Jason Natural Cosmetics Daytime Moisturizer a wonderful moisturizer for all skin types. Use it under make-up. It's perfect for those of you who want to reveal a soft, youthfully, smooth and glowing complexion.
Jason Natural Cosmetics
New Cell Therapy 6 Plus. Daytime Moisturizing Emulsion. Discover a more radiant complexion with Jason's 6 Plus Daytime Moisturizing Emulsion. Botanical Alpha Hydroxy Acids gently exfoliate skin while Chamomile and Aloe Vera soothe and moisturize. Antioxidant Vitamins A, C, and E help prevent damage from free radicals.
Directions: Apply after cleansing and toning. Massage into face and neck using upward and outward motions. Do not apply too closely to eyes. Use every other day for two weeks and then every each morning under your regular moisturizer.
Cautions: Alpha Hydroxy Acids encourage your skin to shed old cells at an accelerated rate. This may cause slight, temporary sensitivity at first. If uncomfortable, discontinue for a day or two.
Net wt. 2oz.
Jason Natural Products
Our unique combination of AHAs include: Glycolic Acid, derived from sugar cane, to help speed up the natural exfoliation process; Lactic Acid bio-fermented to help skin to attract and retain moisture; Mixed Fruit Acids from grapes, apples, papaya and citrus, to help maintain ideal pH levels.
The AHAs in our New Cell Therapy products are gentle to the skin. They do not cause excessive dryness, redness, irritation or photo-sensitivity caused by products such as Retin-A. Alpha Hydroxy AcidsGives your skin a second chance. Skin appears more youthful, smoother and satiny. Lines and wrinkles are softened; pigmentation spots lightened.
What Are the Benefits of AHAs?
- Wrinkle Retaliation - AHAs remove dead skin cells in the outer epidermal layer which accentuates lines and wrinkles.
- Soften Up - AHAs contain skin smoothing and toning components creating finer, smoother and younger looking skin.
- Getting Clear - AHAs loosen acne lesions allowing sebum to flow to the skin in a continuous and uniform manner reducing the formation of new acne lesions.