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Renew How-To: Hydrating Facial

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM

renew how-to: Hydrating Facial
company: Grafton Cosmetics/800-662-5387/
target results: To hydrate and revitalize tired and dry skin.
service summary:
1. Wash and sanitize hands. Remove make-up with Grafton's Antioxidant Cleansing Cream.
2. Cleanse face with Grafton's Avocado Hydrating Cleanser fortified with vitamins B2, A, D and E.
3. Follow with Grafton's Panthenol Toner to restore skin's natural pH balance.
4. Apply Grafton's H20 mask to hydrate and balance the skin's moisture level.
5. Follow with Grafton's Ceramide Skin Therapy, which
helps maintain skin's natural moisture, firmness and
elasticity, thereby reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Also apply to neck area.
recommended pricing strategy: $50-$75
treatment duration: 30 minutes

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