Too often do makeup products leave us disappointed with unwanted after effects, such as greasy skin, clogged pores or unsightly breakouts! Oxygenetix is an amazing product because it is a make-up that is actually good for the skin, all skin types, especially acne and rosacea prone clients.
Oxygenetix can be used immediately post laser and peel treatments. Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation not only acts as a full coverage foundation, but also works to help heal and reduce procedural scars.
This daily, skin friendly, breathable foundation covers and treats a variety of skin problems: skin injuries, wounds, rashes, cracked, dry skin, acne scars, rosacea and other skin conditions.
How does this magical makeup work? To get technical for a second, “Ceravitae”, the super charged oxygen complex in Breathable foundation, proliferates collagen cell and connective tissue growth in aging or wounded skin.
We know our love for this product is shared because it was featured on a segment of the popular medical TV series The Doctors! Watch Here!
The good news doesn’t stop. Additional Oxygenetix benefits include:
• Non-Comedogenic (it won’t clog pores)
• Fragrance -Free
• Organically certified ingredients
• Contains SPF 25 (for UVA/UVB sun protection)
• Not drying – allows retention of natural fluids – even following aggressive resurfacing.
• Hypoallergenic (less allergic reactions than with other cosmetics)
• Non-irritating to sensitive skin (safe to use it after most cosmetic procedures).
Andrew Ordon, M.D., F.A.C.S, Host of the daytime series The Doctors says,
“Oxygenetix is the best makeup available to patients after a procedure. There’s no other product that has the healing and protective qualities the skin needs immediately after an aesthetic procedure. It also provides coverage that can stand up comfortably to the bright lights of a Hollywood set.”
Let Skin NV share this amazing product with you today! We love making you feel beautiful and want you always feeling your best! Call us today at 813.839.4141 or email us at info@skinnv for more information.