- Rich, lathering creamy cleanser
- Only a tiny dollup will cleanse the face and neck twice
- Gentle, hydrating cleanser safe for twice daily use
- Kiss of hyaluronic acid to seal in moisture
- Quickly removes makeup, dirt, and oil and leaves face smooth and clean
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The #1 beauty trend this year is science-based skincare! Real Chemistry has been providing cutting edge science-based skincare for more than 10 years! Ingredients are still important so clean beauty and cruelty free testing remain essential! Men’s skincare and even vegan skincare is now science-based.
Science-based skincare has become synonymous with self-care. Allure reported recently that Sephora, Dermstore, and Ulta are going to be launching science based skincare education. EU brands like Le Mer and trend setters like Drunk Elephant are stepping up as well.
Real Chemistry offers a powerful acid-free exfoliant, the Luminous 3 Minute Peel. Real Chemistry’s family of exfoliators address acne, dry skin (even eczema), ingrown hair, effective shaving, the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles, pimples or blemishes on the face without the need for lactic acid, salicylic acid, or harsh abrasives or painful treatments like dermabrasion.
Bridal magazines and wedding planners now suggest that the entire wedding party use a Real Chemistry science-based skincare routine for at least 3 months before the wedding. The bride and the entire bridal party will be radiant on the big day and the expensive photography that lasts a lifetime, will be optimized and leveraged to every extent possible.
Real Chemistry offers a facial peel, a body peel a moisturizer, a cleanser, a serum, a mask, and soon, a lash growth serum. The antioxidants in the treatment line boost DNA repair and help skin recover faster from the daily assault from the environment, including pollution and radiation. Radiance is available to all skin types, including combination skin and sensitive skin.
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