We aspire to create a range of scientifically validated skincare and makeup that’s healthiest for people and the Earth.
Our environmental sustainability policy is our Green Beauty Ethos, featuring environmentally friendly pledges like onshore production in New Zealand, recyclable packaging, and independent verification of our organic products.
Because we are devoutly focused on quality, we believe that the most nutrient-rich skincare ingredients come from the purest pollution-free sources:
- Our pure plant oil producers tend to their orchards and fields with natural compounds to yield nutrient-rich avocado's in subtropical Northland, superfruit kiwi in the lush Hawkes Bay, and meadowfoam flowers in the fertile Canterbury Plains.
- Lovingly-kept bees gift us their world-famous manuka honey from sustainable hives in New Zealand’s remotest locations.
- One of the world’s most sustainable wine producers gives us the raw material needed for our innovative Vinanza antioxidants, extracted using innovative clean water methods to lower the chemical load on Earth.
- Kawakawa, totara and pohutukawa extracts from New Zealand forests are always wild-harvested sustainably.
Economic sustainability is one of the three components of the ‘triple bottom line’ of company sustainability. Here’s what that means to us.
Discover how our partnership is a world-first for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
We’re proud to meet Air New Zealand’s strict criteria for an environmentally friendly supplier
Antipodes is committed to sourcing premium, sustainable ingredients for our natural skincare range
We are the only beauty brand in the world to be selected by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as an official partner
Introducing our company environmental sustainability policy: Antipodes Green Beauty Ethos
Antipodes skincare and makeup is approved by the Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom
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Natural and organic skin care brand Antipodes, made its first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival last month.