Hydropeptide 2 Step Peel and Glycelene Beauty Serum

Have you noticed your skin looking a little dull or dehydrated lately? Mine does when the weather is constantly changing, and Los Angeles is a little confused right now. It will go from pouring rain to bright and sunny within a few minutes. The back and forth in the air has been sucking out all the moisture in my skin, leaving my face a little lifeless, which is not the greatest considering I don’t wear makeup during the day.  When I need my skin to look awake (especially when I don’t),  I do a quick at home facial with the Hydropeptide 2 step peel that takes at most five minutes, and finish off with my favorite serum from Glycelene.

The Hydropeptide 2 Step Polish & Plump Peel was designed for at home use to give you instant results in a short amount of time, perfect for big events or just a quick pick me up once a week.

Before you start, make sure to wash your face with a gentle cleanser and leave your skin damp. Apply the polishing crystals which contain vitamin and scrub all over for about a minute. This will help to resurface your top layer of skin, and minimize fine lines and wrinkles.


Step two is your activating serum which contain peptides which will plump and firm your skin. 3-4 pumps should be enough for your entire face and apply directly onto the crystals, you will notice a little bit of foaming action while it does its magic. Massage for about 2-3 minutes and rinse off.

After I’ve done the 2 step peel I like to apply my Glycelene Beauty Serum, which contains peptides, hyaluronic acid and antioxidants, with my jade roller to hydrate, plump, protect against environmental damage (such as pollution), and create the perfect canvas for either makeup application or the rest of your skin care routine. Make sure to wear sunscreen during the day and use a heavy moisturizer at night time before bed. I recommend the serum for every day use and the Peel once a week for best results.


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