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Antioxidants

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L-Ascorbic Acid

Vitamin C is a well-known potent antioxidant that assists in quenching free radicals, commonly triggered by exposure to UV rays and toxic environments. Vitamin C does much more than just protect the skin cells. It helps increase the immunity of the skin, protecting the skin against oxidative stress and depletion. This potent ingredient is also an assistant in the production of collagen and has brightening and lightening support to photo-aged skin.

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate

Vitamin C may sometimes be irritating when applied topically. This form of vitamin C is a non-irritating, more stable version with all the same benefits of ascorbic acid. A powerful antioxidant that eliminates harmful free radicals, increasing cellular protection, while also boosting collagen synthesis and improving uneven skin tone.

Resveratrol

Have you had your wine and chocolate today? Grape extract is rich in antioxidants known as polyphenols. This antioxidant helps reduce the damaging effects of free radicals in the skin, reducing the signs of aging including fine lines and wrinkles.

L-Glutathione

One of the most potent antioxidants available and it is found naturally within the cells of the body. This ingredient helps reduce reactive oxygen species (ROS) and free radicals while also assisting in DNA repair. It increases health and protection of cells!

Super Oxide Dismutase

This is naturally found within our bodies to assist in the elimination of free radicals. Free radicals lead to an increase in oxidative stress and an increase in aging. The application of this potent antioxidant helps protect against damage to delicate tissues, reducing inflammation and the damaging effects of free radicals due to UV exposure and toxic environments.

Pumpkin Extract

Let the enticing aromas of this extract help increase antioxidant protection and rejuvenation in the skin. Rich in vitamins A, C and E, this extract boosts defenses against harmful free radicals and toxic environments, while stimulating collagen synthesis.

Phytic Acid

A natural antioxidant with chelating properties, it assists in binding harmful minerals which can lead to free radical damage in the skin. This antioxidant also helps reduce oxidative stress, while leaving the skin with a brighter, more even complexion.

Rhodiola Root

A natural herb, rhodiola root is rich in potent antioxidants called proanthocyanidins, the same antioxidants found in green tea, grape seed and bilberry extracts. Rhodiola root has similar protection against free radicals as vitamin C, along with the ability to boost firmness and elasticity in the skin.

Cleansing

This is the first step of your regimen.

Apply 1 pump of cleanser onto clean, damp hands and gently massaging into the skin. Add more water to create lather and work into skin for 1-2 minutes. Remove with gentle (soft) white cloth for several rinses if needed. Pat or air-dry skin before applying next step.

This is the most important step of any acne regimen! Rotating or having two cleansers can help keep skin responding. It is very important to use a soft cloth or 4x4 gauze to remove.

Tonic

This is the next step of your regimen after cleansing.

Apply 1-2 pumps of tonic onto a clean cotton round or 2x2 gauze pad. Apply to clean, dry skin. Let product absorb.

Tonics are a vital component in most acne regimens. These may be used full face or as a spot treatment over acne blemishes. Depending on the tonic, application may range from one to three times per week, to a daily application.

Building & Strengthening (AM)

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin. Let serum absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

The products in this category are typically applied in the AM as many formulations contain important antioxidants as well as necessary wound healing and scar reducing properties.

Correctives (PM)

Apply 1 pump onto clean, dry skin. Let product absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

Correctives are great for boosting cellular exfoliation. Follow directed use on each product to increase optimal results.

Hydrators & Moisturizers

This is the last step of your regimen.

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massaging into clean, dry skin or over your favorite RA Building & Strengthening or Corrective serum.

Hydration is very important for acne skin as it brings balance. Our formulas supply healing properties, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial support. These may be applied AM and/or PM.

Excellent Additions to Regimen

Scrubs

Apply a small amount into damp hands; apply to face and neck. Gently massage into skin or allow to sit on skin for several minutes (like a mask). Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat skin dry.

Scrubs are a great way to increase cellular exfoliation, soften texture and support a healthier complexion. Scrubs are typically used once per week.

Enzymes

Applying a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on up to 10 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA mask, serums and moisturizer.

Enzymes are a great way to boost exfoliation, reduce bacteria and impurities. We recommend to use once per week.

Masks

Apply a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA serums and moisturizer.

Masks can reduce breakouts and assist in healing blemishes. Masks are typically used once per week.

