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Renew How-To: Invisible Expression Facial

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
renew how-to: Invisible Expression Facial
company: Bio-Therapeutic, Inc./800-971-6482/
target results: Tone and tighten the skin tissue.
service summary:
1. Cleanse the face, neck and décolleté with Cleanse.
2. Gently massage Exfoliate into the face, neck and décolleté.
Leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse and blot dry. Follow with Tone.
3. Apply thin layer of Hydrate to face, neck and décolleté.
4. Set Bio-Ultimate Platinum to Invisible Expression Facial Mode.
5. Using Restyfluid as a conductive medium, perform Invisible Expression Movements on eyes and forehead.
6. Apply Invisible Expression Relaxing Serum to areas of expression aging and dehydration. Target areas with specific ionization.
7. Apply Invisible Expression Relaxing Cream to areas of expression aging and dehydration. Target areas with specific ionization.
8. Apply Invisible Expression Masque to face and leave on for 7-20 minutes.
9. Apply Bio-Firm Neck and Décolleté Treatment on neck.
10. Remove masque. Apply Serum, Cream and Shade.
recommended price strategy: $65-$100
treatment duration: 45-60 minutes

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