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Renew How-To: Anti-Aging Target Solutions Facial

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
renew how-to: Anti-Aging Target
Solutions Facial
company name: Your Name Professional Brands/
target conditions: Normal, sensitive, couperose and
hyperpigmented skin.
service summary:
1. Cleanse face with Calming Chamomile Cleanser. Apply warm wet towels to open pores.
2. Perform extractions; tone with Chinese Tea Facial Rinse.
3. Mix Calming Serum and Chinese Tea Night Crème and massage into skin for 10 minutes.
4. Mix Enzymatic Powder & Activator Gel; apply to skin for 10 minutes and remove with warm water.
5. Apply Calming Gel Masque, massage for 1 minute, leave on for 5 minutes, remove with warm water. Tone skin again with Chinese Tea Facial Rinse.
6. Apply Brightening Eye Gel to entire eye area, and
Lip Correcting Concentrate to lip area.
7. Apply Wrinkle Filler to targeted areas and Brightening Essence to hyperpigmentation. Finish facial by applying Calming Chamomile Day Lotion.
recommended pricing strategy: $85-$105
treatment duration: 45-55 minutes
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