Green Tea & Avocado Nourishing Night Cream

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Transform your skin with this luxuriously silky radiance night cream to firm, nourish and rejuvenate your skin.

Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Helianthus annuus (Organic sunflower) seed oil, Cocos nucifera (Organic coconut) oil, Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil, Butyrospermum parkii (Organic shea butter), Leuconostoc/Radish root ferment filtrate, Glycerin (from vegetables), Cetearyl glucoside (from coconut), Camellia sinensis (Green tea) leaf extract, Cetearyl alcohol (from coconut), Argania spinosa (Argan) nut oil, Cannibis sativa (Hemp) seed oil, Rosa mosqueta (Rosehip) fruit oil, Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) fruit extract, Glyceryl stearate, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) oil, Sodium hyaluronate, Citrus bergamia (Bergamot) peel oil, Lavendula angustifolia (Lavender) oil, Argentum metallicum (Silver) micro particles, Citral*, Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*

* Natural constituents of essential oils

Directions: Apply a small amount of moisturiser to cleansed face and neck using fingertips.  As with any new skincare product, we recommend you do an overnight skin patch test prior to use.

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SKU: Anti-Aging Moisturiser Category:
Argan oil, eczema 

Argan oil

The Argan Tree is native to one country: Morocco. As a rare and endangered plant it stands under protection, and its precious oil is now considered the rarest in the world. While Berbers once collected the kernels one by one, increased demand has prompted the Government to give support towards commercial production projects, which have significantly improved women’s lives through the establishment of local cooperatives.

The oil protects against UV damage and reduces the ageing process by restoring the skin’s natural barrier. A normal pH balance is maintained and collagen production encouraged, while gentle re-hydration ensures added softness and elasticity.

Contains Vitamin E, phenols, carotenes and squalene. Rich in fatty acids and nutrients.
Especially good for dry skin and eczema.

Natural skincare ingredient avocado oil 

Avocado oil

The avocado is a fruit, and the Aztecs called it ‘butter pear’. Its oils have always been known as an excellent carrier which provides high skin penetration as well as rapid absorption. Originally from South America, the avocado is now being cultivated in several different climate zones around the globe. While these days some oils may undergo the process of bleaching, the cold-pressed and unrefined traditional method seems to be the preferred way of bringing out the best in the avocado’s natural properties. The deep green colour also shows the presence of chlorophyll as an added health bonus. A basket of mono-unsaturated fats help healing and slow the ageing process.

Regenerates skin which is dehydrated and undernourished, and moisturises mature skin which has been exposed to sun or other damaging climate conditions which makes it particularly good for psoriasis and eczema.

Contains: Vitamins A E D B1 B2, Carotenoids (lutein), Lecithin, sterols, Amino acids and fatty acids, Potassium, which is sometimes called the ‘youth mineral’

Coconut oil, natural treatment 

Coconut oil

This oil was part of the Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medicinal system. Today, it is used world-wide and its healing properties in the area of skin care are well documented. The unusually high content of saturated fat (>80%) allows the oil to keep fresh for up to two years. As a strong moisturiser it can treat irritated or inflamed skin. As it is antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal and antibacterial it can promote wellbeing, delay the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenate sagging skin. Good for dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.

Rich in fatty acids, lauric acid, linoleic acid, acprylic and capric acid.

Natural skincare ingredient green tea extract 

Green tea extract

Green tea leaves have been known for 5000 years as a healthy addition to the diet. The herbal derivative has been used as a general tonic and booster, and the fact that it slows ageing and reactivates skin cells comes as a bonus. It has been found to reduce the appearance of puffiness, wrinkles, fine lines and large pores. The anti-radiation properties not only improve skin condition, but are also beneficial as a skin lightener. Being an astringent as well as an antibacterial agent, it tightens and cleanses the skin and may also contain anti-carcinogenic ingredients. The antioxidants in the plant are stronger than Vitamins C & E.

Contains L-theanine which reduces stress and anxiety, Green tea catechins, GTC, Flavonoids


Lavender essential oil

When the word ‘nard’ appears in ancient writings, this beautifully fragranced oil is being referred to. Due to its calming and relaxing effect as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties which support healing and recovery, the Romans used it for various applications. Today, spread of this plant extends from the Canary Islands to India. France and Bulgaria produce the biggest crops, but it is cultivated in many countries.

