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Tweetie De Leon Says Red Wine Is Good For Your Legs

Say what? Check out how this model maintains her enviable gams.
Tweetie De Leon Says Red Wine Is Good For Your Legs Say what? Check out how this model maintains her enviable gams.

Yup, you better believe it. That glass of red you take to unwind after a long day of work is actually good for your legs. We caught up with Tweetie de Leon at the launch of Antistax and asked her to spill the secret to her ageless stems.

Stay active. The trick to healthy legs is healthy circulation, and moving helps keep the blood pumping. Tweetie says, “I try to do things everyday. I run, go to the gym, play squash, yoga, hike, anything that involves movement.”  With good circulation, you can say bye-bye to varicose veins, swelling, and cramping, too.

Heels in moderation. As with all things, continuous strain can cause some serious damage. “I’m not in heels unless I have an event to attend, otherwise I spend my days in flats,” she shares. But for the stiletto lovers out there, the Antistax Cooling Leg Gel provides instant cooling relief for tired legs and a surge of menthol to help stimulate circulation.   

Red wine. “Wine is my preferred poison, which, incidentally, is good for the legs, too. Certain ingredients found in red wine are good for blood circulation, and since your legs undergo a lot of strain throughout the day, it’s good to give them that boost.” The Red Vine Leaf extract found in grapes was found to improve blood flow and this star ingredient is found in Antistax Tablets. Made to help stave off chronic arthritis and symptoms of a sedentary lifestyle, after six weeks legs are revived, refreshed, and varicose vein-free!  

How about that? And for those not too keen on grabbing a glass of alcohol every day, Antistax Tablets (P25/tablet) and Cooling Leg Gel (P495) are available at drug stores.