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Renew How-To: Oxygenation Facial

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
renew how-to: Oxygenation Facial
company: Bioelements/800-433-6650/
target conditions: Prematurely aging, resistive or sluggish skin.
service summary:
1. Cleanse skin with appropriate Bioelements Cleanser,
then spritz with Equalizer. Apply Lip Buff and massage
for 1 minute, then remove with damp gauze pad.
2. Apply Extra-Strength EnzymeTherapy and Softening Gel exfoliation treatment. Steam for 5-10 minutes.
3. Remove EnzymeTherapy and apply a thin layer of Oxygenation creme. Place an Occlusion Mask directly over Oxygenation for 5 minutes. Remove mask and
perform extractions.
4. Blot skin with antibacterial Active Astringent, then apply Trissage triple-action massage creme. Massage for 6-8 minutes. Remove excess.
5. Apply Oxygen Cocktail, then Oxygenation and Gel Therapy. Place an Occlusion Mask over layers. Leave on 10 minutes, then peel off. Remove excess and spritz with Equalizer.
6. Apply Oxygen Cocktail. Follow with an application of Oxygenation créme. Then, apply Complexion Color Tinted Treatments to face, lips and eye area.
recommended pricing strategy: $75-$100
treatment duration: 60 minutes
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