Positively impacting communities
Antipodes is passionate about supporting local communities:
- Each year we donate over 2,000 products as well as financial contributions to community groups across New Zealand.
- The World Wide Fund for Nature is the major charity we support. We donate funds (NZD$60,000 from the sales of Chia & Kiwi Seed Superfood Serum), the majority of which are spent on conservation in New Zealand, Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. We also help build awareness of their environmental work through our marketing.
- We purchased a new scull rowing boat for St Patrick’s College in our base city of Wellington, New Zealand. We love that the school can keep rowing fees to a minimum, enabling more students access to the sport. This team sport encourages a focus on fitness, good nutrition and health; helps develop a strong sense of self; and fosters lifestyle balance.
- Our 55 SECONDS FOR 55 DOLPHINS Natural Beauty Challenge helped secondary school students understand an important environmental issue, and how they can raise awareness to impact change at a policy level. It also aimed to provide an experience of the positive power of social media for young people.
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Discover how our partnership is a world-first for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
We’re proud to meet Air New Zealand’s strict criteria for an environmentally friendly supplier
Antipodes is committed to sourcing premium, sustainable ingredients for our natural skincare range
We are the only beauty brand in the world to be selected by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as an official partner
Introducing our company environmental sustainability policy: Antipodes Green Beauty Ethos
Antipodes skincare and makeup is approved by the Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom
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Natural and organic skin care brand Antipodes, made its first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival last month.
We're delighted to share our latest video, showcasing our skin-brightening range as well as some beautiful New Zealand nature.
Keep an eye out for the cabs zooming around central London wrapped in the distinctive green wallpaper print Antipodes® uses on its packaging from Sunday April 1.
It may seem counter-intuitive to apply mud to your skin in order to cleanse it, but the skin-enhancing benefits of mineral-rich mud have been harnessed for beauty treatments all over the world for centuries.
Elizabeth Barbalich appeared in The Standard in early April.
The eye-catching London black cabs covered in Antipodes® distinctive green wallpaper print are creating a buzz in the English capital as the green beauty brand increases its profile there.
Antipodes devotees in the French capital have been treated to a stunning vegetarian pop-up space in the heart of the flagship Printemps department store, a new beauty concept for the luxury chain.
Antipodes' new vegan Halo Skin-Brightening Facial Mud Mask has been officially launched in Shanghai.
Antipodes® was honoured to be awarded the top prize at this year's ExportNZ ASB Wellington Export Awards, Wellington Exporter of the Year.
Watch our new film showcasing our Ruby Bay Rouge Moisture-Boost Natural Lipstick filmed at RUBY boutique.
More than 40 beauty writers and bloggers attended the launch of Antipodes' Moisture-Boost Natural Lipsticks into Le Bon Marché in Paris.
Antipodes was honoured to be one of the unique New Zealand brands showcased at last week's Superyacht Cup Palma in Spain by 100% Pure New Zealand.