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Renew How-To: Firm and Tone Body Treatment

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
company: Murad/800-242-1103/
target results: For cellulite prone zones, this treatment decreases the appearance of cellulite while improving firmness.
service summary:
1. With client lying on back, drape with modesty towel. Mix generous amount of Activating Body Scrub with warm water, cleanse in upward direction from knee to outer thigh. Remove with warm towel. Cover leg and begin next.
2. Mix Firm and Tone Professional Treatment Powder and Activator Gel. Apply half of product per leg, massage in until clear, using spreading movements. Cover and repeat on other leg.
3. Remove with warm towels and blot dry.
4. Apply Firm and Tone Serum; massage in well.
5. Apply Body Firming Cream starting from calf area
moving upwards.
6. Recommend Firm and Tone Dietary Supplement Pack for internal support.
recommended pricing strategy: $95 each; a series is recommended for optimal results.
treatment duration: 60 minutes
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