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Brighter Days Ahead - Color Me Beautiful

Brighter Days Ahead

Item #: (22-04036) (22-04041) (22-04082)(22-04001)(22-04021)
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This collection of highly effective products offers a ritual to purify, polish, and nourish your skin.

Ingredients

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice - Extract of the Aloe Vera leaf, rich in Amino Acids, enzymes and various mineral salts. It promotes cell structure, smooths and soothes

Papain – A Papaya Enzyme with the ability to dissolve keratin. This is a gentle exfoliant. Papain can be irritating to the skin.

Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) – An antioxidant that aids prevent unsaturated oils and sebum from becoming rancid. It is considered a noncomedogenic raw material.

Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A) – A skin conditioner, this retinoid is considered a milder version of retinoic acid, given its conversion properties. Once in the skin, it converts to retinol, which in turn converts to retinoic acid. It is credited with increasing epidermal thickness, stimulating the production of more epidermal protein and increasing skin elasticity.

Horse Chestnut Extract & Arnica Flower Extract – Decongesting and purifying. Anti-inflammatory, wound healing.

Papain – A Papaya Enzyme with the ability to dissolve keratin. This is a gentle exfoliant. Papain can be irritating to the skin.

Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract – Considered having astringent, antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, stimulating, softening, invigorating and healing properties.

Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) – Considered the most important oil-soluble antioxidant and free radical scavenger. As a moisturizer Vitamin E is well absorbed through the skin while improving the appearance of rough, dry and damanged skin.

Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A) – A skin conditioner, this retinoid is considered a milder version of retinoic acid, given its conversion properties. Once in the skin, it converts to retinol, which in turn converts to retinoic acid. It is credited with increasing epidermal thickness, stimulating the production of more epidermal protein and increasing skin elasticity.