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Skin Care Products New Zealand

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    Wild Ferns New Zealand Bee Venom Serum with Active Manuka Honey 50ml /1.69 fl oz
    Beauty (Parrs Skincare New Zealand)


    Parrs Skincare New Zealand


    List Price: $17.00
    Price: $14.20
    You Save: $2.80 (16%)

    • With highly effective and humanely harvested VENZTM (Venom New Zealand)
    • Made in New Zealand using pure unadulterated Active Manuka Honey of the highest quality
    • Designed to combine the benefits of bee venom and manuka honey
    • Also contains Royal Jelly
    • Do not use if allergic to bee stings - Always patch-test first

    Manuka Health - MGO 400+ Manuka Honey, 100% Pure New Zealand Honey, 8.8 oz (250 g) (FFP)
    Health and Beauty (Manuka Health)


    Manuka Health


    List Price: $25.50
    Price: $44.61


    • BEFORE REACHING YOUR DOORSTEP: Our honey undergoes independent quality testing in an ISO17025 accredited laboratory to ensure quality, purity, and safety
    • MEASURING THE MAGIC: We judge Manuka honey based on the quantity of methylglyoxal, the "magic Manuka ingredient", for a precise measurement of potency and quality
    • MANUKA WAY OF LIFE: Our mission is to share the healing power of New Zealand nature to reconnect you with natural wellness
    • NEW ZEALAND BORN: Our master beekeepers and bees are key to preserving the quality and natural properties of our Manuka honey
    • NATURE MEETS SCIENCE: Expertly crafted MGO 400+ Manuka Honey offers natural support for wellness with a taste of goodness

Noteworthy newcomers in skincare (+photos)

By Janetta Mackay New Zealanders are spoiled for pick in skincare. As well as plenty of imported products there is a strong skincare sector here and it seems new ranges are launched every other week. Many of these are predestined to fall by the wayside,

Ayurda Going Beyond Organic With Skin Care for 2012

PACIFIC PALISADES, CA, Jan 04, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Ayurda USA is intoxicated to announce the arrival of the "Ayurda" brand of Ayurvedic skin care products to North America. From the start available only in Australia and New Zealand where the

A helping hand in the beauty stakes

(Marque counters and selected salons) Jojoba is included in many skincare items because it aids absorbency, but in the Jojoba Pty's products it is the hero ingredient, combined here in a pump-top bottle with cocoa and mango butter and citrus recognize.

Bee Venom Mask retailer adds to Range

Bee Venom Mask retailer adds to Range Following the sensation of the Abeeco Bee Venom Mask, BeeVenomMask.com have added a collection of supporting skin care products to trade in harmony with the well regarded mask. The Bee Venom face mask containing New Zealand nonchalant Bee Venom and Manuka

Inside New Zealand's beauty boom

The vibe is upmarket playground. Pop music is blasting, the lights are white-bright, there are mirrors and millennial pink accent stripes everywhere, and so many people crammed into the aisles that you can't get down one without having to squeeze past at least three strangers clutching pottles of primer or pimple cream.

This is Mecca Maxima on a Friday just before lunch, and everything about the experience is, indeed, maxima. The makeup displays, the skincare, the beauty tools, the little baskets you carry round and load with products, the bouncy staff in loud lippy who arrive at your elbow to help you distinguish the vitamin-C brightening serum from the facial oil from the firming masks. It's a lot.

The clientele is mainly women, mainly in their 20s, and they are not browsers. They know exactly what they want, how much it will cost them, and what it should do for them. They are educated by social media, particularly YouTube, which is making the dissemination of beauty information more democratic than it has ever been – but also encourages greater consumption of makeup and skincare products than ever before.

What would be the best skin care products for me?

I have combination/normal skin.
It used to be sensitive but I grew out of it (don't know if that's relevant or not)
I'm on a budget (nothing over $40 for all products)
And I need something to get rid of mild acne (mainly on my forehead


I don't know if they have it in New Zealand but St. Ives Apricot Scrub is amazing. Its abrasive so it scrapes off the dead skin cells. I use it every night and its great. I hope they have it there so you can use it!