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Cane & Austin RETEXTURIZING TREATMENT PADS

Cane & Austin Retexturizing Glycolic Treatment Pads with 10% Glycolic Acid is a one step, at home treatment. Using pure, active pharmaceutical grade ingredients derived from natural sugar cane, the pads gently exfoliate and retexture skin while helping to rebuild collagen, revealing a clearer, more radiant complexion. Liposomal vitamins A, C, E, CoQ10, and anti-oxidants help protect skin against free radical damage while witch hazel noticeably tones and tightens the skin. In addition, this potent formula reduces pore size, wrinkles, and acne scarring and is clinically proven to provide anti-aging benefits.

In clinical trials, 87% of panelists visibly noticed a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles and saw a significant improvement in skin’s firmness, tone and texture. In addition, after 28 days, 70% of the panelists noticed a dramatic reduction in skin discoloration and age spots, and experienced a 100% increase in luminosity. 91% noticed a reduction in pore size.

Retexturizing Treatment Pads:

* Improves skin’s texture, tone, and appearance * Clinically proven to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores and

acne scarring, along with other anti-aging benefits

* Effective in reversing sun damage and correcting hyper-

pigmentation and skin discoloration

* Contains liposomal vitamins A, C, E, CoQ10, and anti-oxidants to

protect skin from free radical damage

* Not irritating and perfect for at home daily use

* Recommended for all skin types

* A pH of 4.0 to 4.5 provides balanced results

Cane + Austin Retexturizing Treatment Pads are $60.00 (60 Pads) and available at Bluemercury, Henri Bendel and Space NK, as well as Beauty.com, BeautyBar.com, SkinStore.com and CaneAndAustin.com


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