Wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process. As people get older, their skin gets thinner, drier, and less elastic, and less able to protect itself from damage. This leads to wrinkles, creases, and lines on the skin. Environmental factors such as smoking can accelerate the development of wrinkles.
Everyday: Use Cleanser and Toner, Eye Cream, followed by Day Moisturizer -Normal to Dry
Every Evening: Cleanser and Toner, Eye Cream, Boosting Serum: Pat into skin (do not to smudge/ smear as you will remove the product rather than allowing for absorption). Followed by Hydracine Evening Moisturizer, (do not to smudge/ smear as you will remove the product rather than allowing for absorption)
*A few drops of Vitamin C Omega Oil can be blended with your day and evening moisturizer daily.
Every Second Evening: Nourishing Masque should be applied over the evening moisturizer (to be left on through the evening).
Exfoliate Twice a Week: After cleaning the skin with cleanser, gently massage Glycolic Exfoliant throughout. Leave on skin for 2-5 minutes depending on the sensitivity of your skin. It is important to leave the product on allowing it to penetrate deep into the epidermis. If skin becomes red or irritated wash off with warm water.
Months End: Use all three Exfoliants; Glycolic Exfoliant, Intensive Exfoliant Peel and Brightening Exfoliant for a combined exfoliation treatment.
First exfoliate with Glycolic Exfoliant, follow with Intensive Exfoliant Peel then complete with Brightening Exfoliant.
For Brightening Exfoliant: apply throughout and leave on for 15 minutes. Do not allow exfoliant to become dry, spray Soothing Lotion over exfoliant as needed.
After the exfoliation treatment, apply Eye Cream, Boosting Serum, Evening Moisturizer and Nourishing Masque. (Nourishing Masque needs to be used in conjunction with monthly exfoliant treatment).
*Do not use exfoliant treatment before or after shower. To be used one hour before or after as the heat will make skin sensitive.
**There is no need to use Toner during exfoliation treatment