Skin Authority's Newest Products Make High-Tech Skincare Accessible

Skin Authority's 5-Day treatment packs were formulated to give clients an idea of what it's like to experience an in-office service from the convenience of their homes. “Clients told the Skin Authority team time after time they want simple at-home routines that make them look like they had a professional treatment, but with less cost, no downtime and free from parabens, dyes, and added fragrance,” says Skin Authority CEO, Founder & Product Formulator Celeste Hilling. “With that intention in mind, we created the new 5-Day Dramatic Eye Lift and Brightening Peel Pack. With one application per day, the individual regimens transform skin in five days and can be used standalone, combined and/or added to an existing routine.” Hilling hopes that when clients see the results of their at-home treatments they'll be more open to the idea of visiting a spa, med spa, or dermatologist to take their skin to the next level. Essentially, both products were designed to serve as a gentle push to get people more engaged in their skincare routines.

5-day Dramatic Eye Lift: Five days to younger looking eyes that are wider, brighter and tighter. Skin Authority’s intensive Dramatic Eye Lift formula of highly concentrated body-natural proteins, complex peptides, and powerful botanical actives work to open the appearance of eyes and reduce the look of lines, bags, and discoloration.

Brightening Peel Pack: Five days to fabulously healthy-looking skin that is brighter, smoother and fuller. Skin Authority’s leave-on Brightening Serum formula of AHA glycolic from sugar cane, natural skin brighteners from the bearberry bush, and complex oligopeptides transform the appearance of dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles.

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