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skinmedica-aha-bha-creamSkinMedica AHA/BHA Cream
A rich cream that combines alpha and beta hydroxy acids to deliver effective exfoliation and efficiently remove dead skin cells to reveal fresh, healthy skin. Enriched with vitamins C and E, this anti-wrinkle cream diminishes fine lines and hyperpigmenation, while nourishing and protecting the skin from free radical damage. The formula promotes a smoother and softer texture as well as a more even tone. Because it contains hydrating ingredients and antioxidants, this moisturizer will cause less irritation, redness or flaking than many other exfoliating products.

• Vitamin E nourishes and defends against free radical damage
• Pro-vitamin B5 binds moisture to skin to keep the complexion hydrated
• Lactic, glycolic, citric and malic acids soften and smooth skin


skinmedica-aha-bha-exfoliating-cleanserAHA/BHA Exfoliating Cleanser
Revitalizes skin by gently exfoliating and polishing away dullness. Three exfoliating agents—salicylic acid, lactic acid, and glycolic acid—reveal younger-looking skin by loosening dull buildup on the skin’s surface. Jojoba beads polish away debris, dryness, and roughness while botanical extracts of bilberry and licorice reduce hyperpigmentation. Lavender extracts tone and soothe inflammation. Mildly astringent citrus oils minimize large pores for a radiant and refreshed appearance.


Lytera® 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum
 Lytera-2.0 product
The advanced formulation of Lytera® 2.0 addresses even the most stubborn discoloration, regardless of skin type or tone. Scientifically tested in 9 clinical studies, Lytera® 2.0 has demonstrated visible correction in as early as 2 weeks with progressively dramatic results at 12 weeks and beyond. Clinically shown to work well alone as well as optimize the results of other common treatment regimens.

Many things can influence your skin’s natural color. Discoloration can be caused by either external or internal factors. External factors could be sun exposure and pollution, while internal factors could be ethnicity and hormones.