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As we age, our skin produces less collagen, the protein that keeps it plumped and full of bounce. Reduced collagen levels lead to a loss of firmness and elasticity, which results in sagging skin and an increase in fine lines. Our skin also produces less oil as we get older, making it dryer and more prone to wrinkles.

For skin that looks its youthful best, choose a nourishing anti-ageing routine to replenish and protect, featuring collagen-boosting, hydrating natural ingredients to nurture skin that is soft, smooth, and plumped.

Anti-ageing skincare ingredients

Avocado oil

Your anti-ageing best friend. This nourishing plant oil contains sterolin, a natural substance that triggers the production of collagen. It plays a key role in helping to protect skin from wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.

Lime caviar extract

From hand-picked limes, lime caviar is a rich source of natural AHAs, to effectively but gently reveal a fresher, smoother, more radiant skin tone.  

Vinanza® Grape

A revolutionary antioxidant extract for firmer skin. It’s sourced from the seeds of sauvignon blanc grapes grown in the New Zealand region of Marlborough, which contain extremely high levels of polyphenolic antioxidants to help address signs of ageing.

Manuka honey

A natural humectant with antibacterial properties, pure New Zealand manuka honey gives dry or mature skin the hydration it needs, while fostering a healthy, fresh complexion.

Your perfect anti-ageing routine

Help your skin age well with a plant-powered, scientifically validated anti-ageing regime.

Divine Face Oil Rosehip and Avocado Oil

Cleanser: Grapeseed Butter Cleanser

A bounty of nourishing oils and botanical ingredients make this cleansing balm an essential in your anti-ageing skincare routine. Olive and harakeke flax oils condition, cleanse, and moisturise, as hibiscus bloom gently exfoliates.

How to apply: Using warm water, gently massage into skin every morning and evening before rinsing with a soft washcloth.

Grapeseed Butter Cleanser

Mask: Aura Manuka Honey Mask

This creamy mask is an effective anti-wrinkle treatment. Premium manuka honey draws moisture to the skin to intensely nourish, while its antibacterial properties help to freshen the complexion.

How to apply: Apply a thick layer of this anti-ageing mask once or twice a week after cleansing. Leave on for 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.

Aura Manuka Honey Mask

Exfoliator: Reincarnation Facial Polish & Exfoliator

Exfoliation helps clear impurities and encourages cell turnover, to nurture fresh, younger-looking skin. Reincarnation is ultra-gentle, thanks to marigold bloom oil, avocado oil, and carrot seed extract. Exfoliating jojoba beads lift lifeless skin, as they work to improve the appearance of fine lines.  

How to apply: Use two or three times a week after cleansing. Gently massage into skin with warm water, then rinse thoroughly.

Reincarnation Facial Polish & Exfoliator

Toner: Ananda Antioxidant-Rich Gentle Toner

Toners help carry serums and moisturisers to the skin for maximum effect – so it pays to not skimp on your toner. Ananda helps calm skin and balance oil production thanks to artesian spring water and raspberry seed oil.

How to apply: Spritz generously over your cleansed face, neck, and décolletage. You can also use this organic toner throughout the day when skin needs a burst of moisture.

Ananda Antioxidant-Rich Gentle Toner

Serum: Divine Face Oil

For an anti-ageing skincare routine, this nourishing face oil is hard to beat. Divine is rich yet easily absorbed, featuring a trio of anti-ageing oils – avocado oil, rosehip oil, and macadamia oil. Divine replenishes tired skin as it smooths fine lines and wrinkles. It’s scientifically shown to stimulate collagen by up to 51%*.

How to apply: Face oils work best when applied under your anti-wrinkle cream. Dispense a few drops onto clean fingertips and gently rub into your face and neck. Oils can be layered over water-based serums. Just remember the golden rule: lighter products go first.

Divine Face Oil

Eye cream: Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream

Light on skin but rich in hydration: this might just be the best eye cream for wrinkles. The key bioactive ingredient is kiwi seed oil, with Vitamin C to help rescue damaged tissue. Scientifically shown to stimulate collagen by up to 82%*, it’s a cooling, soothing answer for anyone hoping to improve the appearance of under-eye wrinkles.

How to apply: Gently pat around the delicate under-eye area and orbital bone, taking care not to rub or drag the skin.

Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream

Moisturiser (day): Lime Caviar Collagen-Rich Firming Cream

With organic and vegan certification, Lime Caviar is the ideal anti-ageing moisturiser for mature or dry skin, with the perfect pairing of lime caviar extract – a rich source of natural AHAs – and avocado oil to smooth and firm the complexion. The day cream plumps the skin to diminish fine lines and wrinkles – it’s scientifically shown to stimulate collagen by up to 65%**, to improve signs of ageing.

How to apply: Generously rub into skin to lock in the benefits of your serum and halt moisture loss.

Moisturiser (night): Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream 

This high-performing moisturiser is clinically shown to reduce wrinkle depth** and scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production by up to 92%*. Fine lines meet their match thanks to collagen-boosting avocado oil and Vinanza® Grape. It’s the pinnacle of your anti-ageing skincare routine.

How to apply: Generously massage into cleansed skin at night after your serum or oil.


Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream

*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, Concentrations Between 0.02 and 0.20 mg/ml (2009)

**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, Concentrations at 2 mg/ml (2022)

**Dermatest: clinical study of 10 women, ages 38-58 (2012)

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