JAN-FEB 2019

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REDNESS RELIEF 56 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 | Med Esthetics Formulated for daily as well as postprocedure use, EltaMD UV Replenish Broad-Spectrum SPF 44 is a chemical-free, 100 percent mineral sunscreen with hydrating hyaluronic acid and antioxidant protection. The oil-free formulation is water resistant and safe for all skin types. Contact: 800.633.8872, Epionce Intensive Nourishing Cream hydrates and rejuvenates damaged skin. The highly emollient formula contains date fruit, onion and meadowfoam extracts as well as yeast and potato peptides, ursolic acid and azelaic acid; used daily, it strengthens and repairs the skin barrier to reduce symptoms of rosacea while moisturizing skin and stimulating collagen synthesis. Contact: 866.374.6623, Arnica-Bromelain Complex is a natural supplement that supports recovery postprocedure. Bromelain, Arnica Montana and a rutin/citrus biofl avonoid complex reduce bruising and swelling, while zinc and vitamin C enhance wound healing and tissue repair. Contact: 866.639.6331, Active-Prep Cleanser from Envy Medical is a soap-free daily cleanser for all skin types, including sensitive skin. Featuring natural cleansing and skin-soothing ingredients such as sandalwood, chamomile, aloe barbadensis, sage leaf extract, bergamot and clover extract, the cleanser can be used at home for daily care or in the offi ce to prep skin for professional treatments. Contact: 888.848.3633, The Neova Clinical Recovery Range includes six products formulated to calm, hydrate and protect skin following microdermabrasion, laser skin resurfacing, chemical peels and laser hair removal procedures. The core ingredient of the line, Copper Peptide Complex, enhances wound healing and stimulates skin renewal. Contact: 888.966.1010,

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