Basics of Skin Care

Nikua Skin Cell Renewal program covers three basics of facial skin care; cleanse, tone, and moisturize, all working together to provide visible improvement in skin smoothness, reduction in blemishes, more even skin tone, and improved skin brightness after one month of regular use.

A comprehensive 3-part approach of cleanser, toner, and moisturizer provides optimal anti-aging effects because the action of each step enhances and extends overall skin health benefits, while reducing new aging effects from exposure to sunlight and air pollution.

Step 1 – Cleanse:

Remove makeup and debris gently with Lemon Cream Facial Cleanser.  Initial cleansing prepares the face for the exfoliating scrub. Lemon Cream Facial Cleanser is gentle enough to use morning and night.  

Firming Tangerine Micro-Dermabrasion Scrub exfoliates skin to clear away dull skin and unclog pores. Tangerine oil has antiseptic skin cleansing action to reduce skin impurities and reduce oily skin and acne. Exfoliating cleanser primes the skin to receive skin strengthening and antioxidant benefits to come. 

Step 2 - Toner:

Energizing Skin Firming Toner tightens the skin to minimize the size of pores while correcting the skins pH and removing traces of makeup and oil. MSM helps to fortify the extracellular matrix of collagen while calming white willow bark extract speeds skin repair and reduces redness from exfoliation.

Step 3 - Serum Moisturizer:

Sun-Protective Sweet Orange Facial Serum is effective as a stand-alone moisturizer to deliver smoother skin and reduce fine wrinkles. Used in combination with exfoliating cleanser and skin strengthening toner, visible improvement in the signs of aging result from the action of Coenzyme Q10 to energize skin cells and improve skin elasticity. No moisturizing serum should be without hyaluronic acid, a component of natural moisturizing factor. Tamanu oil protects the skin from new photo-damage and restores skin health.

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