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Epidermal Peel Kit
Purify. Illuminate. Renew
*HerWorld’s Editor’s Choice Beauty Award 2013 winner*
Unearth Your Desire For Luminous Skin. Elegant in its simplicity.
The Epidermal Peel Cream spreads thinly over your skin but deeply exfoliates dead skin cells, breaks down superficial melanin and at the same time stimulates the skin growth cells at the basil layer. This instantly giving your skin a fresher, brighter and smoother complexion.
The key, however, lies in the Epidermal Lotion which calms and soothes your skin right after the peel. Containing special soothing ingredients, the lotion rebalances the PH value and leaves your skin beautiful without any discomfort.
After cleansing, apply a thin layer of the peel cream evenly on dry skin. Avoid all eyes, lips and broken skin areas. Leave peel cream on for 1 to 5 minutes. Do not exceed 5 minutes. Then proceed to Step 2.
Apply lotion on 2 to 3 cotton pads until completely damp but not dripping. Place cotton pad on skin and wipe over applicable areas 2 to 3 times. Leave on until skin is soft and comfortable. Avoid all eyes, lips and broken skin areas.
Pigmented Skin: Apply on spot locations 3 times a week
Blackheads: Apply 3 consecutive days on specific locations. After first week, apply 1 to 2 times weekly
Dull Skin: Apply on whole face weekly
*When in doubt, consult your JYUNKA specialist
How the Key Ingredients Work
It has the ability to radically improve the overall appearance and texture of the skin.
The properties are as follows:
Exfoliation - shifts dead skin cells and speeds up cellular renewal.
Hydration - Constant use increases hydration levels in the skin.
Firming - helps to soften fine lines, wrinkles, and firm the skin while stimulating collagen.
Transportation - it has the ability to penetrate through the skin with ease, pulling ingredients such as antioxidants, botanicals and peptides deeper into the skin.
Softens pigmentation - melts away surface pigment creating a more even toned complexion. It also helps to soften acne scarring.