Treatment Prep 4-Piece Essentials Kit
PURITY CLEAN, SIMPLY BRILLIANT, DEFINE, HYDRATE+
Peel Prep Made Easy Prepare your skin for the next step in your COSMEDIX treatment plan with this 4-piece kit. Inside you will find all the essentials to help loosen and exfoliate away dead and damaged skin, while also helping to improve skin tone and restore hydration. It even includes sunscreen to help protect new skin from sunburn and prevent future damage caused by UV rays. Within 10 to 30 days, your skin will be prepared for an aesthetician-approved level 2 treatment.
WHAT’S INSIDE? Purity Clean | EXFOLIATING CLEANSER Exfoliates, decongests pores, and cleanses skin of surface oil and impurities. Simply Brilliant | 24/7 BRIGHTENING TREATMENT Fight the look of discoloration with ten skin-specific brightening ingredients while aiding in the prevention of future sunlight-induced pigmentation. Define | AGE-DEFYING TREATMENT WITH HYDROXY ACIDS & RETINOL Retinol and AHAs encourage skin renewal to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and imperfections while evening skin tone and improving moisture retention. Hydrate+ | BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 17 MOISTURIZING SUNSCREEN A moisturizing, daily sunscreen with broad spectrum protection and antioxidants.
APPLICATION: Day: Step 1: Moisten hands and face. Add a small amount of Purity Clean and work into lather to cleanse skin. Rinse with water. Step 2: Apply a small amount of Simply Brilliant to cleansed and toned skin. Step 3:Apply Hydrate + liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply at least every 2 hours especially if swimming or sweating. Ask a doctor if using on children under 6 months.
Night: Step 1: Apply a small amount of Define 2-4 times weekly as tolerated after cleansing with Purity Clean and toning skin. Step 2: Follow with your favorite nighttime moisturizer.If you’re in need of a little self-care (and aren’t we all these days?), look no further than Rockridge Day Spa to relax and rejuvenate. You can visit their store here to make appointments and buy products or find more of their stuff here on Keep Oakland Alive.