WHAT IT IS: A rejuvenating polish that instantly resurfaces and retextures your skin all in a matter of minutes, working to eliminate blotchy, discolored skin to reveal a natural, radiant glow - right at your fingertips. See (and feel) the difference in minutes. Size: 70g
WHAT IT DOES: Retextures skin to reveal a smooth and even appearance with uniformly calibrated diamond-shaped crystals that provide precise and even skin resurfacing. Illuminates and rejuvenates dull, dry, lifeless skin, restoring a healthy glow. Improves circulation and the production of elastin and collagen with Active Massage Beads encapsulated in Jojoba, which helps repair skin damage due to aging, sun exposure and environmental aggressors. Decongests acne-prone skin and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, sun spots, blemishes, hyper-pigmentation, and enlarged pores. It's entirely non-abrasive and void of irritation.
HOW TO USE IT: Apply a quarter size amount to warm, damp skin. Gently massage in an upward, circular motion for 1-2 minutes. Rinse with water. Use 2-3 times per week.
WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW: Clinical studies conducted in 28 days saw a 55% reduction of age spots, 35% reduction of scar intensity, 41% reduction in surface roughness and 37% reduction in sebum content.
Brand: Freeze 24▪7
Origin: United States
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