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  • Improves the look of multiple signs of aging and brightens an uneven skin tone

  • Prevents and repairs damage to the skin

  • Diminishes the appearance of dark spots

Vitamin C is found in many different types of products.  From eye creams and scrubs to serums and moisturizers, vitamin C is easy to fit into your current routine.


Because vitamin C is both preventative and reparative, you can use it during the day for antioxidant protection and again at night while your skin repairs and regenerates.


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  • Reduces the appearance of scarring and discoloration

  • Diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Reveals skins natural glow



Glycolic acid is your best friend when it comes to exfoliation, removing the outermost layer of skin to reveal fresh, bright, smooth, and rejuvenated skin.  


Like all types of exfoliating products, start slow.  Too much expoliation can cause irritation.  Begin integrating products with glycolic acid into your routine once or twice a week to start.  


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  • Prevent wrinkles and sagging

  • Retain bounce and plumpness

  • Shields against environmental damage

  • Minimizes the appearance of pores

  • Can help clear acne and diminish acne scars



Think of your skin as a mattress, and collagen represents the springs inside.  Over time, the springs lose their bounce, and your mattress may start to sag.  Your skin works the same way.  Over time, the lower layers of the skin lose their elasticity and bounce resulting in lines and wrinkles.  Retinol helps boost collagen production and bring back the bounce!


Retinol is found many different formulas including serums, lotions, and creams, but there are some things to consider when adding a retinol product to your routine.  Using retinol can cause skin sensitivity if overused and causes sun sensitivity.  Start using a retinol product once or twice a week, and remember to use an SPF while using it.