Monday, August 10, 2015

ASK KATHRYN: What Products Work Best on Acne & Chicken Pox Scars?

A couple of days ago I was asked: "What products would work well for scars on the face? A woman has some chicken pox scars from long ago & wants to get rid of them."

This is a great question and one I hear a lot. Fortunately, there are some effective things you can do about acne and chicken pox scarring on the face.

The micro-needle roller and night renewing serum along with the Redefine Regimen or Reverse Regimen works well on both acne and chicken pox scars. Adding the Macro Exfoliator, which removes 5 million dead skin cell in 5 minutes, resurfaces the skin and helps reduce and remove facial scarring even more.

If she buys one of the regimen Power Packs, that would be great for her scars, and she would save 20% on all the items in the Power Pack. The tools last a year or longer, so she would only need to periodically replace the serum and creams.

Get professional level results, no appointment necessary, with our REDEFINE Regimen and patent-pending skincare tools. Now when you add a REDEFINE MACRO Exfoliator™ and AMP MD™ System to your REDEFINE Regimen order you save 20% on the collection. 

If she becomes a Preferred Customer, she would save an extra $40 on top of her 20% discount for buying the Pack, and she would get free shipping!

Ask me where to buy the Power Packs, how to become a Preferred Customer and which Power Pack would work best for you!

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