Tatler Philippines


Ve­gan skin­care pro­ducer Pili Ani un­veils what might be the last word in anti- age­ing. Its new­est of­fer­ing, the Age­less Con­cen­trate, al­lows the Pili oil to prove it­self in a mar­ket del­uged by prom­ises


Pili Ani, a pi­o­neer in the Philip­pines on clean, all-nat­u­ral, and ve­gan skin­care, is set to en­hance one’s beauty reg­i­men with the in­tro­duc­tion of the game-chang­ing Age­less Con­cen­trate. This light­weight for­mula de­fies the ef­fects of time on the skin by bring­ing to­gether the unique pow­ers of Pili and Elemi oils to pre­serve ra­di­ance and youth. It is the only youth elixir in the mar­ket today that uses both of these rare oils. Sourced from the Pili tree, they boast prop­er­ties in­scribed in the realms of both beauty and well­ness.

Pili oil is rich in an­tiox­i­dants, which pro­tect skin from free rad­i­cal dam­age and other en­vi­ron­men­tal ag­gres­sors. Packed with vi­ta­mins A and E, Pili oil en­livens the skin with its sub­stan­tial nu­tri­ent con­tent. It also helps di­min­ish the ap­pear­ance of fine lines, wrin­kles, and other signs of age­ing.

The in­fu­sion of Elemi oil into the Age­less Con­cen­trate aids in firm­ing. Elemi oil has been a lux­ury skin­care sta­ple for more than 15 years, con­sti­tut­ing an ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in a fa­mous French lux­ury skin­care brand’s ul­tra-lift­ing line.

Com­bined in a po­tent and su­per­charged serum, Pili and Elemi oils round up all the nu­tri­ents for the de­liv­ery of the mildest, most pam­per­ing, and health­i­est skin in­ter­ven­tions. The Age­less Con­cen­trate helps bal­ance the skin’s nat­u­ral mois­ture lev­els with­out leav­ing a heavy or greasy feel. Sheer and fast-ab­sorb­ing con­sis­tency im­me­di­ately im­proves skin tex­ture, such that the serum can eas­ily dou­ble as makeup primer. Its light­weight for­mu­la­tion also makes it ideal for warmer cli­mates or the great out­doors.

The an­tiox­i­dants in the Age­less Con­cen­trate act as a pro­tec­tive shield against air pol­lu­tants such as fumes, smoke, smog, or other car­ri­ers of air­borne dirt. These el­e­ments are the cul­prits be­hind a dull and rough com­plex­ion. Skin­care prod­ucts in­fused with the same amount of nu­tri­ents as Pili Ani’s Age­less Con­cen­trate can re­verse such dam­age and re­trieve the skin’s youth­ful ra­di­ance.

The light­weight for­mula sinks into the lay­ers of skin for op­ti­mum mois­tur­i­sa­tion. For an added dose of hy­dra­tion, espe­cially in times of dras­tic change in weather or cli­mate, layer your favourite Pili Ani cream with Age­less Con­cen­trate.



Pili Ani prod­ucts are rare, pre­cious, and unique. De­signed to go from seed to skin, they are crafted with an ar­ti­sanal mind­set. As ad­vo­cates of or­ganic farm­ing, the Pili Ani team works closely with farm­ers to im­ple­ment and main­tain fair trade and sus­tain­able sourc­ing. “By craft­ing an all nat­u­ral skin­care line that ac­tu­ally works, Pili Ani gets to pro­mote the coun­try and its nat­u­ral gifts,” says Pili Ani owner Mary Jane Tan- Ong. “The Age­less Con­cen­trate high­lights po­tent, all nat­u­ral ingredient­s avail­able only in the coun­try: Pili and Elemi oils,” she adds.

Ex­trac­tion of these fine oils is v er­i­ta­ble art in mo­tion. An en­tire litre of Pili oil takes an av­er­age of 3,500 Pili fruits gath­ered by farm­ers. Elemi oils also re­quire time. Pili trees must be be­tween five to six years old be­fore they can yield this pre­cious in­gre­di­ent.

Once ingredient­s are ready, master chemists and sci­en­tists at the Pili Ani lab­o­ra­tory tire­lessly con­ceive safe, gen­tle, yet ef­fec­tive for­mu­la­tions. Pili Ani’s tra­di­tion of crafts­man­ship is one of the main prom­ises of its prod­ucts. The brand stakes it­self on its pro­cesses and prin­ci­ples. The Age­less Con­cen­trate, a holy grail for clean, green, anti-age­ing skin­care, is tes­ta­ment to Pili Ani’s commitment­s. n

“By craft­ing an all nat­u­ral skin­care line that ac­tu­ally works, Pili Ani gets to pro­mote the coun­try and its nat­u­ral gifts”

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