South Africa’s best skincare secret
Africa's skin saviour
At the heart of Afari skincare, is Bulbine frutescens, a small indigenous shrub that grows in the dry valleys of southern Africa. This succulent plant contains a gel-like sap in its leaves, which has been used for generations as a remedy for skin injuries due to the soothing, anti-inflammatory effect of the sap.
Just-released scientific research has shown the plant has a lot more to offer; the sap has clinically proven benefits in the stimulation of collagen synthesis, a fundamental process in maintaining skin’s healthy, youthful-looking appearance.
Clinical Trial Results:
• 100% increase in facial collagen density
• 138% improvement of elasticity and firmness on the neck and around the eye area
• 74% reduction in wrinkles around the eye area, one hour after use
After 6 weeks:
• 100% of participants agreed that their skin looked brighter
• 97% of participants agreed that their skin had a healthy glow
• 93% of participants agreed that their skin tone looked more even
• 90% of participants agreed that they noticed an improvement in skin texture
*Based on a 42-day self-assessment study of 30 women ages 23 to 62 with twice-daily use.
Afari sources its Bulbine frutescens from an organic farm in rural Limpopo, South Africa, where it is sustainably cultivated by female producers.
Each Afari product sold directly benefits the women harvesting the plants.