Get Glossy With Gloss Skin Retexturizing Cream!

Skin care lines are doing their best to become more medically sound and less fake-in-a-jar. Everyone wishes to stand out as “The Real Deal” and most product lines are giving it an honest attempt.

One great example of a home-run hitting product that has proven itself to consumers is Gloss Skin Retexturizing Cream and Pads. It’s  main medical backbone being TCA, a “Hot Ingredient” that has been incorporated to be effective enough while still allowing for sensitive skin care users to enjoy its’ benefits.

TCA – Trichloroacetic Acid is a powerful exfoliant to make the leap from doctor’s office to drugstore.  Trichloroacetic acid-familiar from once scary in-office peels has been remixed for home use.  A mixture of TCA, antioxidants, and a mild retinoid boosts cell turnover and collagen production while giving a glow. This is what makes Gloss Cream unique!

In addition to TCA, Gloss Cream has four key ingredients that work together to make skin look younger:

1. A combination of anti-oxidant Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Ferulic acid ester to help protect against damaging free-radicals.

2. A powerful yet gentle form of Vitamin A, which decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and restores a more youthful glow.

3. Vitamin B3 to hydrate, calm redness and balance oil production.

4. Oligopeptide-68, a new peptide that helps brighten freckling and ‘age spots ‘, and even out skin tone.

Gloss Skin Retexturizing Cream can be bought at Skin NV today! We also sell Gloss Weekly Pads which enhance the effects of the cream to ensure maximum results!

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