Looking For An Easy Skin Care Routine? Try These Micro-Regimes

Short on time? Like, really short on time? We hear you. A micro-regime is the perfect basic skincare routine for the busy, the bold, and the budget-conscious. It’s also a great way to try products from your favourite brand before committing to a full regime. We’ve put together a few of our favourites with all the things we love: certified organic, vegan, and vegetarian formulations with lush natural ingredients and proven scientific results. Four ways to create one easy skin care routine.

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Your easy skin care routine for dehydrated skin

Step 1: Hosanna H2O Ultra-Hydrating Serum

Tried everything, but still searching how to treat dehydrated skin? Try this easy skin care routine with a certified organic and vegan hydrating serum. The regenerative mamaku black fern, artesian spring water, and Vinanza® Grape – a revolutionary antioxidant extract – work together to help plump, firm, and freshen.

Step 2: Baptise H2O Ultra-Hydrating Water Gel

In a basic skincare routine as well as a more complex regime, hydrating serums should be followed with a moisturiser that’s slightly richer in consistency. It locks in all that good hydration and keeps skin looking (and feeling) fresh – an answer for how to get rid of fine lines fast. This certified vegetarian formulation features New Zealand manuka honey and plant hyaluronic acid, known for their ability to draw moisture into the skin. Thirst officially quenched.

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Your basic skincare routine for blemished skin

Step 1: Grace Gentle Cream Cleanser & Makeup Remover

Cleansing is super important when you have blemished skin. But it can be difficult to find an easy skin care routine with a cleanser that doesn’t strip skin of its natural oils. This organic cleanser is all about nourishment. Avocado oil and marigold bloom replenish skin with good oils, joining Vinanza® Oxifend: an anti-inflammatory extract from New Zealand pinot noir grapes.

Step 2: Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream
Now that your skin is cleansed, it’s ready for a generous application of your manuka honey moisturiser. New Zealand manuka honey is renowned for its antibacterial and humectant properties, which help to encourage a youthful, fresh, and blemish-free complexion. It’s perfect if you’re wondering how to remove blemishes fast. With plant hyaluronic acid, this moisturiser provides a hydrating boost for blemished skin that soothes at the same time. Clear skin for the win.

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An easy skin care routine with anti aging skincare

Step 1: Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream

Meet the little pot that could. Scientifically shown to stimulate Type I collagen by up to 82%*, this eye cream gets its name from New Zealand kiwi seed oil: rich in Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect and rescue damaged skin. While there’s no cheap or easy method for how to get rid of fine lines fast, this certified vegan eye cream can help.

Step 2: Avocado Pear Nourishing Night Cream

In the evenings, nourish your skin with this supercharged dream cream. It’s scientifically shown to stimulate collagen by up to 92%*, helping to defend skin from the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots. Avocado oil contains sterolin, a natural steroid that triggers the production of collagen. It’s also intensively hydrating – pure love for tired and aging skin, and for those wondering how to treat dehydrated skin.

Tip: This moisturiser is ultra-rich, so it’s best used before bed as the last step in either a basic skincare routine or a complete regime. Apply generously to drench your complexion in skin-loving nutrients. You’re not going anywhere for at least 8 hours, after all.

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Your basic skincare routine for pigmentation in skin

Step 1: Juliet Skin-Brightening Gel Cleanser

The causes of pigmentation can be complex, but your regime doesn’t have to be. Since cleansing is part of your basic skincare routine, why not add some skin-brightening extracts? This certified vegetarian face wash contains Vinanza® Grape & Kiwi, which is shown to foster brighter, more even skin tone†. It’s sourced from Marlborough sauvignon blanc grapes and Vitamin C-rich kiwifruit, which are both packed with antioxidants. Meanwhile, antibacterial manuka honey may be the key to how to remove blemishes fast.

Step 2: Apostle Skin-Brightening Serum

Once your skin is cleansed, it’s ready for a powerful skin-brightening serum. Apostle is rich in Vinanza® Grape & Kiwi, as well as mamaku black fern – renowned for its ability to help with healthy cell growth. The formula is water-based, so it carries the ingredients directly to the skin for maximum impact. There’s no magic answer for how to get rid of hyperpigmentation fast, but an organic skin-brightening serum is worth the investment. Fresh-faced beauty, on the quick.

Four micro-regimes. Four ways to target and treat common skin concerns. From how to treat dehydrated skin to how to remove blemishes fast, this is your ultimate starter guide. A basic skincare routine is a great way to dip your toes (or should we say, skin!) into Antipodes’ world of premium natural beauty.

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*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 00.02 & 0.20mg/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 Between 0.02 and 0.200 mg/ml, 48 hours (2009) 

†Independent study by New Zealand Extracts. Clinically shown to improve skin cell membrane integrity by decreasing trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL) by 16%, improve skin elasticity by 16%, decrease skin redness by 7% (erythema), lighten skin by 3.5% (melanin). 




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