Exfol-A Level II
Exfol-A Level II Vivant Skincare Beautify Your Skin
Great for Acne Impacted and Inflamed pores!
The skin care prerequisites for this Vitamin A renewal therapy “Exfol-A” are for skins already accustomed to Vivant’s “Derm-A-Gel” or “Derm-A-Renew”. The advanced formula improves skins texture by shedding away dead skin cells, reducing acne scars, diminishing wrinkles, inspiring cell restoration, and tackling hyperpigmentation. All these advantages in “Exfol-A” by utilizing a powerful blend of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and pro-brightening ingredients such as, but not limited to glycolic acid which is naturally derived from the sugar cane!
Begin usage every other day and build up to once or twice daily. Apply a dime-size amount over the entire area (no spot treating). Allow product to dry for a few minutes before applying other additional products. Refer to detailed regimen directions from your Esthetician.
What to Expect: Skin immediately starts to repair. When used daily, skin will take on rosy glow. Benefits can be seen in less than two weeks. Mild irritation and light peeling is normal. If this occurs, skip a few days and restart every other day. Once skin has acclimated to Exfol-A™, graduate to Exfol-A™ Forté.
Retinyl Propionate (Vitamin A): Developed and patented by Dr. James E. Fulton, the most effective non-prescription retinoid available. Helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while protecting from further photo-aging and free radical damage.
Lactic Acid: Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) derived from fermented milk. Gentler than other AHAs. Exfoliates dead skin, encourages cell renewal, aids in regulating pH and acts as moisture binder.
Kojic Acid: Brightens and protects against sun damage.
Urea: Promotes rehydration in skin.
Niacinamide: A water-soluble form of Vitamin B with firming effect and anti-inflammatory properties.
Glycolic Acid: An amino acid naturally derived from sugar cane. Exfoliates skin and encourages cell renewal. Also helps lighten skin discoloration.
Glycine: A naturally occurring amino acid and a basic building block of proteins.