Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Giveaway: three sets of Antipodes Anti-Ageing Minis



“Nature’s nurture by night, beautiful skin by day”
I fell in love with the Antipodes skincare brand from the moment I met founder and creator Elizabeth Barbalich back in 2006, when the Wellington-based brand was still in its infancy. With a background in pure science, she's a firm believer in the importance of scientifically validating her organic beauty products so that they don’t just feel delicious and are kind on your system and the planet - they actually work. Like, really work!
But on to the latest big news for the brand, which sees the release of several of their best products as minis - travel and tester friendly and good to go. The most recent pair to debut is the Anti-Ageing Mini duo, which aims to help more women discover the brand’s outstanding skin enhancing benefits.
Containing an estimated two weeks’ supply, the Anti-Ageing Minis are the perfect antecedent to their full size versions and the ideal travel companions. Antipodes devotees can slip these convenient mini sizes into their luggage and even their carry on, whilst those keen to sample their efficacy can do so without taking any major skincare purchase chances.
The first in the duo is the Joyous Protein-Rich Night Replenish Serum (10ml), which is a vegetarian-approved powerhouse of anti-ageing goodies in a wee glass bottle. It’s an intensive oil-based night serum that showcases 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 hydrate the skin.
Completing the set is a 15ml tube of the New Zealand skincare brand’s award-winning Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream, which has long been a favourite of mine. Hero ingredients include Vinanza Grape - a potent antioxidant extract from New Zealand’s Marlborough sauvignon blanc grape seeds - and world famous manuka honey Active 20+. It has been scientifically shown to stimulate optimal synthesis of type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to an impressive 92 per cent - pretty impressive stuff.
Anyway! I have three sets of the above to give away to three lucky people, just email helene@mshelene.com with your name and postal address by this Friday, June 13 at 5pm and you’re in the draw.

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