Antipodes Certified Organic Rejoice Light Facial Day Cream with manuka flower, sweet almond and pure organic avocado oil.
Antipodes won Best Natural Range in the Natural Health Awards 2012.
A light and non-oily facial day cream to enhance your skin's natural hydration. All organic ingredients of manuka and avocado oil combine with macadamia and jojoba to balance and moisturise. Manuka flower oil has antibacterial, healing and protective properties to benefit the skin and the extraordinary collagen boosting powers of avocado oil soften and regenerate. Antipodes Certified Organic Rejoice Light Facial Day Cream boasts joyful fragrances of sweet almond and vanilla pod.
Elements of Beauty: Organic manuka flower oil assists healing. Avocado oil boosts collagen production. Sweet almond oil and vanilla fragrances create joy.
Directions: Delicately apply Antipodes Certified Organic Rejoice Light Facial Day Cream to your face, neck and cleavage at sunrise or whenever your skin needs hydration during the hours of sunlight.
Ingredients: Aqua (purified water), Laveder augustifolia distillate (lavender flower water)*, Xanthan gum, Butyrosperum parkii (shea butter), Rosa canina (rosehip oil)*, Persea gratissima (avocado oil)*, Macadamia ternifolia (macadamia seed oil)*, Cetearyl alcohol, Wheat straw glycosides, Tocopherol (vitamin e), Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba seed oil)*, Citrus grandis (grapefruit seed extract), Naticide (fragrance), Leptospermum scoparium (manuka oil).
*Certified organic ingredient.
Certification: Certified organic by BioGro:
100% of ingredients from natural origin
71% of ingredients from organic cultivation.
Certified vegan by the UK Vegetarian Society, a globally respected organisation for the assessment of vegetarian and vegan status.
Science: Scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 59%
Trinity Bioactives: Independent Blind Study In-Vitro Scientific Investigation into the Effects of Antipodes Products on the Production of Type I Collagen in Human Skin Fibroblast Cells in Culture, Concentration of 0.1mg/ml (2009)