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Renew How-To: Enzymatic Sea Mud Pack

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM

renew how-to: Enzymatic Sea Mud Pack

company: Dermalogica/800-831-5150/

target results: A purifying seaweed and mineral mud poultice, infused with fruit enzymes and aromatic botanical extracts, resulting in deeply detoxifying relief for stressed-out city skin.

service summary:

1. Consult with client and complete Face Mapping card, noting any contraindications. Prevent contact with lightened and chemically processed hair.

2.Pour one scoop (one-half cup) of Enzymatic Sea Mud Pack into Body Pack Bowl.

3.Mix with hot water to form a thin, spreadable paste. Customize with 10 drops of Toxin Relief Treatment Oil or Stress Relief Treatment Oil.

4.Using sweeping movements, apply mixture to the entire body, using your hands or brush. Wrap in Body Pack Film, metallic spa sheet and wool insulation blanket.

5. Allow client to rest for 20 minutes, then remove wrappings. Client may then shower, or the mud may be removed with warm steamed towels if preferred.

6.Finish with Body Hydrating Cream or with Ultra Rich Body Cream customized with Toxin Relief Treatment Oil.

recommended pricing strategy: $75

treatment duration:  45 minutes


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