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Australian natural skincare brand Bali Body, best known for its sun-kissed glow essentials, has extended its skincare range with the new Bali Body Ceramide Cream, launched today.

A spokesperson for Baili Body said the new product, made in Australia with natural ingredients, was a recognition of the need for products that extended further than sun protection.

"The vegan & cruelty free product is suitable for all skin types, however is best suited to those who are concerned about dryness, uneven texture & loss of elasticity," the spokesperson said.

The Ceramide Cream features a unique blend of 6 powerful ceramides as well as key ingredients including Diaminopropionoyl Tripeptide-33, Green Tea Extract, Molecular Film #1 and Molecular Film #2.

Each target specific needs for skin health. Diaminopropionoyl Tripeptide-33 combats the detrimental effects of sunlight, protecting your skin's future and preventing visible signs of ageing.

Green Tea Extract is packed with polyphenols that combat bacterial growth, making it a must-have for those battling blemishes.

Molecular Film #1 is a blend of polysaccharides and peptides which forms a protective film on your skin, reducing water loss, boosting collagen production, and enhancing the delivery of active ingredients. It promotes healthy skin function by maintaining the vital lipid barrier.

Molecular Film #2 a unique combination designed to deliver papain, a gentle yet effective exfoliant.

By removing dead skin cells, it promotes smoother, brighter skin and enhances the efficacy of other ingredients. The cream also prevents metabolic processes that can lead to hyperpigmentation and age spots.

These essential lipids form the foundation of your skin's natural barrier, locking in moisture and shielding it from environmental aggressors.

This multi-tasking product also includes niacinamide which brightens your complexion, minimises visible pores, and evens out your skin tone for a naturally luminous glow.



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