Combat Aging: Potent Serums To Change Skin

Friday, August 11, 2017

There are several major skin care concerns that are expressed by day spa clients on a regular basis.  The majority of clients in the U.S. skincare market list anti-aging as their overall area of concern.  However, within that overall category, many clients list out specific issues with their skin that they would like to address.

 

Tone and texture tend to be the overwhelming areas that day spa customers are looking to address.  We see this in the types of spa treatments that are popular right now.  Chemical peels for hyperpigmentation and resurfacing are a huge part of the spa industry.  Manual resurfacing treatments such as microdermabrasion, lasers high frequency tools are also very popular.  We’re also seeing more spas offering LED light therapy.  These services all focus on correcting hyperpigmentation, smoothing out texture and minimizing fine lines and wrinkles. 

 

These services can be even more effective with done in conjunction with a targeted home care regiment.  There is so much sophisticated science and technology available on today’s skincare market. We have access to ingredients such as (vitamins, peptides and stem cells) that can bring about change to the skin.  These ingredients literally begin the correction process on a microscopic cellular level, protecting cells and helping them to function more efficiently.  When skin cells are able to function better, it creates a positive environment conducive to positive skin attributes.  The skin is firmer, more even toned and has fewer fine lines. 

 

We have selected 5 of our most efficacious serums that we have seen, time and again, to provide lasting and noticeable results. 

 

5 Targeting Treatments You Must Have

 

1.  A-Limaline
Suspended in Japanese Green Tea, this multi-tasking serum contains AHA’s and BHA’s to help minimize acne breakouts and fine lines. Formulated to exfoliate dead skin cells, A-Limaline will leave skin feeling radiant.

 

2.  C • Stem

This first-ever serum is an advanced recovery antioxidant treatment for age prevention with breakthrough technology that combines 15% L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), 1% Alpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E), and 2% Ferulic Acid for advanced performance.

 

3. AU 24K Serum

This serum stimulates cellular growth of the basal layer to regenerate healthy, firm skin cells. It helps to promote circulation, de-stress compromised cells, and leave the skin full of vitality.

 

4.  Active Vitamin Lift Serum

Active Vitamin Lift delivers a blend of concentrated vitamins combined with Rare Swiss Apple Stem cells and peptides that help combat chronological aging and wrinkle formation.

 

 

5.  Radiant C • Brighten

Radiant C Brighten is a lightweight lotion designed to alleviate hyperpigmentation and other skin discolorations. Great for aging skin with wrinkles and uneven skin tone.

 

These 5 Serums are truly exceptional.  They offer your client the ability to achieve their skincare goal by targeting specific needs.  No matter if they need cellular turnover, enhanced antioxidant protection, increased circulation or more even skin tone there is something for you.  These 5 Targeted Treatment Serums make excellent additions to any spa retail area.  You can even combine them to help clients achieve even better results. 

  

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