British drink makers have created gin that allegedly erases signs of aging.
According to Huffington Post, “Anti-aGin” is filled with collagen, a natural protein that holds our skin together but diminishes as we age, resulting in wrinkles and loose skin.
The spirit hailed by its makers as “the alcoholic equivalent of a facial” also reportedly has a mixture of age-defying botanicals and antioxidants. These ingredients include green tea, witch hazel, nettle and gotu kola, the last of which can apparently heal sun damage and even eliminate cellulite.
Bompas & Parr, which is known for designing artistic, edible jellies, was commissioned by Warner Leisure Hotels to make Anti-aGin.
You can find the gin, which is 40 percent alcohol, at all 13 Warner Leisure Hotels in the UK or online at drinksupermarket.com for the equivalent of $50.
Anti-aGin may be the first gin with collagen, but several restaurants in Japan have long served food loaded with the protein, Mashable reports. Japanese supermarkets are also reportedly selling an increasing amount of foods with collagen, such as noodles and sweets.