Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream Review

Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream Review

Glow-getters will adore the Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream; it’s an instant skin pick-me-up that’s packed with vitamin C and a retinol-alternative to provide an all-day plumping effect, while leaving your skin with a healthy glow. Keep reading if you want to find out more…


The Most Important Thing About This Moisturiser Is…

The lightweight creamy formula is made from natural ingredients enriched with natural vitamin C that work with the skin to nourish and protect it. Pigmentation and dark spots are evened to leave a smooth skin tone with fine lines smoothed and the skin plumped. The Pigment-Correcting Water Cream refines the skin texture to make the complexion look even and balanced with a boost of youthful radiance.

The formula itself contains the tiniest gold shimmer particles to give your skin a seamless radiance, while powerful plant-based and sustainably-sourced ingredients get to work correcting any dark spots and smoothing the skin texture to perfection.

Review of Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream

What Skin Type Is It For?

Any skin type can enjoy using the Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Cream as the scent is derived from pure plant fragrance. Those with dull skin or anyone struggling with pigmentation will especially benefit from the cream’s radiance-boosting abilities.


You Will Love This If…

If you’re craving natural skincare and want to see instant and long-term results, you’ll love the Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream. The vegan formula easily absorbs into the skin, leaving behind a touch of gold glimmer to give your complexion an instantly luminosity that will energise those struggling with dullness.

Review of Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Cream

Hero Ingredients:

The appearance of dark spots are reduced thanks to peptides that help to prevent pigmentation by inhibiting melanin production, which works to reduce and even out sun damage and age spots. Your skin is plumped by plant hyaluronic acid and given a boost of radiance by kakadu plum, nature’s richest source of vitamin C. An alternative to retinol, plant-based Bakuchiol, smoothes the skin and targets imperfections to help your skin appear firmer, as well as having antioxidant properties to protect the skin from aggressors that breakdown collagen.


What Does It Feel Like?

The cream has a lightweight, creamy texture that spreads easily across the skin, absorbing quickly. Though there is the micro shimmer, it is undetectable within the texture, which leaves your skin silky smooth, soft and radiant.

Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream Review

What Does It Smell Like?

The Pigment-Correcting Water Cream has a fruity sweet smell of vanilla pod and mandarin. The scent is all natural, derived from pure plant fragrance.


How Do You Use The Product?

Apply the Antipodes Diem Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Water Cream to cleansed skin after your choice of serum. Massage the cream into your decollete, neck and face using circular motions every morning.

Review of Antipodes Vitamin C Pigment-Correcting Cream

What’s Special About The Design?

The chic design is crafted from sustainable glass and aluminium which can be recycled to prevent waste – part of what makes Antipodes such a sustainable skincare brand. The deep orange design reflects the mandarin scent whilst the gold accents add a luxurious finishing touch, just like the gold within the cream.



Vegan. Sustainable ingredients. FSC certified.


Discover The Moisturiser In More Detail…

Keen to find out more about the Diem Vitamin C Cream? Myself and two other Team Escentual members put it to the test for one month. Watch along to find out why we were so keen to try it and what we thought of it after 30 days…


Why We’re Excited About The Water Cream:


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