Anti-Ageing GIN Claims To Get Rid Of Wrinkles As You Drink

Skin ‘n tonic, anyone?

Anti-AGin (see what they did there?), is distilled with “ingestible collagen and ‘age-defying’ botanicals”.

Anti-ageing expert from the TV show 10 Years Younger, Nicky-Hambleton Jones, helped specialty food and drink manufacturers Bompas & Parr with their creation. “The first of its kind, Anti-AGin is a marvellous gin that actually rejuvenates the skin while you drink!” he said.


“It’s the next best thing for people who want stay young, but don’t want to give up alcohol.”

“[It’s] the alcoholic equivalent of a facial.”



Not only will the 40%-alcohol drink get rid of those wrinkles, manufacturers claim, but it will also heal sun-damage, help prevent scarring and smooth cellulite.

This is thanks to the “rejuvenating” properties of the liquor, which also contains  chamomile, tea tree, nettle, witch-hazel and gotu kola.

But before you rush out to the bottle store up the road — this spirit is only available online here, and it will cost you a pretty penny. It retails for £34.99 (R730) for a 700 ml bottle.


Sources: Mashable, Metro, The Telegraph


Written by PH

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