It smells devine,the brush is nice to use,my skin felt great after using once, so looking forward to results after a month of use :)
Mamuka - Black Fern
Mamuka is a native Black Tree Fern that has been used by the Māori people for centuries to improve the look and feel of skin. It contains unique nutrients that are especially effective at bringing natural hydration and locking in moisture for radiant, softer skin. Recognised worldwide as having a supreme level of performance in anti-ageing products. The Mamaku fern’s stems are packed with gel that work together to mechanically lift and tighten the skin quickly, reducing fine lines and wrinkles. The gel not only helps skin cells rejuvenate by encouraging the production of collagen and elastin cells, it also offers rich moisture that soothes and softens parched skin. The potent nutrients in Mamaku extract are powerful antioxidants that support the skin from signs of aging including dark spots from sun exposure, as well as fine lines and wrinkles, so skin appears more radiant, plump and pliable.
Kawakawa is an important herb in Māori medicine. It has anti-microbial, anti- inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. It works to strengthen the skin, while restoring hydration and providing intense nourishment. It's perfect for skin which is either overly dry or oily, as it calms and restores balance upon application. It also assists in alleviating itchiness and redness.
Aloe vera is gel from the leaves of aloe plants. People have used it for thousands of years for healing and softening the skin. It helps stimulate the production of collagen in the skin, which reduces the appearance of scarring. And it contains 98% water which helps moisturise, soothe and hydrate the skin. Regular use will help improve elasticity and moisture retention of skin.
Known as “the plant of immortality” by the Egyptians. It’s biochemistry contain anti-fungal, anti-viral, and cell regenerative properties. It, contains 75 potentially active constituents for skincare.
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