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Skin pigmentation, dark spots, or patches, can be caused by many things from UV exposure, the after effects of a breakout, or hormones. This kit will provide your clients with home care tools to refine and lift pigmentation for healthy, glowing skin.

Active botanicals of grapefruit, lemon, and yucca cleanse and brighten. Powerful alpha and beta hydroxy acids join forces with natural lighteners to deliver effective lightening results. Potent antioxidants, green tea, and Vitamins C & E restore healthy skin and fight the signs of aging.


This kit equips your client with:

  • 6.4 oz Green Tea Citrus Cleanser
  • 2 oz Glycolic Cleanser
  • 1.7 oz Retinol 2% Exfoliating Scrub/Mask
  • Glycolic and Retinol Pads – 50 pads
  • 3.3 oz Cucumber Hydration Toner
  • 1 oz Citrus-C Nourishing Cream
  • 1.7 oz Cacteen Balancing Moisturizer
  • 2 oz Sheer Protection SPF 30



Tips for Use: 


Cleanse: Green Tea Citrus Cleanser

Cleanse: Glycolic Cleanser – Use 2 to 3 times per week in lieu of Green Tea Citrus Cleanser

Exfoliate: Retinol 2% Exfoliating Scrub – Use 2 to 3 times per week

Tone: Glycolic and Retinol Pads – Use 2 times per day directly on pigment until lifted

Tone: Cucumber Hydration Toner- Use in lieu of Glycolic and Retinol Pads for hydration

Treat: Citrus-C Nourishing Cream

Hydrate: Cacteen Balancing Moisturizer

Protect: Sunscreen



Cleanse: Green Tea Citrus Cleanser

Tone: Glycolic and Retinol Pads – Use 2 times per day directly on pigment until lifted

Treat: Citrus-C Nourishing Cream

Hydrate: Cacteen Balancing Moisturizer


Peel Homecare Notes: 

With glycolic and lactic peels, there should be little to no flaking; it is a micro peel and you do receive shedding, just at a microscopic level.  Keep in mind with glycolic or lactic peels that it is a series of peels to achieve your desired results.  You do not necessarily have to discontinue the pre-peel care during these light peels.  It is important that you always use sunscreen of at least SPF 15.

With salicylic or TCA peels, there is flaking.  Every person is different on how much peeling or flaking he/she will receive.  After a salicylic or TCA peel, it is important to follow these instructions.

  • Exercise, sauna, whirlpool, and hot tub should be avoided (perspiration is salty and can cause drying and flaking of the skin); it is preferable to wait until the peeling process is complete (generally 7-10 days).
  • If small patches of irritation occur, apply hydrocortisone cream on the area for 2-3 days. DO NOT PULL ANY SKIN OFF YOUR FACE – NO MATTER HOW SMALL THE AREA.  Skin needs to flake off, not pulled off.  This cortisone 1% cream is available at a local pharmacy.
  • It is within normal limits to experience a slight crusting of the face; also, some discoloration may occur. All these occurrences are temporary.  Remember that we are chemically burning the skin, so it dries and flakes off.

What to expect after a salicylic or TCA peel:

Day 1:  Pink to red skin.

Day 2:  Skin looks normal but starting to look brown.

Day 3:  Skin looks brown, and wrinkly.  This is the effect of the chemical peel; it will flake off!

Day 4:  Skin is beginning to crack, and the start of peeling occurs.  Do not pick.

Days 5-7:  Skin is flaking and peeling off.  Do not pick.  New, fresh skin is revealed.

Days 8-10:  Cheeks and forehead will continue to slough, but the results of the peel are being seen with fresh, healthy skin.

Hyperpigmentation:Post/Pre-Peel Care Kit

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