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Beauty

At-Home Skin Treatments On The Rise

Posted: 1/11/2013

Consumers and industry experts alike are seeing an increased demand for affordable at-home products
Consumers and industry experts alike are seeing an increased demand for affordable at-home products.

(NAPSI)—While most people want smoother, brighter, more radiant skin, not everyone wants or can afford an in-office skin treatment. Fortunately, you don’t have to have one. There are safe, affordable products with which you can get visible results at home.

Dr. Jody Levine, a New York−based board-certified dermatologist, says, “While many could benefit from the use of an in-office chemical peel to achieve more radiant-looking skin, that’s not always an option. It’s in these cases that I recommend the use of a gentle at-home peel, like Algenist Triple-Action Micropolish & Peel, to provide the retexturizing and brightening agents the skin needs, without the risk of redness or irritation.”

Clinically proven to improve skin texture and tone, visibly reduce lines and wrinkles and boost skin radiance within just 10 days of use, “This peel is truly unique as it combines mechanical microdermabrasion with a chemical peel that is gentle enough to use up to two times a week. You are able to achieve the results you want without the side effects you don’t,” adds Dr. Levine.

You can find this product at www.Algenist.com, Sephora and QVC.

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