Light Therapy In Three Little Bottles

Photorejuvenation fans can't sing enough praises about IPL, which uses light to penetrate skin and repair signs of sun damage. However, a modest budget could be keeping you from shelling out thousands for a set of treatments. Luckily, Kinerase is proposing a different set of treatments.

With results resembling those of light therapy, the new PhotoFacials Sun Damage Reversal System is a three-part approach that offers an alternative to expensive office visits. Although the products are available individually, Kinerase clearly expresses the intent to use them together, labeling each one as Step 1, Step 2 and Step 3, respectively.

It all begins with the Daily Exfoliating Cleanser, which gently polishes skin with tiny particles and enzymes from pineapple, kiwi, starfruit, lychee, mangosteen, pomegranate and guava, while depositing anti-agers like zinc, copper, magnesium and signature kinetin. Next in line is the Daily Moisturizer with SPF 50, which offers far more than sun protection with its hyperpigmentation-lightening blend of lactic acid, kojic acid, and mulberry, as well as collagen-kick-starting beta-glucan and, of course kinetin. Finally, there's the Night Moisturizer, filled with antioxidants, melanin-muffling SepiWhite MSH and SepiCalm VG, wrinkle-reducing and elasticity-improving peptide potion Matrixyl 3000, a patent-pending damage reducer, and-need we even say it-kinetin.

This potent treatment trio works synergistically to start undoing the telltale signs of sun damage and reveal smoother, more even-toned skin in as little as a month. And conveniently, Kinerase has packaged PhotoFacials in an intro set for just $100-an unheard-of price for IPL!