Our most popular product of the year was the Dr Spiller, Propolis Day cream.
As we were running the report, we were expecting this result. If any of you have read our mission statement, we are a, results driven clinic and homecare is a HIGE part of delivering those results.
This product, delivers! Of course, in conjunction with in clinic treatments and also other products that support the day cream.
Designed for oily, combination skin and those who suffer from acne and breakouts. The Dr Spiller, Propolis Day Cream is a non-comedogenic day cream with active anti-bacterial ingredients to purify problematic complexions.
The day time product, biomimetically replicates the skin’s own natural barrier function for moisture protection from environmental drying.
Propolis is an antibacterial bee resin that is rich in minerals, vitamins, plant resins, plant waxes, enzymes and essential oils. Royal Jelly is also an antibacterial ingredient secreted by the bee that is rich in biomimetic water, protein, fatty acids, vitamins B5, B6 and C, trace minerals and enzymes effective in rebalancing and protecting the moisture levels of the skin.
Aloe Vera, an organically sources and intensive moisturiser and antioxidant rich in flavonoids, polyphenols, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 and zinc. Aloe Vera delivers an excellent soothing and smoothing response for reddened, sore and pustular conditions.
Avocado, grapeseed and sunflower oils are three protective botanical oils rich in biomimetic triglycerides, fatty acids, lecithin, wax esters, squalene, vitamins D, E & K.
Lanolin and octyl methoxycinnamate, is a non-irritating sunscreen that protect against UVB. Allowing this product to be a perfect day time product.
Retinyl Palmitate, a derivative of vitamin A that helps to renew the appearance of the skin. An effective antioxidant that boosts the activity of vitamins C & E.
It is advertised as a day cream but it is safe to be used as a night cream too.
Dr Spiller: Propolis Day Cream – $80 50ml
If you do suffer from problematic skin, check out our blog “Hormones: Skin, body and soul” for some tips on care.