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Manuka Doctor ApiRefine Illusionist Rapid Lift Mask: getting the Miss Universe New Zealand contestants photo-ready


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August 24, 2015/2.39


This year’s Miss Universe New Zealand 2015 semifinalists received, in their goody bags, Manuka Doctor’s ApiRefine Illusionist Rapid Lift Mask, which the company equates to ‘an instant facelift in a jar’.
   Already a well known New Zealand firm abroad, where it launched first, Manuka Doctor has won two awards for the mask, which features purified bee venom. It received a ‘Highly Commended’ at the Beauty Awards in 2014, and a bronze prize at the Pure Beauty Awards.
   The mask plumps and nourishes skin and gets it photo-ready, using a mixture of its clinically proven Purified Bee Venom, certified UMF 18+ manuka honey, shea butter, natural waxes and vitamin E. The formula stimulates collagen growth and renews damaged skin cells. The mask also includes chicory root and caesalpinia spinosa gum, which tightens skin and promotes collagen synthesis.
   Also remarkable is that the effects begin after 10 minutes of application.
   For further information within New Zealand, visit www.manukadr.co.nz or call 64 9 300-3025. It is available at Life and Unichem pharmacies, selected department stores, and the Manuka Doctor concept store at 1 Quay Street, Auckland.
   Voting for the top 20 finalists at Miss Universe New Zealand has now begun, in advance of their overseas retreat in the Philippines. The 20 finalists can be seen at the Miss Universe New Zealand website, nextmissnz.com. Each vote costs $1, and is sold in bundles of $5, with $1 from each bundle donated to Variety, the Children’s Charity.


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