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Jevelle Fine Skin Care

Renewed Radiance Skin Peel, Exfoliating Cream
Revitalizes, Clears
& Brightens the skin.

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Renewed Radiance
Skin Peel Cream

1.5 oz.. Item # JE218



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  • One of the best things you can do for your skin!

  • The next best thing to a professional salon treatment.

  • Shows Immediate Results!

  • Dissolves lifeless skin cells and helps eliminate impurities.

  • Super effective for Ethnic skin type, removes traces of "ashiness".

  • Exfoliation is now recommended by dermatologists as part of their acne-treatment program; as well as for aging skin. Retin-A, Glycolic Acid and deeper exfoliants brought the term to prominence.

Peeling is a European term for one of the most unique European items in the entire cosmetic field. THIS IS NOT A HARSH CHEMICAL PEEL. It doesn't "peel skin" as we know it, but gently lifts off more hardened, dried skin cells than can be achieved by scrubs or any other "exfoliating" product.

Dead-cell accumulation prevents treatment products from penetrating and keeps skin tone from looking fresh and vibrant. For aging and problem skin, PEEL is absolutely vital ; it offers multiple benefits, which one can see and feel with just one application. Used by Europe's top Skin Treatment Specialists as a supplementary cleansing step in any skin care program.

Directions:____________________________________________________ Once or twice a week, apply a light coat of Renewed Radiance all over cleansed face and throat. Allow to dry 3-5 minutes, then rub off with fingers. For greater ease of rub-off, try using a DRY wash cloth or cosmetic sponge in a circular motion. If you want a "mini-facial" at home, follow with a mask. Excellent for use with glycolics to speed up exfoliating action.

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