I wrote about my Antipodes spree a few weeks ago in this post. I’m completely hooked and won’t bang on about them as a brand too much but basically they’re blooming good!
My second order from them involved another 2 raved about products and another freebie which I sent to the lovely Sasha from Ramblings from a Beauty Bird as she missed the deal.
I ordered the much raved about Aura Manuka Honey Mask and I’m a huge fan of Facial Exfoliators so snapped up Reincarnation too.
Reincarnation Pure Facial Exfoliator is an EXTREMELY gentle face scrub, the particles are so tiny that really its like rubbing a cleanser with the tinest amount of powder in. It’s probably the most non-abrasive exfoliator I’ve ever used.
It contains avocado oil and jojoba oil to remove lifeless skin, Calendula oil to repair and carrot seed the revitalise the skins surface. Not only that but it also contains a range of essential oils to soothe the skin’s surface, what a combo!
I’ve used this a few times over the last few weeks and can honestly say it is one of my favourites. I am a firm fan of Origin’s Modern Friction and whilst the effects from both are the same, the Reincarnation exfoliator is definitely less abrasive so it all depends on what you yourself are looking for in what is essentially a facial scrub.
This retails at £20.99 and whilst this may be expensive for some the ingredients are of top quality and a little goes a very long way.
Not to mention that i love the packaging of these products, the tubes make it easy to dispense as little or as much as you want and ensures there is nothing left at the end as you can squeeze every little drop out of it!
The Aura Manuka Honey Mask has been raved about all over the bloggersphere and I knew I had to pick it up months ago but unfortunately buying a car had delayed my ability to purchase anything!
Now i know why it was raved about and how much i will always need to repurchase this!
Applied to clean and dry skin the mask not only utilises Manuka Honey (an ingredient from NZ that is famed around the world and which we always keep in our kitchen cupboards) to increase moisture it also has fragrances of vanilla pod and mandarin to balance your ‘Aura’.
After my first use I was hooked. I was astonished how a hydrating mask could not only alleviate my dehydrated and drab looking skin but also reduce the size if not completely eliminate some pesky spots i had and reduce the redness. Unbelievable!
This mask retails at £21.99 and comes in the very same tubes, easy to squeeze out every last drop and I can assure I will be there squeezing until my next one arrives. I cannot ever be without it and I apologise to humanity for not buying it sooner, maybe you wouldn’t have to put up with my ‘pizza face’ for so long eh?
Have you tried Antipodes before? Which product is your favourite? Are you a manuka honey fan?
My wishlist for Antipodes is growing at an alarming rate, but I’d love to get my hands on the Joyous Night Replenish Serum, the Kiwi Seed Eye Cream and their Immortal Moisturiser.
No doubt when I’m closer to being debt free I’ll be snapping up everything I can get my mitts on!