Mānuka Honey Day Cream
A lightweight day cream formulated to nourish sensitive skin, soothe irritations and blemishes, whilst increasing hydration in the skin. What we put on our skin is ultimately absorbed into our body which is why Aotea's Mānuka Honey Day Cream contains only the most natural and restorative ingredients. Mānuka Honey has a high moisture content, which can naturally draw moisture to the skin and will leave your skin feeling hydrated for longer. This day cream also contains kawakawa infused sweet almond oil, providing strong anti-inflammatory properties, ideal for reducing redness and blemishes.
- Made in New Zealand
- A lightweight day cream formulated to nourish sensitive skin, with antibacterial properties to help maintain clear skin
- For combination and normal skin types
- Retains skin moisture levels and smoothness
Apply a generous amount to your face and neck in the morning after cleansing with Kūmarahou and Mānuka Honey Cleanser and applying Mānuka Water and Kawakawa Toner.
- Mānuka Leaf Infused Water
- Kawakawa infused Sweet Almond O
- Grape Seed Oil
- Mānuka Honey 800+ MGO
- Emulsifier O
- Shea Butter
- Cetostearyl Alcohol
- Soy Lecithin
- Vitamin E Oil
- Aloe Vera Gel
- Provitamin B5
- Naturagard Pure
- Manuka Oil
- Xantham Gum
This cream contains 800+ MGO Mānuka Honey, which naturally has potent anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties. The non-peroxide activity of the honey will help form a barrier, increasing moisture levels. Due to the reaction of glucose and oxygen molecules, it is able to reduce inflammation as well. We also use other oils infused with Kawakawa and Mānuka, with more restorative ingredients like Vitamin E Oil, Shea Butter, and Provitamin B5.
What is important to them is that what they do brings opportunity to the community where they are based on Aotea. In light of which they have decided (despite the difficulty) to grow, extract and manufacture all the products rather than outsource this. Aotea is proud to say that for every year they have been in business they have provided scholarships to their rangatahi māori to attend high school and they are in the process of creating more jobs for whānau.
What is also important to Aotea is spearheading the science that will give credibility to the anecdotal history and knowledge māori have for the healing flora of Aotearoa. They now have a committed R&D team to determine innovative ways to not only extract some of the plant agents in the flora they use but also undertake clinical tests of these plant agents.