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Acure Ultra Hydrating Overnight Dream Cream -- 1.7 fl oz


Acure Ultra Hydrating Overnight Dream Cream
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Acure Ultra Hydrating Overnight Dream Cream -- 1.7 fl oz

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Acure Ultra Hydrating Overnight Dream Cream Description

  • Welcome To Skin Wellness™
  • Melatonin & Hemp Seed Oil
  • Overnight Booster Mask
  • For Thirsty Skin
  • 100% Vegan • 0% Pretentious
    Paraben Free • Sulfate Free
    Mineral Oil Free • Petrolatum Free

You want some serious winkle fighting, you got it! This wonderfully fluffy overnight booster mask works its magic while you sleep. With dreamy melatonin, hemp seed oil, and soothing shitake mushroom. This is a game changer, People! PS: Yes, we said "winkle fighting". Winkles are obviously the magical elves who sneak in at night and try to steal your pretty.

 

Your Goal

Intense Moisture for Thirsty Skin

 

Our Solution

 

Ashwagandha High antioxidant content fends off free radicals and supports healthy skin; provides anti-aging support

Reishi Helps to improve skin's appearance by softening and minimizing the appearance of aging; aids in moisture retention and improves skin tone

Holy Basil Offers antioxidant benefits and fends off free radicals; combats effects of stress on skin

Kale High in vitamins A & C; rejuvenates and refreshes while supporting skin's building blocks

Melatonin Rejuvenates and refreshes skin' provides anti-aging support

Hemp Seed Oil Its high essential fatty acid and protein content replenishes moisture and calms & soothes


Directions

Apply liberally to face and neck and allow to set. Go to sleep and wake up recharged.
Free Of
Animal ingredients, animal testing, paraben, sulfate, mineral oil, petrolatum and formaldehyde.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Water (aqua), persea gratissima (avocado) oil, prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, glyceryl stearate citrate, glycerin, cetyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed extract, glyceryl laurate, phenethyl alcohol, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, cinnamomum camphora (camphor) oil, citrus limon (lemon) peel oil, citrus nobilis (mandarin orange) peel oil, myroxylon pereirae (balsam peru) oil, citrus sinensis (orange) fruit extract, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, elettaria cardamomum (cardamom) oil, piper nigrum (pepper) fruit oil, canarium luzonicum gum nonvolatiles, dipteryx odorata seed oil, vetiveryl acetate, bulnesia sarmientoi wood oil, eugenia caryophyllus (clove) bud oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, juniperus virginiana oil, lavandula hybrida oil, jasminum officinale (jasmine) oil, glyceryl undecylenate, xanthan gum, ethylhexylglycerin, cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil, citric acid, melatonin, sodium phytate, glycerol, aspalathus linearis leaf extract*, calendula officinalis flower extract*, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract*, euterpe oleracea fruit extract*, punica granatum extract*, rosa canina fruit extract*, rubus fruticosus (blackberry) fruit extract*, lauric acid, sodium hyaluronate, lentinus edodes (shiitake mushroom) extract. *Organic Ingredient
Warnings

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If any adverse reaction occurs, stop use and contact your physician.

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Facial Mask or Facial Peel – What’s the Difference?

Skin gets dirty. Pores get clogged. And if you have oily skin or tend to sweat a lot, you may have more trouble than others keeping your complexion clear and healthy. No matter what your skin type, though, it’s important to have a good cleansing routine in place to protect your skin and keep it glowing. That means you may need to look into using high-quality facial cleansers, products with hydrating properties such as hyaluronic acid, acne-fighting products like those with salicylic acid, and different facial peels and masks to get rid of dead skin cells and improve moisture. When it comes to choosing the best clean beauty products for your routine, it helps to understand the differences between the types of formulas available. Here’s what you need to know about masks and peels – and how each can benefit your skin.

Woman Who Learned What is a Facial Peel Applying Mask to Face at Table With Mirror | Vitacost.com/blogWhat is a facial mask?

A face mask is an over-the-counter skincare product that can be easily applied at home. Some medical-grade face masks also can be purchased from dermatologists for at-home use. Masks with stronger ingredients, however, may only be applied at a physician’s office. So if you’re looking for something more powerful, be sure to chat with your dermatologist about it. Face masks usually involve viscous liquid substances applied to the skin, and they can be made with a variety of different ingredients to address different skincare goals. Charcoal, for example, is a popular option for deep cleansing and detoxification and can be helpful for those with oil or acne-prone skin. Dr. Anna H. Chacon, a board certified dermatologist who serves on the advisory board for Smart Style Today, explains that the main active ingredient in charcoal masks is carbon, which is a detoxifying agent that can help get rid of debris and oil from the skin. She personally uses one once per month. While charcoal is great for getting rid of oil buildup, masks containing hydrating ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, olive oil or jojoba oil are better for those with dry skin. You’ll also find masks for brightening skin, lifting and firming, and energizing your complexion.

What is a facial peel?

A facial peel, also known as a chemical peel, calls for the application of one or more chemicals, usually a medical-grade acid, to the skin. “Peels are mostly performed on the face but can also be used on other areas of the body such as the upper chest, V-neck area, arms and hands, and they are used for mild skin resurfacing,” Chacon says. Peels are ideal for clearing away dead skin cells and creating cellular growth and moisture, giving your skin a fresh, dewy look, a softer and smoother texture, greater collagen production and youthfulness to eye. Facial peels work well for anyone, but the benefits are especially big for people in their 30s or 40s suffering from mild acne, blemishes, and dyschromia. Peels can help rejuvenate the skin, boosting cellular growth and keeping the skin taut, moist and youthful in appearance.

Facial peel benefits

Facial peels offer many benefits, but perhaps the most notable is that they help make your other skincare products more effective. Because you’re eliminating dead cells from the surface of your skin, it’s then better able to absorb products better moving forward (allowing you to maximize those benefits!). With a fresh “slate,” you’ll be able to prevent acne and blemishes, deeply hydrate your skin and enjoy anti-aging perks reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Another facial peel benefit is the ability to reduce dark circles under the eyes or dark pigmentation on the skin, caused by sun exposure or damage. Of course, a peel isn’t a replacement for sunscreen, but it can help get rid of the dark patches temporarily. For extensive darkening, other treatments (such as laser) may be preferred. (Bonus tip: Vitamin C is also great for fighting discoloration and dark patches on the skin.)

Types of facial peels

Facials peels are grouped into several categories including: trichloroacetic acid peels, alpha-hydroxy acid peels and phenol-croton oil peels. Strengths and percentages are titrated based on tolerance, results desired and individual skin characteristics. A dermatologist or esthetician can help you determine which is the best type of peel for you based on your needs. For example, according to Chacon, “Salicylic acid peels are known to be effective for mild to moderate acne, while glycolic acid peels tend to be helpful for an overall brightening effect, and a reduction of pigmentary abnormalities.” Salicylic-based facial peels are best for those with acne and scarring, as these types of peels address clogged pores and blackheads.

How often should you do a facial peel?

You will see results after just one facial peel. Consider doing a peel just before a special occasion to clear your skin and get that dewy, youthful look. But it will be more effective if you do it regularly as part of your skincare routine. “I perform peels on myself regularly, about once a month,” Chacon says. You can keep it on the calendar for a once or twice a month facial peel appointment—think of it as a date night for yourself!

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