3 Steps to Guinot's New Détoxygène Treatment

Guinot's new detoxifying treatment combats pollution // Photo via Shutterstock

By now, anyone that’s interested in skincare knows the dangers and threats of environmental pollution. Though many people think it’s the big city slickers who are more susceptible to toxins through air pollution and exhaust fumes, but the truth is that damage can also be done at home through blue light from technology and internal irritants like stress, lack of sleep, and poor diet. 

Pollutants can cause uneven complexion, tired appearance, and wrinkles, but unfortunately, they are practically unavoidable. This is why Guinot launched its new Détoxygène Treatment—available April 2020—a 60-minute facial designed to detoxify pollutants from the skin. Détoxygène combines an exfoliation, detoxifying mask and a reoxygenating massage to restore the skin’s protective barrier, creating a radiant glow in just one hour.

In three simple steps, the treatment removes dead skin cells to smooth the skin, eliminates impurities to restore radiance, and reoxygenates the skin to protect against environmental stressors.

Check out the three steps below:

  1. Exfoliate: Using Détoxygène Exfoliation with papaya extract, the first phase of the treatment removes dead skin cells that contain pollution particles, smoothing and refining the skin’s texture.
     
  2. Detoxifying Mask: The second phase uses Détoxygène Detoxifying Mask, which acts as a pollution magnet to pick up and eliminate pollution particles from the skin. The green clay mask absorbs these toxins and removes impurities.
     
  3. Reoxygenating Massage: The Détoxygène Oxygenating Massage is applied during the third phase to help stimulate microcirculation and increase the oxygen uptake of the skin. The massage moisturizes and smooths the skin to protect against harmful pollutants.
     

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