Is Meghan Markle an Antipodes® Skincare devotee?

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Look a little closer next time you see a photo of the Duchess of Sussex – she might just be wearing Antipodes Skincare’s natural moisture lipstick Boom Rock Bronze!
Meghan Markle is currently on her first major royal tour with husband Prince Harry in New Zealand and on Sunday one of the world’s most photographed women was gifted two natural Antipodes products – a natural, healthy, moisture-boosting Boom Rock Bronze lipstick and Antipodes famous Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream – while on walkabout in Wellington.    
Antipodes staff member Emily Swan gave the products to the Duchess of Sussex at the Capital’s Pukeahu National War Memorial.
“The Duchess was very grateful,” says Emily. “She thanked me and said the lipstick matched her coat,” a reference to the checked brown coat by Kiwi designer Karen Walker the Duchess wore for her first day of engagements in New Zealand’s capital.
“I thought the Boom Rock Bronze lipstick would work well with Meghan’s gorgeous skin,” says Emily. “These lipsticks are so healthy you can almost eat them. And I know she will love our natural, vegan Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream.”
Boom Rock Bronze is one of 12 Antipodes lipsticks that are superior to others on the market not only because they’re healthy, containing natural, edible ingredients that make them safer to wear, but also because they’re moisture-boosting, packed with nutrient-rich pure plant oils. Which mean these lipsticks actually condition as they colour.
The Duchess will find Antipodes Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream will improve elasticity as well as reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Rich in Vitamin C from the New Zealand superfruit kiwifruit, and containing high levels of Omega 3 fatty acid, this ultra-nourishing cream can dramatically help to maintain moisture in the skin. What’s more, it’s been scientifically shown to stimulate synthesis of Type I collagen production in human fibroblast skin cells by up to an impressive 82 percent, important for those concerned with addressing the signs of ageing.
The royal couple, who wed in May, are on their first major tour together outside the UK. The 16 day tour takes in the South Pacific and Australasia. They are spending five days in New Zealand.
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