The Skin Mixologist

Posted on: December 13th, 2016 by Carrie Young No Comments


April Gargiulo, who founded Vintner’s Daughter and whose family owns a Napa Valley winery, believes the quality of her serum- as with their wine- has to be controlled from start to finish. Her skin serum has surged in popularity thanks to its blend of top-quality natural botanicals and its inflammation-reducing, glow-inducing results. It has sold out several times prompting devotees to stockpile the one-ounce bottles. Drawing from her experience in fine winemaking, April- alongside natural skincare veterans- set out to create a “hero” formulation that would address all of her skincare needs- everything from fine lines and wrinkles to acne to elasticity and general radiance. Much like the fine winemaking process, Vintner’s Daughter begins by sourcing the world’s finest raw ingredients and honors these ingredients through an exacting and time-honored formulation process. The result is Active Botanical Serum, a powerful, multi-correctional serum for face that has earned a cult status the world over.



And it’s not surprising that this oil has a cult following: It’s an infusion of 22 of the world’s most active organic botanicals mixed with powerful essential oils. Anti-inflammatory phytonutrients, skin-firming phytoceramides, plus nourishing fatty acids and anti-oxidants stimulate cellular turnover, enhance elasticity, strengthen capillaries, inhibit melanin production, prevent wrinkles, and protect against free radicals. The revolutionary formula penetrates deeply, restoring moisture, clarity, smoothness, and glow to your skin. Makeup artists like Jamie Greenberg and Andréa Tiller use it on their celebrity clients, including Amy Schumer and Tracee Ellis Ross—“It creates a perfect matte glow,” says Gargiulo. And this fall, it has also found its way into facials: Skin-care specialists Joanna Czech and Dangene incorporate the serum into treatments, and London’s Pfeffer Sal skin clinic mixes it with hya­luronic acid and vitamin C for microneedling.

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