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Stimulate & Renew
Combination of enzymes with acids with its stimulating exfoliating mask that unclogs pores and leaves skin dramatically softer.
Smoother Skin Is Just A Mask Away
Polish away dull surface cells and pore-clogging impurities with a nourishing combination of cranberry enzymes and lactic acid. This gentle exfoliating mask leaves skin dramatically softer and plump with the help of hydration-boosting Gluconic Acid. Pure Enzymes also helps protect your skin from environmental stressors that can impair the skin’s radiance.
- Helps to even skin tone by reducing the look of acne scars, dark spots and hyper-pigmentation.
- Free radical-fighting antioxidants defend skin from environmental stress that can cause inflammation and damage to collagen and elastin.
- A combination of science and botanical ingredients help firm skin and smooth lines and wrinkles.
Acne is caused when oil, hair and dead skin cells clog pores. Ingredients such as Salicylic Acid and AGP Complex help stimulate cell turnover to curb breakouts.
Formulated free of petroleum-based oils to gently nourish skin without clogging pores.
Improved texture and proper product absorption is due to exfoliation. When the surface layer of the skin is removed, fresh skin is revealed and can absorb active ingredients easier.
For those with severe gluten sensitivities or Dermatitis Herpetiformis, rest assured this product is gluten free.
Incorporating Nobel Prize-winning technologies with pure botanical ingredients is the key to creating real change with COSMEDIX skincare. This intersection of science and nature is what makes COSMEDIX a leader in the industry and trusted by physicians, aestheticians and consumers worldwide.
Apply a small amount onto clean skin one to two times weekly, as needed. Leave on for 3-10 minutes. Rinse with water and follow with serums, and moisturizer.
We do not recommend this product for use in the AM as it may cause skin sensitivity to sun exposure.