Should you experience any dryness or sensitivity with any RA formulation, contact your licensed RA professional for guidance on usage and tips to introduce products to your home care regimen.

Cleansing

This is the first step of your regimen.

Apply 1 pump of cleanser onto clean, damp hands and gently massaging into the skin. Add more water to create lather and work into skin for 1-2 minutes. Remove with gentle (soft) white cloth for several rinses if needed. Pat or air-dry skin before applying next step.

This is the most important step of any acne regimen! Rotating or having two cleansers can help keep skin responding. It is very important to use a soft cloth or 4x4 gauze to remove.

Tonic

This is the next step of your regimen after cleansing.

Apply 1-2 pumps of tonic onto a clean cotton round or 2x2 gauze pad. Apply to clean, dry skin. Let product absorb.

Tonics are a vital component in most acne regimens. These may be used full face or as a spot treatment over acne blemishes. Depending on the tonic, application may range from one to three times per week, to a daily application.

Building & Strengthening (AM)

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin. Let serum absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

The products in this category are typically applied in the AM as many formulations contain important antioxidants as well as necessary wound healing and scar reducing properties.

Correctives (PM)

Apply 1 pump onto clean, dry skin. Let product absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

Correctives are great for boosting cellular exfoliation. Follow directed use on each product to increase optimal results.

Hydrators & Moisturizers

This is the last step of your regimen.

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massaging into clean, dry skin or over your favorite RA Building & Strengthening or Corrective serum.

Hydration is very important for acne skin as it brings balance. Our formulas supply healing properties, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial support. These may be applied AM and/or PM.

Excellent Additions to Regimen

Scrubs

Apply a small amount into damp hands; apply to face and neck. Gently massage into skin or allow to sit on skin for several minutes (like a mask). Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat skin dry.

Scrubs are a great way to increase cellular exfoliation, soften texture and support a healthier complexion. Scrubs are typically used once per week.

Enzymes

Applying a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on up to 10 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA mask, serums and moisturizer.

Enzymes are a great way to boost exfoliation, reduce bacteria and impurities. We recommend to use once per week.

Masks

Apply a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA serums and moisturizer.

Masks can reduce breakouts and assist in healing blemishes. Masks are typically used once per week.

Should you experience any dryness or sensitivity with any RA formulation, contact your licensed RA professional for guidance on usage and tips to introduce products to your home care regimen.

Cleansing

This is the first step of your regimen.

Apply 1 pump of cleanser onto clean, damp hands and gently massaging into the skin. Add more water to create lather and work into skin for 1-2 minutes. Remove with gentle (soft) white cloth for several rinses if needed. Pat or air-dry skin before applying next step.

This is the most important step of any acne regimen! Rotating or having two cleansers can help keep skin responding. It is very important to use a soft cloth or 4x4 gauze to remove.

Tonic

This is the next step of your regimen after cleansing.

Apply 1-2 pumps of tonic onto a clean cotton round or 2x2 gauze pad. Apply to clean, dry skin. Let product absorb.

Tonics are a vital component in most acne regimens. These may be used full face or as a spot treatment over acne blemishes. Depending on the tonic, application may range from one to three times per week, to a daily application.

Building & Strengthening (AM)

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin. Let serum absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

The products in this category are typically applied in the AM as many formulations contain important antioxidants as well as necessary wound healing and scar reducing properties.

Correctives (PM)

Apply 1 pump onto clean, dry skin. Let product absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

Correctives are great for boosting cellular exfoliation. Follow directed use on each product to increase optimal results.

Hydrators & Moisturizers

This is the last step of your regimen.

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massaging into clean, dry skin or over your favorite RA Building & Strengthening or Corrective serum.

Hydration is very important for acne skin as it brings balance. Our formulas supply healing properties, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial support. These may be applied AM and/or PM.

Excellent Additions to Regimen

Scrubs

Apply a small amount into damp hands; apply to face and neck. Gently massage into skin or allow to sit on skin for several minutes (like a mask). Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat skin dry.

Scrubs are a great way to increase cellular exfoliation, soften texture and support a healthier complexion. Scrubs are typically used once per week.

Enzymes

Applying a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on up to 10 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA mask, serums and moisturizer.

Enzymes are a great way to boost exfoliation, reduce bacteria and impurities. We recommend to use once per week.

