Pili Ani  

Nevada,  NV 
United States
  • Booth: 45085DBA


The Pili Tree (Chosen Tree) Oils
Brand AVP

 Press Releases

  • This Nut Oil From the Philippines Is the New Secret to Beautiful Skin

    Its combination of acids and antioxidants will leave your face looking smooth and refreshed.

    The Characteristics

    The key to Pili Ani’s skin-care line is the nutritionally rich pili nut, which grows wild on trees in the Philippines. Most commonly eaten as a sweet, high-protein snack, the nuts also provide a natural source of antioxidants and linolenic acid, which is said to have anti-inflammatory and moisture-retentive properties when applied to the skin. Pili Ani’s Intense Hydrating facial cream and facial oil both feature high concentrations of pili oil; used in tandem, the skin-softening and anti-aging treatments make a luxurious, functional addition to your regimen.

    The Competition

    At $110 for the lotion (1.76 ounces) and $125 for the oil (1.35 fl oz.), the Pili Ani system costs about the same as other high-end serum and moisturizer duos. Japanese brand SK-II sells slightly larger bottles of its R.N.A. Power face cream (2.8 oz.) and facial treatment essence (2.5 fl oz.) to a cultlike following for $230 and $99, respectively. But these products are for skin-care junkies—an average user might not notice the difference between them and, say, an $18 tub of L’Oréal Revitalift and the $23 RoC Retinol Correxion deep-wrinkle serum available at most drugstores.

    The Case

    The vitamin retinol remains the one magic wrinkle eraser dermatologists agree on, but you can’t get the high-concentration stuff without a prescription. Ingredients such as pili oil or SK-II’s Pitera (a fermented fluid rich in amino acids) are effective, naturally sourced alternatives. After two months of testing, Pili Ani smoothed out fine creases, and the viscous oil lent skin that sought-after dewy look. What’s more, harvesting the nuts brings much-needed sustainable jobs to the Philippines. And who doesn’t want to do good while looking good? From $110

    Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-14/pili-nut-oil-from-the-philippines-is-new-secret-to-beautiful-skin

  • This Filipino Skincare Brand Is Actually a Huge Deal

    Jun 29, 2017 @ 2:15 pm

    Perhaps as a direct result of growing up rarely seeing myself represented in pop culture, I am constantly seeking out the Asian or half-Asian character in just about everything. I won't bore you with my sob story of the weirdness that comes along with being half-Filipino and raised in Mississippi—the state isn't exactly known for its strides in diversity—but you think about it a lot when you rank somewhere between Barbie's ethnic sidekicks Kira and Teresa, but never really see yourself reflected in either. Especially today, my background is an even bigger part of my identity. When I had the chance to interview Chrissy Teigen and Shay Mitchell, respectively, we spent about half the time reveling in the fact that we are both half-Asian. The fact that Korean and Japanese products are becoming part of the mainstream market is so exciting to me, and my heart sang upon hearing news that Kenzo cast all Asian models for their upcoming runway show. That being said, Pili Ani, the first Filipino skincare line to arrive in the United States, is a very big deal in my eyes.

    At least on a global scale, I hadn't heard of a Filipino brand that was available in the U.S. market. I was probably biased, but I was into the idea right away, though actually learning about the history behind the brand was what really drew me in. It was a project that creator Rosalina Tan embarked on with her daughter Mary Jane, but initially, Tan had no intentions of launching a product line. "I've always been so impressed by the pili tree, and I've been an organic advocate for the past 20 years," she tells InStyle. "I started buying pili oil from the local organic farmers to help support them, and I made my own products like moisturizers and lipstick after testimonies from a few farmers about how it improved their skin problems." One farmer who suffered from psoriasis over the course of 10 years found that his issue cleared up when he started working on a pili farm, and Rosalina even started distributing the products among her friends, all of who sung praises for the range.

    The pili nut is indigenous to the Philippines, and according to Tan, it is often referred to as the "chosen tree." I've had sugar-coated variations of it from time to time, and while it would make sense for the oil derived from the pili tree to have nourishing qualities, it was something I never quite thought about prior to my conversation with Tan. "Nobody had done anything with it, and the pili pulp in particular contains a lot of beta carotine, as well as vitamins A and E," she explains. "It's a natural antioxidant, and in our clinical studies, it really reduced the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles." The formulas were those that had been studied by Tan for over 10 years, and with that, her daughter took on the business end by meeting with people in the industry, taking aromatherapy classes, and attending events like Cosmoprof in the United States and Hong Kong.

