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Bathing in Wine Terri Hatcher Style

Desperate Housewives actress -Terri Hatcher, has a unique way of using the wine she doesnt drink - she bathes with it.

The actress is following the advice of her Pharmacist friend, who suggested this unique idea of mixing the unused and sour wine in a bathwater. It is well is a known fact that once opened, a bottle of wine doesnt taste good after four to five days.

"When you're alone you open a bottle of wine and then it's not really good after four or five days," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.

"This make-up chemist that I know was talking about all the good properties in wine - antioxidants and stuff, exfoliating qualities - and she said, `Never throw it out, dump it in your bath," she added.

The 'Desperate Housewives' star - who has long complained she is unhappy being single - is dating director Stephen Kay.

The slender brunette actress is known for her natural ways of living. She has also detested any plastic surgery to enhance her beauty. She says, "For as long as I can get away with it, I'd rather just be natural. The idea of putting stuff in your body is weird to me."


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