ANTIPODES MANUKA HONEY SKIN-BRIGHTENING LIGHT DAY CREAM - 60ML
Is your skin feeling dry? Are you starting to see fine lines and wrinkles on your face? Is your skin hiding dark spots? You don’t have to look any further! What you need is Antipodes’ Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream.
The main component of this miracle cream is manuka honey, a world-famous honey produced by bees pollinating the manuka bush in New Zealand. Although manuka honey is touted as a medicinal-grade honey, it can also keep your skin clear, youthful-looking, and hydrated! Manuka honey has natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and it even contains amino acids.
Because of this, manuka honey can heal skin blemishes, while balancing the skin’s pH. It keeps the pores clear by removing dead skin cells. It even draws moisture into the skin, which enhances the skin’s elasticity and keeps the skin firm.
But Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream has more than manuka honey! It also contains bee venom, grape seed and kiwi seed, mamaku black fern, and peony flower. All of these combine for a cream that is suited to all skin types, especially oily skin. This cream has a light texture, and is easily absorbed. Just apply Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream, and your skin will feel silky smooth!
Other active ingredients in Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Day Cream:
Bee venom is another famous cosmetic ingredient. Bee venom works by tricking the brain into thinking you’ve been stung, which forces the skin into producing more collagen and increasing blood circulation. Aside from this, bee venom can reduce the signs of aging and strengthen the tissues of the body.
Grape seeds and kiwi seeds are fruit seeds that are both rich in vitamins and minerals. Grape seeds are antioxidants, which protect the skin from oxidative stress caused by everyday exposure to things like cigarette smoke and grilled meats. On the other hand, kiwi seeds are high in omega-3 fatty acids that produce the skin’s natural oil barrier.
Mamaku black fern, a large back tree fern, produces the mamaku extract which is prized for its ability to rejuvenate skin cells. This mamaku extract generates cell growth, and it also promotes the healing of skin blemishes by soothing and cooling the skin.
Last but certainly not the least is the peony flower, which is known as the Queen of Flowers. It tones and firms the epidermis, and it reduces the appearance of facial wrinkles.