VinoSpa was born from the grapes grown at 40 Knots Winery, an award-winning vineyard in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Our grapes are grown ethically and traditionally based on biodynamic methods, in soil tilled from ancient glaciers and imbued with fresh ocean air.
This vitally natural environment combined with the unique nutrient-rich properties of our grapes led to the creation of a skincare line based on the pure, effective, and beneficial ingredients found in nature’s bounty.
We believe that skincare products should be natural, soothing and effective regardless of age, skin type and gender. And just as we grow and harvest our grapes, we are committed to an ethical and sustainable business that can vouch for every single ingredient and supplier we work with and extend that transparency to all those who trust their skin to our products. VinoSpa nourishes the skin as much as the earth it comes from and the community we support.
VinoSpa is entirely Canadian owned, developed and produced in Canada.
Pure, Honest Ingredients Always
Like you, we wouldn’t put anything on our skin that we wouldn’t put in our bodies. That’s why only produce 100% natural products to not only beautify your skin but nourish it as it does.
The grapes we use as the base for VinoSpa products are grown by us on our vineyard next to the Pacific Ocean on Vancouver Island, on vines planted in virgin land, untouched by previous industries and free of chemical sprays. Grapes are chock full of age-defying antioxidants, and two in particular are the foundation of our products.
Resveratrol is found in grape skins, and helps to prevent your skin’s surface, fending off negative environmental influences while calming away redness and stimulating healthy cell growth.
Procyanidal is extracted from grape seeds and helps in the reduction of wrinkles while increasing your skin’s moisturization and elasticity.
If you ever have any questions about what goes into VinoSpa products, we are more than happy to talk with you about that, just drop us a line. (Fair warning: we may go on at length!)