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Feature: Happee Body Sweet Grape Foot Spa in a Jar on What's Your Beauty Budget?

by Marge Maghoney

Love wine? High five. 

Aside from the calming buzz that blurs out the stress of the day, grapes do your body good by reducing the risk of depression as well as damage after a stroke, prevent dementia, type 2 diabetes and several types of cancer and improve lung function.

An even bigger bonus is that it's not only good ingested but does fabulous things to your skin, applied topically.

Grape seed extract contains 20 times the antioxidant power of vitamin E and 50 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C. Meaning, it protects the skin from free radicals that cause damage, doing a lot for its health and appearance, including reducing signs of aging. It also protects the skin from sun damage and bonds with collagen to maintain and improve skin's elasticity.

Australian beauty blogger Liz Scoope's current favorite is the Sweet Grape Foot Spa in a Jar which includes a Sweet Grape Foot Soak, a Sweet Grape Foot Scrub (interchangable with a Sweet Grape Foot Butter), a Bentonite Face Mask and a travel size tin of Sweet Grape lip balm.

Just in time for summer when you wouldn't be caught dead in your gladiator sandals or flip-flops with dry feet and cracked heels.