Identifying natural ingredients that offer nourishing and transformational skin benefits has been a major focus for brands in recent years, but Wild Ferns has been doing it since 1951.
That’s when the New Zealand owned-and-run family business behind the brand committed to promoting the benefits found in ingredients unique to Aotearoa for health, beauty and wellbeing. That substantial knowledge has only grown and flourished, spanning three generations and informing Wild Ferns’ skincare range.
Each product offers unique beneficial properties found in the likes of Manuka Honey 80+, bee venom, mineral-rich Rotorua Mud, New Zealand flowers, kiwifruit and lanolin.
The certified Manuka Honey 80+ used in 25 products of Wild Ferns’ Manuka Honey skincare range is high in antioxidants, so it helps defend against free radical damage – key to keeping skin in great condition. It also has naturally antiseptic and antibacterial properties, and is rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals, making it fantastic at gently nourishing, soothing and healing all skin types, but especially sensitive skin.
A major further benefit from our flying friends is bee venom, renowned for creating a younger looking complexion and used in Wild Ferns’ New Zealand Bee Venom skincare. With 18 biological active compounds including peptides and enzymes, bee venom helps stimulate cell regeneration, collagen and elastin production, helping to firm and plump facial tissue. Wild Ferns ensures no harm is caused to the bees.
And if you’ve ever experienced one of Rotorua’s world-renowned mud baths, you’ll know the smoothing, softening properties of its geothermal mud. The mineral-rich, therapeutic mud is used in Wild Ferns’ Rotorua Mud range of face packs, scrubs and moisturisers, fantastic for clearing excess oil, minimising congestion and balancing skin.
Wild Ferns® Skincare originates from Parrs Products Ltd, a 100% New Zealand-owned family company, established in 1951.
Available at selected Gift, Garden and Pharmacy outlets nationwide or online at wildferns.co.nz