    The fact that the focus was based around this healing, natural ingredient that focused on skin health was also unique to me. Even in countries where brown skin is the norm, products designed to bleach it to a lighter state are still pretty mainstream. Though other ranges focused on skin health certainly do exist in the Philippines, you hear more about the dangers of the lightening products in the U.S. than you do about the former—kind of like how plane crashes always make national news when thousands of planes land safely every day. I expressed this to Rosalina, and she agreed that the Philippines was long overdue for its place in the global beauty market. "When I started attending Cosmoprof and the other international beauty shows, I always wondered, why were there no Philippine-made products at these exhibits?" she tells us. "We have all the raw materials here in the Philippines, and I didn't just want to export them. We wanted to develop them here. That's why I challenged my daughter to give the Philippines a place within the global brands."

    Head over to piliani.com now to check out the range.

    Source: http://www.instyle.com/beauty/pili-ani-filipino-skincare-brand


    Sep 22, 2017

    By:Nicole Fonzino

    Pili tree’s have been long revered in the Philippines. Often referred to as the “Tree of Hope” in the Bikol region, the tree’s essential oil has beneficial properties including antioxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins. Rosalina S. Tan, who was born and raised in the Philippines, believed that everyone should have access to the tree’s rewarding oil, so she set out to start an all-encompassing skincare line that not only utilized Pili Oil, but that was also environmentally sustainable. Introducing Pili Ani. 

    Throughout the entire globe, Pili Ani is the only luxury brand that is crafting products using Pili Oil. When mixed with other beneficial ingredients such as Elemi Oil, German oat extract, white truffle extracts and vitamins, Pili Ani’s premier skincare line works like magic.

    “The five piece collection addresses specific skin needs before skin type to guarantee a luxury experience that achieves healthy, radiant, youthful and moisturized skin at every age,” says the brand. “Pili Oil has been clinically found to offer higher levels of hydrating benefits to the skin than other leading exotic oil.”

    Not only are the products luxe and beneficial to anyone’s skin care routine, but Pili Ani does not forget its roots. The company supports the Bikol community back home by producing fair trade practices and local partnerships, and also created a literacy program to help Pili farmers and their children receive an education.

    From the packaging to its aromatic smells, everything about Pili Ani looks and feels luxurious. Take an in-depth look at two of the brand’s top products for yourself. 

    outhful Glow Facial Cream

    This facial cream’s combines key ingredients of pure Pili Oil, Elemi Oil and German oat extract. The end result? A face cream that helps to brighten and tighten up the skin, giving you that youthful glow everyone is set out to achieve. The Pili Oil works to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, while the Elemi Oil fights off bacterias and the oat extracts protects skin from UV rays. $110

    Beauty Elixir Facial Milk Serum

    Forget diamonds, because serums are actually a girl’s best friend. And the Beauty Elixir Facial Milk Serum is about to become a lifelong companion. With ingredients such as pure Pili Oil, Elemi Oil, Korean Akebia Quinata extract and German oat extract, this serum glides over the skin leaving a healthy glow. This serum battles collagen breakdown and cellular oxidation, and builds up elasticity and firmness. This elixir is one everyone should have mixed into their daily routine. $120 

    To learn about Pili Ani’s entire skincare collection, visit PiliAni.com

    Source: https://hudsonmod.com/article/pili-ani-secret-ingredient/

  • Pili Oil Is the New Skincare Ingredient You've Never Heard Of, but Need to Know

    As the K-beauty boom has proven, people are eager for beauty secrets from around the globe. Allow me to suggest the next location for your radar: the Philippines. It's home to Pili Ani, a brand-new skincare line that recently landed in the US.

    To you, this is an unknown brand that has yet win you over. To me, this is a major milestone. I'm overjoyed to be seeing a beauty brand come out of the country where my parents are from, especially since Pili Ani hails specifically from Bicol, the region in the Philippines where they grew up. Filipino beauty products aren't on the map as far as major US retailers go, and this collection could be the first to change that. But I digress — let's get to the goods.

    The hero ingredient of the five-piece collection of serums and creams is pili oil. It is extracted from the bark and pulp of the pili tree native to the Philippines, where it thrives best during tropical storms. Most locals recognize pili for its edible seed (I can attest that the candied version makes a scrumptious snack), but the oil is comparable to other popular, natural skincare solutions like argan and coconut oils. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins A and E, and beta carotene, pili oil is a nutrient bomb for skin.

    Ranging from $125 to $155, the products are certainly more of an investment — and they look like it, too. Every item in the line is packaged in luxe, gold-capped, tear-shaped bottles begging to be on display. I tested out the Intense Hydrating Facial Cream ($125), which immediately felt cooling to the skin and left no dry patch unsmoothed. I have a single, faint wrinkle across my forehead, and it made it disappear overnight. While the formula is definitely very rich, I like that it still feels lightweight (crucial for someone with oily skin, like me).

    "We hope that by introducing to the world the first-ever pili-based natural beauty product, it would showcase the richness and beauty of the Philippines."

    The skincare line is the brainchild of Rosalina Tan, who made her mark in the Bicol region over the past 25 years by being an advocate for organic agriculture. She originally started buying pili oil to support local farmers, then came across its benefits while experimenting with creating her own beauty products. Soon enough, she'd enlist her daughter Mary Jane Tan Ong to turn her creations into a business.

