One of those skincare brands that has been bubbling along the surface quite merrily is the New Zealand extravaganza Antipodes. Bursting full of natural and organic skincare ingredients they know how to look after one of our most important organs and do so in a energy-efficent and sustainable way, high fives all round I’d say. Recently I’ve been dosing up my skincare routine with a number of products from the brand to help keep everything moisturised, radiant and happy throughout these warmer months. No matter what my skincare concern, I find that Antipodes help to right any wrongs and do so without causing any irritation or redness.
Hosanna Intensive Hydrating Serum* – if you are looking for a product to really inject the moisture back into your skin and keep hydration levels tip top throughout the day, look no further then this delightful serum. Personally this blows the Caudalie and Hydraluron counterparts out of the water as this doesn’t feel sticky on the skin and also smells scrumptious. It is lightweight, sinks in instantly and give a subtle plumping effect to the skin.
Rejoice Light Facial Day Cream* – for a no fuss morning moisturiser this ticks all the boxes. Containing manuka flower, sweet almond oil and pure organic avocado oil you know your skin is in good hands when you pop this on in the morning. It is super lightweight, non oily and enhances your skins hydration levels without leaving you greasy throughout the day. All that and it smells of vanilla!
Moisture Boost Mini Kit* – if you are new to the brand and just want to give a couple of products a whirl, this kit of minis for £12.99 will be perfect. Containing the Divine Face Oil and Vanilla Pod Hydrating Day Cream these two quickly became my travel essentials when I was away. The nutrient rich oil was slathered on throughout the flight and every evening and it’s super luxe properties helped even out my skin tone whilst defending it from environmental damage. The day cream helps to ward of blemishes thanks to it antioxidant properties and prevents dry patches from appearing throughout the day.
Have you tried anything from Antipodes before? What are your favourite products?