Seed to Skin’s new honey face-mask draws inspiration from Maori healing traditions
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Seed to Skin’s new honey face-mask draws inspiration from Maori healing traditions

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This new mask replenishes the skin with nutrients and enzymes only found in manuka honey
– Jeanette Throttrup

Luxury ethnobotanical skincare and spa brand Seed to Skin has unveiled a new face mask containing more than 55 per cent manuka honey – an ingredient traditionally tapped by the New Zealand Maori people for its powerful healing properties.

The gentle honey-textured mask is designed to nourish, calm, soothe and deeply hydrate skin to create an even complexion and a fresh renewed glow.

Jeanette Throttrup, founder of Seed to Skin, explained that the Manuka Nutri-Mask is designed to address fine lines and wrinkles and also offer a solution for acne-prone, scarred and pigmented skin.

“This new mask replenishes the skin with the nutrients and enzymes only found in manuka honey for a naturally radiant and rejuvenated complexion.

“Full of antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties, the honey we use is sourced from New Zealand and is one of the most precious and sacred in the world,” she added.

The mask also contains bioactive vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, ferulic acid, rosa damascena flower water and five essential fermented minerals – zinc, iron, silicon, copper and magnesium.

Seed to Skin has plans to roll the mask out to its global partner spas and is working on creating a dedicated treatment to showcase the luxurious new mask.

About Seed to Skin

Seed to Skin is a botanical product house dedicated to sustainably harnessing the true healing power of nature to power its range of organic skincare products and spa experiences.

The company is based in the lush Tuscan countryside at its Italian estate, named Borgo Santo Pietro, home to the flagship Seed to Skin Spa where all luxury treatments and beauty products are developed and tested.

The brand incorporates local Italian produce and wild ingredients into all its handmade products, formulated using advanced molecular science.

Seed to Skin is partnered with high-end spas at destinations including Sensei Lāna‘i, Spa Talisa at Four Seasons Napa Valley, Park Gstaad and Liberty London.

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