Regardless of age or ethnicity, we all want to make the most of the skin we have. Luckily, Revision skincare provides an entire line of professional-grade options for those interested in nonsurgical alternatives that address a variety of skin concerns, from wrinkles to dull skin, and everything in between.
Revision’s Papaya Enzyme Cleanser gently exfoliates the skin and is safe for daytime or nighttime use ($31.00).
By utilizing peptides and vitamin C, the DEJ Face Cream adds volume and plumps the appearance of sagging, thinning skin. ($140.00).
The Intellishade 5-in-1 Tinted Moisturizer provides the benefits of anti-aging, as well as an SPF of 45. In addition to broad-spectrum UVB/UVB protection, Intellishade also acts to correct, conceal, brighten, and hydrate the skin. Available in Original and Matte ($75.00).
Revision’s Firming Night Treatment cream helps to lift, firm, and moisturize the skin, visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and brightening dull, dry skin ($67.00).
Nectifirm is the foremost professional-grade product for the treatment of rough, “crepey” skin on the neck and decolletage. With consistent use, the neck appears significantly more firm and lifted ($92.00).
Revox 7 is a popular oil-free serum that smoothes expression lines on the face ($130.00).
Often used in conjunction with the DEJ Face Cream, the DEJ Eye Cream works to improve dark circles under the eyes, in addition to improving puffiness, sagging, and wrinkles ($97.00).
Revision’s Teamine Eye Complex brightens the skin around the eyes and diminishes fine lines and wrinkles ($81.00).
Call Integrated Dermatology Group of Tidewater at 757-461-1033 to schedule a consult with Lynne Hicks, Master Aesthetician. Lynne will help you decide which of these products are right for you and create your personal skincare regimen.
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