The best facial routine for a client with pigmentation

Clients with pigmentation issues require targeted treatments to be incorporated into their facials. Try this routine next time you’re performing a facial on someone with pigmentation listed as one of their skin concerns.

Start by using The Cleansing Balm.

Thoroughly rub this into the skin for approximately a minute, then apply wet hands to turn the balm into a cleansing milk which removes dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells and traces of pollutants. Inca Inchi Oil, contained in this product, restructures and repairs skin deep down and helps to maintain elasticity. It’s highly recommended you then repeat this step for a double cleanse so skin is deeply cleaned.

Apply The Facial Polish.

Gently apply to the skin, concentrating on the pigmented areas of the face, for around 60 seconds. A concentrated Fruit Acid Blend safely exfoliates dead skin cells and stimulates skin cell renewal which promotes skin radiance. Remove residue with facial sponges.

Follow up with The Toning Solution.

Spritz over the face to balance the pH levels of the skin, improving skin clarity and tone. Skin with pigmentation can vastly benefit from doing this daily, even as part of an at-home facial.

Begin the key treatment, The Chemical Peel.

Apply a small amount of the peel (2-3 drops) to the affected areas, gently massaging the product into the skin. This may tingle on application; this is totally normal and should subside very quickly. This sensation is caused by Glycolic Acid, which effectively removes dead skin cells to reveal brighter skin and tackle pigmentation. Leave the product on for 2 minutes maximum and remove with facial sponges.

AM: Complete the facial with SPF.

Apply The Eye Cream, with SPF 15, around the eyes in a figure of eight motion. Finally, apply The Day Cream SPF 30 to rehydrate the skin following the peel and protect it from harmful UV rays.

PM: Complete the facial with an oil.

Apply The Facial Oil to lock in the benefits of all previous products and protect the delicate skin barrier.

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