Anti-Ageing Face Cream SPF 15 75g
- Full of essential fatty acids to improve moisture levels and reduce fine lines
- ECGC (Green Tea Extract) is a natural, powerful antioxidant compound
- Raspberry Seed Extract is a natural antioxidant with SPF properties
- Vitamin B3 is shown to help reduce hyperpigmentation and sun damage
- We use 19% clear Zinc Oxide instead of UV filters for long-lasting sun protection
- Naturally preserved with Hops Extract – free of Parabens and Phenoxyethanol
Is it possible to help your skin remain young looking? We think the best methods don’t involve creams that temporally plump out lines or temporarily tighten the skin. In fact, long term use of these types of creams may be detrimental to the skin. We think the best way to keep your skin looking its best is to moisturise daily using creams that are high in antioxidants, maintain a healthy lifestyle without smoking, and to minimize sun exposure.
Our Anti-Ageing Cream takes a 2 step approach to anti-ageing:
Firstly, the oils we use to make the base for this cream mimic the oil naturally produced in younger skin. This means that it’s easily absorbed into the skin, getting the goods right where you want them. Moist and hydrated skin resists forming lines. The star of this show is Olive Squalane, because it tops up the natural Squalane that your skin slowly stops making around your mid-20s.
We only use antioxidants that we’ve researched and know can penetrate the skin, and remain stable, allowing them to do their good work. The star antioxidants we choose to use are ECGC (Green Tea Leaf Extract) and Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Seed Extract. We can’t say much more than that but encourage you to Google these two ingredients if you’re interested in finding out more about what these wonders are about.
We added 19% clear Zinc Oxide to this natural antioxidant cream to provide you with natural sun protection. Using Zinc means the cream is a bit thicker than you may be used to, however, we find it spreads really easily too and sit well under makeup. Zinc acts as a natural barrier to UV rays rather than absorbing them like UV filters do. We urge you to do a little bit of a Google to learn more about UV filter chemicals so you can make a more informed choice about the sunscreen you choose to you, and why.