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Josh Rosebrook Body Acid Serum
DESCRIPTION: A hydrating, resurfacing treatment serum with a signature acid medley calibrated to work effortlessly with thicker skin at different depths and speeds to help smooth, brighten, and moisturize. An elevated full-body exfoliation harnessing the potency of Glycolic acid, Hibiscus Flower acid and enzymatic Papaya, that performs over time by gently removing dead cell build-up, smoothing skin texture, and diminishing the visibility of bumps.
WHO IT’S FOR: Efficacious for all skin types - oily, combination, balanced, and dry.
WHAT IT DOES: Effortlessly reveals next-level radiance and welcomes bright, revitalized skin. Performs over time by gently removing dead cell build-up, smoothing skin texture, diminishing the visibility of bumps, and promoting even skin tone.
SUITABLE FOR: All skin conditions across the body - sensitive, inflamed, rosacea, eczema, and acne-prone.
HOW TO USE
1. Massage onto clean skin until fully absorbed.
2. May be used daily for all-over body exfoliation or as a spot treatment where needed.
3. For daytime, follow with a broad-spectrum sunscreen.
*Contains an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that may increase the skin’s sensitivity to the sun and particularly the possibility of sunburn. Use sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using this product and for a week afterward.
KEY INGREDIENTS & BENEFITS:
Acid Medley (Hibiscus Flower Acid + Glycolic Acid + Papaya): An innovative approach with glycolic acid and botanical constituents of pyruvic, malic, and citric acid coupled with enzymes. This medley works to gently and effectively polish, banish dullness, and smooth.
Hydration Blend (Aloe Vera + Irish Moss + Sodium Hyaluronate): A silky, soothing hydro-boosting base that plumps and promotes suppleness.
Antioxidant Complex (White Tea + Goji Berry + Acai Berry + Rose): A rejuvenating complex infuses the skin with both antioxidants and anti-inflammatories to support skin cell turnover and free-radical scavenging.