Cacay oil to soften fine lines & wrinkles
Cacay oil is a potent source of natural retinol (vitamin A), to boost collagen and speed up cell regeneration. Abundant in vitamin E, the anti-ageing ingredient improves skin laxity and offers protection from environmental aggressors. Touted as a ‘miracle oil’, cacay oil is comfortable to use from day one, without the skin irritation that is common with synthetic retinols.
Anti-ageing benefits of Eve Bio-Retinol Line Reduction Serum
Eve Bio-Retinol Line Reduction Serum is powered by a double dose of anti-ageing: cacay oil, a natural bio-retinol, and bakuchiol, a natural retinol alternative. They are joined in the serum by anti-ageing oils from prickly pear and Kakadu plum, which unite to offer antioxidant protection. The result is powerful formulation that helps to soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Eve Bio-Retinol Line Reduction Serum has been scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 55%*. In an independent in-vivo user trial, 97% said skin felt smoother after four weeks' use, and 68% saw a visible reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.†
Avocado oil to hydrate & repair
Avocado oil for skin offers a wealth of benefits for your skin, including increased hydration, a reduction in inflammation and a softening of fine lines and wrinkles. It boasts natural anti-ageing oils Omegas 3 and 9, and vitamins A, B1, B2 and D, as well as a plant compound called sterolin, which helps support healthy collagen levels, to improve skin elasticity and plump fine lines.
Anti-aging benefits of Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream
Our ultra-rich anti-ageing moisturiser, Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream, features a potent dose of organic avocado oil to boost collagen, strengthen the skin barrier, and help skin retain moisture for longer, resulting in a plumped, rejuvenated, more youthful-looking complexion.
Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream has been scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 92%*, and clinically shown to reduce wrinkle appearance by 22% and reduce skin dryness by 85%**. It’s an anti-ageing dream cream!
Vinanza® Grape antioxidant to protect & defend
Vinanza® Grape is an antioxidant extract sustainably sourced from Vinanza® Grape seeds, from sauvignon blanc grapes grown on New Zealand’s world-famous Marlborough vineyards.
Scientists discovered that the seeds of grapes grown in these vineyards have double the levels of polyphenolic antioxidants of grapes grown anywhere else in the world. Polyphenolic antioxidants work to protect and rejuvenate the skin, slowing down the appearance of ageing by offsetting free radical damage caused by UV exposure, pollution, toxins, and other external stressors.
Anti-ageing benefits of Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream
Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream features Vinanza® Grape, which works to firm and protect the delicate eye area, for younger-looking skin. The soothing eye cream has been scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to 82%*.
Vitamin C to brighten & fade pigmentation
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, famous for its anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory, and protective properties. Kakadu plum is nature’s highest source of vitamin C. Native to Australia’s tropical north, the fruit has developed a powerful self-defence system to protect itself from extremely high exposure to the sun’s harmful rays: a potent mix of antioxidant molecules to fight off sun-induced free radical attacks. As a result, Kakadu plum boasts 100 times the vitamin C of oranges, the most ever recorded in nature.
Anti-ageing benefits of Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream
Kakadu plum is a key ingredient in our ultra-light day cream, Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream, which helps to reveal a brighter, firmer, more even complexion, with a reduction in fine lines and dark spots.
*Trinity Bioactives (2009, 2023)
†In-vivo trial results from 37 participants after 4 weeks of use.
**Dermatest: clinical study of 10 women, ages 38-58 (2012)