    "We hope that by introducing to the world the first-ever pili-based natural beauty product, it would showcase the richness and beauty of the Philippines," Rosalina told POPSUGAR. "Pili Ani's products do not only benefit the skin, but the community as well. From our ethical farming practices to our support of education in the community, we seek to uplift everyone's lives."

    I was already in love with Pili Ani simply for the fact that I grew up with a strong connection to Filipino culture and my pride swells for all homegrown companies. To find out that Pili Ani's products aren't only history-making but also extremely effective made me even prouder. It's about time the beauty world got on board. Shop its entire collection ahead.

    Source: https://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Pili-Ani-Filipino-Skincare-Brand-43760661


  • Pili Ani Intense Hydrating Facial Serum
    A superior moisturizer made with pili and elemi oil that absorbs deeply into the skin. This natural formula contains beta-carotene and vitamin E that help limit the production of free radicals, preventing skin damage and resulting to healthy skin....


    Main Ingredients:

    • Pili Oil – natural antioxidant, high level of hydrating and moisturizing properties
    • Elemi Oil – anti-aging, anti-bacterial and firming

    Product Type: Moisturizing

    Primary Benefits: 

    • Deeply moisturizes
    • Protects skin from pollutants (car emissions, cigarette smoke, etc.) that cause free radicals to form
    • Prevent damage to the skin's cellular DNA 
    • Contains highest concentration of pili oil
    • Rich in natural antioxidants - tocopherols (vitamin E) and beta-carotene from pili oil
    • Anti-pollution

  • Pili Ani Beauty Elixir Facial Milk Serum
    A nourishing serum that naturally reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for younger, more beautiful and firmer skin. Natural oat extracts are added to the serum to lock in even more moisture and reduce extrinsic signs of aging....

  • Beauty Elixir Facial Milk Serum



    • Pili oil - antioxidant, highly moisturizing
    • Elemi oil - firming, antibacterial


    • Akebia Quinata fruit extracts - help prevent glycation process; protect collagen formation which tightens skin 
    • Natural oat extracts - protect cells against UV radiation that cause free radicals to form, which in turn cause wrinkles; promotes healing and reduces discoloration of scars

    Product Type: Firming Serum

    Primary Benefits: 

    • Firms skin by protecting and boosting collagen formation
    • Reduces lines and wrinkles 
    • Hydrates skin cells 
    • Protects skin from sun damage and UV radiation that causes free radicals to form

  • Pili Ani Youthful Glow Facial Cream
    A powerful cream made with a combination of pili oil, elemi oil and natural oat extracts. This revitalizing formula helps prevent the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protect cells against UV radiation, for a natural and youthful glow....

  • Youthful Glow Facial Cream



    • Pili oil - antioxidant, highly moisturizing
    • Elemi oil - firming, antibacterial


    • Natural oat extracts - protect cells against UV radiation that cause free radicals to form, which in turn cause wrinkles; promotes healing and reduces discoloration of scars

    Product Type: Anti-aging Cream

    Primary Benefits: 

    • Helps prevent lines, wrinkles and age spots
    • Protects skin from sun damage and UV radiation that causes free radicals to form

  • Pili Ani Natural Radiance Facial Moisturizer Cream
    A brightening cream that works to lighten unwanted dark spots and lessen the effects of the natural darkening of the skin. This rich blend of papaya, white truffle and Korean Centella Asiatica promises smoother and brighter skin in only a few weeks....

  • Natural Radiance Facial Moisturizer Cream



    • Pili oil - antioxidant, highly moisturizing
    • Elemi oil  - firming, antibacterial


    • Papaya extracts - skin brightening, anti-irritant, antioxidant
    • White truffle - skin lightening, anti-irritant, antioxidant 
    • Centella Asiatica - antimicrobial, anti-oxidative, skin whitening

    Product Type: Skin Brightening Cream

    Primary Benefit:

    • Brightens skin tone
    • Helps lessen the natural darkening of the skin by increasing the skin's melanin content
    • Lightens dark spots
  • Pili Ani Intense Hydrating Facial Cream
    A natural skin conditioner that deeply moisturizes the skin, leaving it super soft and smooth. This combination of pili and elemi oils is enhanced with beetroot that naturally improves skin’s own<br />moisturizing power....

  • Intense Hydrating Facial Cream



    • Pili oil - antioxidant, highly moisturizing
    • Elemi oil  - firming, antibacterial


    • Beetroot extract - acts as natural skin conditioner; increases the skin's Natural Moisturizing Factor (NMF)

    Product Type: Skin Conditioning Cream / Hydrating Cream

    Primary Benefits: 

    • Deeply hydrates skin cells
    • Acts as natural skin conditioner
    • Improves the skin's own moisturizing power

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