This is my daily base under the Divine face oil. I find using both together ensures my skin is absorbing all the goodness and keeps hydrated during the day.
This essentially looks like a watery nothing serum, but DO NOT BE FOOLED. My skin is dry and without primers etc with silicones it gets sad by lunchtime. This is a crucial step in my day, makes me looks like I've drunk 3 litres of water. It's no joke how effective this is in keeping my skin barrier happy. Use retinols? This is the one for you. I go Juliet, Ananda, Hosanna, and either the Mānuka, Baptise or Avocado pear plus sunscreen.
Ok let me admit I’ve never had Botox. But I still think this is better so let me explain why. 1) It blurs and plumps wrinkles without the use of poison. 2) It’s organic 3) It’s vegan 4) It contains wine seeds 5) (and I can’t stress this enough) Its not poison. I know. No brainier. I’ve been using this for about 6 years on a daily basis and I am obsessed. On the rare occasion I run out and don’t have a new bottle awaiting opening - I notice within a couple of days that My fine lines are more defined. It’s quite horrifying. I make it a priority to get a new bottle. I use this as a targeted serum on my wrinkles and use quite a bit. Thank you Antipodes for this product and please never stop making it.
This is one of those products that if I ever stop using it, I notice the difference and wonder why I stopped! I've got dry/combination skin and this is like giving my skin a big glass of water. My skin looks plump and hydrated. I use this after washing my face and before moisturizing, it absorbs super quick, my skin just drinks it up. I really do feel like my lines are less noticeable when I'm using this regularly. Highly recommend!
This serum just soaked into my skin so easy. it felt and smelt lovely giving my a much needed hydrating effect on my skin. You don't need much to see the wonderful changes on your skin either. I used after the Grapeseed Butter cleanser and then with some Manuka day cream on the top. A perfect winter skin recipe!