Brand Focus: Endota Spa Skincare

Late last year, I attended a beautiful event held by Endota Spa, and I came away from it feeling refreshed with a sense of peace. It was so wonderfully done, and I felt inspired by that afternoon to try and take a little more time for myself for reflection. They even gifted us with a little crystal each, providing a token as a mindfulness trigger, which I thought was a beautiful sentiment.

As part of the event, they talked to us about how Endota Spa provided a lifestyle of treatments to take your mind off your troubles, with a menu to suit every need. On top of that, they also talked through, and tested out, their revamped skincare products on us, and I was pretty hooked, and that's what I'm discussing today!

(Image courtesy of Max Media Lab and Endota Spa)

The Endota New Age Range was expanded by 5 products, with the moisturiser appearing about a year ago, and the serums dropping in December of last year, and these include:
  1. Peptide Firming Moisturiser - $110 (50ml)
  2. Age Defying Retinol Serum - $140 (30ml)
  3. Super C Firming Serum - $100 (30ml)
  4. Potent Brightening Serum - $110 (30ml)
  5. Peptide 8 Hyaluronic Serum - $180 (30ml)

The Peptide Firming Moisturiser addresses dehydration, loss of firmness and uneven skin texture. Containing vitamins A, C and E, this also has other substances, such as NeodermylTM, BrightenylTM, Patch 20TM and Acetyl Octapeptide-3 (Snap-8TM), all working in synergy to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines while protecting, plumping and brightening the skin.

The Age Defying Retinol Serum was formulated using encapsulated vitamin A, which was clinically tested as a wrinkle reducer, and has been seen to improve clarity, tone and radiance. This targets mature or prematurely ageing skin with loss of firmness. Key ingredients include retinol, allantoin and sodium hyaluronate.

The Super C Firming Serum has encapsulated vitamin C that is meant to protect the skin against free radicals using antioxidants. This reduces the appearance of age spots and corrects hyperpigmentation while brightening the skin. This is also meant to firm the skin. Key ingredients include ascorbyl tetraisoplmiate, sodium hyaluronate and ferulic acid. 

The Potent Brightening Serum is like a step up from the Super C Firming Serum for brightening the skin - and bright, dewy is what I'm all about, so I'm most excited to try this out! This contains the active BrightenylTM, which is apparently four times more potent than vitamin C to help correct hyperpigmentation and brighten the complexion. This is best for skin that has been dulled by age and damaged by acne or sun exposure - this is to really target hyperpigmentation. It is meant to improve clarity, texture and increase hydration. Key ingredients include ActizymeTM, 3-0 Ethyl Ascorbic Acid and nicotinamide.

The Peptide 8 Hyaluronic Serum targets fine lines, dull and ageing skin. This is meant to help create smoother skin while reducing wrinkles and increase skin moisture. This contains BrightenylTM, PhytocelltecTM and Acetyl Octapeptide-3 (Snap-8TM). 

These products all come in a heavy brown bottle, which shields them from direct sunlight, preventing the breakdown of the active ingredients. To find out more about their products, you can head over here

Considering that 2018 may be the year that I start to do more to take a breather, I might have to look at heading to Endota Spa for a relaxing time, and hey, who knows that I might pick up on the way out?

When's the last time you had a spa day? Have you tried any Endota Spa products before?

*These products were provided for editorial consideration