Suited to all skin conditions, especially water deprived
SCIENTIFICALLY SHOWN TO STIMULATE SYNTHESIS OF COLLAGEN PRODUCTION IN HUMAN SKIN CELLS BY UP TO 72%*
A water-charged and oil-free bioactive serum that immediately quenches thirsty skin and helps intensively improve skin appearance over time. Revolutionary Vinanza Grape antioxidant keeps skin super-hydrated and protected from the damage caused by environmental aggressors and pollutants. Mamaku black fern helps foster healthy cell renewal.
Daily Ritual: Apply to face, neck and decolletage with the lid dropper. Use daily for immediate hydration and the best long-term results.
Elements of Beauty: Waiwera mineral water * Vinanza Grape * Mamaku black fern
Pure Plant Fragrances: Rose & cardamon
* Scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 72%.
Antipodes Joyous Protein-Rich Night Replenish Serum 30 ml
Joyous Protein-Rich Night Replenish Serum
“Sleep deeply in Nature’s Nurture: help restore elastin, deliver natural radiance, purify and protect”
30 ml / 1.0fl oz
Suited to normal and ultra-dry & mature skin.
Scientifically shown to stimulate elastin production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 60 %*
A silky oil-based night serum showcasing a trio of Himalayan goji berry, red raspberry seed and blackcurrant oil – all rich natural sources of essential fats (gamma-linolenic acid or GLA) which restore life and re-hydrate the skin. South Pacific hibiscus flower freshens your complexion by sloughing off excess skin cells whilst you rest.
DAILY RITUAL: Apply liberally to your face, neck and décolletage at night before Antipodes® Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream
Elements of Beauty: Himalayan goji berry * Raspberry seed oil * Hibiscus flower
Pure Plant Fragrance: Wild blackcurrant
*Independent Blind Study In-Vitro Scientific Investigation into the Effects of Antipodes® Products on the Healing of Wounds, and the Production of Type III Collagen and Elastin in Human Skin Fibroblast Cells in Culture, Concentration of 0.1 mg/ml (2010)