A four-strong anti-ageing skincare range has been launched by ethical brand Nature & Nurture (N&N).

nature and nurtureN&N Youth-Protect Moisturizer combines skin-boosting and nourishing ingredients and is bursting with fruit antioxidants and vitamins. Organic buriti oil in included along with roasted coffee bean oil and vanilla extract, for a strong anti-ageing boost and a subtle scent.

Derma-Renew Exfoliating Cleanser is packed with vitamin E and blueberries to deliver moisture to the skin, while extracts of orange and peppermint aim to leave skin feeling clean and refreshed, and ground apricot kernels gently exfoliate.

Instant-Lift Eye Gel includes rice bran oil, tomato leaf oil, and cucumber and chamomile extracts to soothe, smooth and lift the sensitive area under and around the eyes.

Wrinkle-Repair Night Serum blends marula oil and argan oil – renowned for being rich in vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids – with a naturally derived hexapeptide, along with apricot, watermelon and crambe seed oils, to create a product with what the brand calls impressive anti-ageing properties.

N&N says it aims to challenge the notion that natural, eco-friendly products fit in a niche area of the skincare market and can’t compete with mainstream brands. In addition, N&N believes that nobody should have to choose between their ethical values and the quality of their skincare regime, and it ensures the sustainability of each ingredient sourced.

Company owner Michael Gwinnett comments: “Nature & Nurture has two core values at its heart: ethics and efficacy. Each item in our range is proof that products made from natural, sustainably-sourced and palm-free ingredients can compete with any product on the market in terms of quality.”

The products are handmade, vegan and palm-oil free and are endorsed by the Orangutan Foundation, which benefits from every sale of N&N products.

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