Masks

Apply a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA serums and moisturizer.

Masks can reduce breakouts and assist in healing blemishes. Masks are typically used once per week.

Should you experience any dryness or sensitivity with any RA formulation, contact your licensed RA professional for guidance on usage and tips to introduce products to your home care regimen.

Cleansing

This is the first step of your regimen.

We recommend applying 1 pump of cleanser onto clean, damp hands and gently massaging into the skin. Add more water to create lather and work into skin for 1-2 minutes. Remove with gentle (soft) white cloth for several rinses if needed. Pat or air-dry skin before applying next step.

Tonic

This is the next step of your regimen after cleansing.

Apply 1-2 pumps of tonic onto a clean cotton round or 2x2 gauze pad. Apply to clean, dry skin. Let product absorb.

Tonics deliver concentrated nutrients to help strengthen and protect skin. We recommend applying them in the morning to offer increased protection from UV exposure. Depending on the tonic, application may range from one to three times per week, to a daily application.

Building & Strengthening (AM)

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin. Let serum absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

The products in this category are typically applied in the AM as most of these formulas help to fight against the environmental stressors our skin is faced with daily and they reduce redness, strengthen and heal the skin.

Correctives (PM)

Apply 1 pump onto clean, dry skin. Let product absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

Correctives are so valuable for Rosacea skin and maybe used nightly or every other depending on the formula.

Hydrators & Moisturizers

This is the last step of your regimen.

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massaging into clean, dry skin or over your favorite RA Building & Strengthening or Corrective serum.

Moisture loss for rosacea skin may lead to an impaired barrier function, increasing inflammation and redness. Our formulas hydrate skin from the inside, out. These may be applied AM and/or PM.

Excellent Additions to Regimen

Scrubs

Apply a small amount into damp hands; apply to face and neck. Gently massage into skin or allow to sit on skin for several minutes (like a mask). Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat skin dry.

Scrubs are a great way to increase cellular exfoliation, soften texture and support a healthier complexion. Scrubs are typically used once per week.

Enzymes

Applying a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on up to 10 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA mask, serums and moisturizer.

Enzymes are a great way to boost exfoliation, reduce bacteria and impurities. We recommend to use once per week.

Masks

Apply a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA serums and moisturizer.

Masks can reduce breakouts and assist in healing blemishes. Masks are typically used once per week.

Should you experience any dryness or sensitivity with any RA formulation, contact your licensed RA professional for guidance on usage and tips to introduce products to your home care regimen.

Cleansing

Apply 1 pump of cleanser onto clean, damp hands and gently massaging into the skin. Add more water to create lather and work into skin for 1-2 minutes. Remove with gentle (soft) white cloth for several rinses if needed. Pat or air-dry skin before applying next step.

Building & Strengthening (AM)

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massage into clean, dry skin. Let serum absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

The products in this category are typically applied in the AM for cellular protection in the daytime. However, in the case of Sensitive/Compromised skin they can be recommended both AM and PM depending on skin needs.

Correctives (PM)

Apply 1 pump onto clean, dry skin. Let product absorb. May layer moisturizer overtop.

Hydrators & Moisturizers

This is the last step of your regimen.

Apply 1-2 pumps onto fingertips and gently massaging into clean, dry skin or over your favorite RA Building & Strengthening or Corrective serum.

This category focuses on increasing hydration. Our formulas hydrate skin from the inside, out. These may be applied AM and/or PM

Excellent Additions to Regimen

Scrubs

Apply a small amount into damp hands; apply to face and neck. Gently massage into skin or allow to sit on skin for several minutes (like a mask). Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat skin dry.

Scrubs are a great way to increase cellular exfoliation, soften texture and support a healthier complexion. Scrubs are typically used once per week.

Enzymes

Applying a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on up to 10 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA mask, serums and moisturizer.

Enzymes are a great way to boost exfoliation, reduce bacteria and impurities. We recommend to use once per week.

Masks

Apply a thin layer onto clean, dry skin – avoiding the eye area. Leave on 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water and soft cloth. Pat skin dry and follow up with your favorite RA serums and moisturizer.

Masks can reduce breakouts and assist in healing blemishes. Masks are typically used once per week.

Should you experience any dryness or sensitivity with any RA formulation, contact your licensed RA professional for guidance on usage and tips to introduce products to your home care regimen.