Hey Man, What's Shakin'? Antipodes® Travels Back to the '70s in ‘The Tennis Game’

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Antipodes® has taken it back to the 1970s for its latest fun short film about a highly competitive tennis game between three friends decked out in the best sporting threads the decade had to offer. 

Set to a thrilling James Bond-esque score typical of the era and shot on a beautiful late summer’s day in Wellington, New Zealand, The Tennis Gameshowcases five Antipodes® products essential for such a high pressure occasion. 

After the friends carefully pack their kit bags they head to the court in their sweatbands and whites then apply Antipodes’ Kiwi Seed Oil Lip Conditioner and Immortal SPF 15 Face & Body Moisturiser

Thanks to its nourishing bioactive natural ingredients including Vitamin C-rich kiwi seed oil and nutrient-rich avocado oil, the lip conditioner helps to keep lips healthy and hydrated during play by protecting against water loss, while Immortal – Antipodes’ certified vegan natural sunscreen – features raspberry seed oil to help filter damaging UVA rays and block burning UVB light while volleying in the sun. 

After their ferocious game, which sees two pitted against one, the trio relax over some icy Kool-Aid and fresh lemon drinks courtside while applying their post-match skincare.

Antipodes’ all-purpose Saviour Skin Balm offers sure salvation to skin troubles – including a dry tennis elbow – with its combination of rich pure plant oils with the power-packed antibacterial healing properties of totara and tea tree.

The pioneering green beauty brand’s much-loved vegan Joyful Hand & Body Cream is ideal for nourishing and replenishing dry and tired skin which has gone a few tough rounds on the court, while a refreshing spritz of certified vegan and organic Ananda Antioxidant-Rich Gentle Toner offers an instant hydration boost to stressed skin following vigorous play. 

View the clip now – be there or be square – and keep an eye out for a cameo appearance by Antipodes’ icon Molly the English bulldog.