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When most of us think of champagne and caviar, images of royalty, excess, the rich or just opulence appears but does hair come to mind? Probably not and for good reason. Both caviar and champagne are mainly for consumption but as we delve into the benefits of different types of foods, we will learn they have amazing results for our bodies. There is nothing better than delicious food that is good for you, especially when they are delicacies or alcohol.
What is Champagne?
Champagne is sparkling or carbonated wine that is produced in the champagne region of France. It is produced from highly specific varieties of grapes like chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier. The extraction methods that minimize contact between the juice and the skin of the grapes are what make it turn into a white wine. Champagne gets its unique bubbles from the wine undergoing a secondary fermentation process within the bottle and the gasses produced during this second fermentation and create the sparkling or carbonated effect.
What makes Champagne good for your hair?
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