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Renew How-To: Sea Salt Glow Full Body Exfoliation

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
company: Avancé Skincare/800-777-SKIN/
target conditions: Dry, dehydrated skin; skin lacking tone.
service summary:
1. Apply Body Balancing Remedy along the spine using upward movements. Encourage the client to take some deep breaths.
2. Begin dry brushing.
3. Apply Sea Salt Glow to the body starting at the feet and working upwards.
4. Once applied, wrap the client in Mylar and cocoon for 15-20 minutes to allow the marine extracts to further detoxify. While wrapped, perform a relaxing scalp or foot massage.
5. Unwrap the client. Remove exfoliant from the body with warm towels or a Vichy shower.
6. Finish by applying a combination of Essence of Algae and Hydrating Body Silk.
recommended pricing strategy: $75-$150
treatment duration: 60 minutes

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