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Focus Care™ Radiance+ Mela-Fade Serum System A+B Environ

Focus Care™ Radiance+ Mela-Fade Serum System A+B Environ

Environ release the NEW innovative 2 part Mela-Fade Serum System which contains a concentrated blend of vitamins and botanicals to assist in targeting and in improving the appearance of pigmentation and sun damage, giving the skin looking more evenly toned and healthier.

Serum A – Biobenefinity – Extract from leaves of the artichoke plant – Lactic Acid – Protects against photoageing and pigmentation
Serum B – Clairju (Plum), Neem Leaf Liquid & honeybush Extract – Helps to suppress melanin production

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£59.40

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Weight150 g
Dimensions175 × 75 × 75 mm
How to use

Pre-cleanse, cleanse and tone with your preferred Environ products.
Mix and apply equal amounts of Serums A and B to the darkened areas of skin before moisturising with your recommended Environ vitamin A moisturiser and applying a sunscreen.
Use morning and evening.

*For advanced Environ users: Optimal results can be achieved by including the use of the DF Mobile Skincare Device, Cosmetic Focus-CIT®, Cosmetic Roll-CIT® or Cosmetic Gold Roll-CIT® into your daily skincare routine in the evening.

Size

2x30ml

Benefits

Combining two serums, Serum A & Serum B this system works by using lactic acid and complex botanicals to inhibit pigmentation developing, controlling damaged cells responsible for pigmentation development and lightens and brightens the overall appearance of the skin resulting in a noticeable reduction in darker spots.

Perfect For-

Hyperpigmentation
Uneven Skintone
Sundamage

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