Dramatically reduce dryness and address skin troubles with this all-purpose skin remedy for the whole family. Nature’s richest oils blend with the power-packed anti-blemish properties of Australian tea tree and New Zealand totara, while antioxidant-rich Vinanza Grape from grape seeds optimises your skin’s appearance.
Helps to: * tend to grazes * rescue dry, cracked skin * save chapped lips * care for skin troubles * protect after shaving * care for baby naturally * erase blemishes * relieve sore muscles * hydrate skin in-flight * ease sunburn * treat feet
Elements of Beauty: Tea tree * Vinanza Grape * Totara
e30ml / 1.0fl oz
Directions: Soften in your fingers and apply to clean, dry skin on the trouble areas of your face, lips or body at the first sign they need care. Reapply regularly. Perfect for the whole family. Suited to most skin conditions.
Ingredients: Ricinus communis (castor seed) oil, limnanthes alba (meadowfoam) oil, helianthus annuus (sunflower seed) oil, cera alba (beeswax), daucus carota sativa (carrot seed) oil, calendula officinalis (calendula flower) oil, theobroma cacao (cocoa seed) butter, hypericum perforatum (st john’s wort) extract, butropsermum parkii (shea) butter, pisium sativum (pea) extract, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil, vitis vinifera (vinanza grape® grapeseed) extract, panthenol, santalum album (sandalwood) oil, anthemis nobilis (chamomile flower) extract, echinacea purpurea (echinacea) extract, totarol™ (totara) extract, hesperidin.
Certification: Certified vegetarian by the UK Vegetarian Society, a globally respected organisation for the assessment of vegetarian status.
Recyclable tin. 100% biodegradable cardboard from sustainable forests.
Science: Scientifically shown* to stimulate Type III Collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 95%
* Trinity Bioactives: Independent Blind Study In-Vitro Scientific Investigation into the Effects of Antipodes® Products on the Production of Type III Collagen and Elastin in Human Skin Fibroblast Cells in Culture, Concentration of 0.1 mg/ml (2010)