Its use as an all-round therapy oil comes as no surprise, as it is one of the safest oils to use. It reduces anxiety, detoxifies, aids sleep and helps healing. Applied to the skin it tones and revitalises all skin types and can be effective against damage from sunburn. Its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties make it the ideal agent for rough or damaged skin.

Contains linalool and linalyl acetate
The claim that it suppresses male hormones has been disputed
Good for eczema, acne and psoriasis

Natural skincare ingredient rosehip oil 

Rosehip oil

This oil is extracted from seeds in the Andes. Mature and sun-burnt skin will benefit from using this oil, and it also diminishes scarring and photo-aging. The skin is smoothed, as the oil improves the moisture level and leaves skin looking radiant and glowing. Dry skin will be nourished and problem skin can be transformed.

Contains provitamin A (beta-carotene), Essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega 6), linolenic acid (omega 3) and oleic acid

Good for mature skin and dry skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne and eczema

Inci: Rosa mosqueta

Organic shea butter 

Shea butter

This moisturising agent is extracted from the nut of the African shea tree. Its uses are varied, and it also has a firm place in the cosmetics industry, being versatile and readily absorbed.

The butter melts on contact and leaves no greasy residue. Regular application may reduce the appearance of fine lines, scars and stretch marks. The anti-inflammatory benefits as well as the emollient properties have made this herbal remedy a welcome soother for sunburn, while it also acts as a sun-blocking lotion due to its moisturising qualities, which provide an invisible radiation screen. Rough skin and small wounds can be treated and dryness reduced.

Contains fatty acids and plant sterols, oleic, stearic, palmitic, linoleic, linolenic acids and Vitamins A and E

Caution – may not be suitable for people who have a nut allergy

Good for eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis

Inci: Butyrospermum parkii

Natural skincare ingredient sunflower seed oil 

Sunflower seed oil

This well-known flower grows in many countries world-wide, but the largest crops come from the Ukraine, Russia and Argentina. It has found its way into our kitchens for having health benefits as well as good keeping qualities. Only the black seeds are used for making oil.

The gentle effect and its suitability as an emollient make this oil an ideal skin agent. Being non-greasy, it is readily absorbed. The moisturising ingredients improve skin hydration by smoothing and reducing wrinkles and scarring. Redness and roughness are reduced in all skin types, while application can also heal small injuries.

Rich in fatty acids – palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic acids as well as sterols, squalene, lecithin, tocopherols, carotenoids

Good for acne

Inci: Helianthus annuus

Apply a small amount of moisturiser to cleansed face and neck using fingertips.  As with any new skincare


Transform your skin with this luxuriously silky radiance night cream to firm, nourish and rejuvenate your skin. <br>

4 reviews for Green Tea & Avocado Nourishing Night Cream

  1. Val daniels

    After two weeks using this I absolutely love it
    Together with the serum quite the best I have used for a long time

  2. Jessica Little

    I am absolutely in love with the green tea and avocado night cream. I can definitely see a difference in my skin, it’s more glowing…And the smell is devine! I’m a happy girl! JessicaX

  3. Nicola Guzel

    I’m writing to let you know how much I’m enjoying your green tea & avocado radiance night cream. I was recommended it by a friend a few months ago & have enjoyed using it ever since! I have seen some great changes in my skin since using your cream. It’s feels a lot more hydrated & my skin feels fresher & smoother when I wake up!!! I almost feel like my skin has been rejuvenated over night! I think it’s so important to get in touch with companies who’s products you are enjoying as people only seem to complain these days! I love your product so much I’m hoping to write a review on my beauty blog to tell others how great your products are. Thanks so much!

  4. Dee-Anne Chez Markiewicz

    Now my skin has enjoyed the delight of this wonderful product it will never go without! I love it the smell, the texture and how well it moisturises. It feels so special, a real treat for my face. I love the funky coloured pots too. My skin is glowing and feels soooooo smooth and the fact that it is all natural – well what else could you ask for in a product. To me, this product is PERFECT 🙂 Now I want some for my whole body!

    Dee-Anne Markiewicz

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