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Formulated with a trio of natural acids (kojic, lactic, and malic), this combination mask and scrub tackles stubborn dark spots and discoloration. Alternating between this mask and the Complexion Savior® will leave the skin silky smooth and bright.
For use as an overnight mask, apply a thin layer to your face and neck as the final step in your evening routine and wash off in the morning. Alternatively, use it as a 30-minute treatment for a quick glow.
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This hydrating face mask is a lifesaver on flights! Simply apply a thin layer to your face when you board and wash it off when you land to protect your skin from drying out. Plus, the high antioxidant content helps protect your skin from environmental damage. It's like a little in-flight facial.
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Formulated as a correctional mask for all skin types, the Complexion Savior® is amazing for balancing both oily and dry skin. With regular use, your skin will look hydrated, calm, and radiant.
Originally from the UK, Tracie was working in New York as a makeup artist with legendary photographers like Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz in the late ‘90s when she met Marius, who was studying nutrition and Eastern medicine.
Tracie found that her high-profile clients’ lifestyles mainly consisted of smoking, unhealthy foods, and a surplus of alcohol and noise. To undo damage, they often turned to invasive treatments like fillers and facelifts.
With this in mind, Tracie and Marius made it their mission to offer an alternative, wellness-driven approach to beauty. They developed a unique microcurrent machine, the Resculptor®, to give clients the immediate lifting and tightening they desired. Tracie started using the machine on models and word of the magical currents quickly spread through the fashion industry. The first Tracie Martyn spa opened in 2000 with a feature in Vogue and was visited by clients like Uma Thurman, Cyndi Lauper, and Brad Pitt.View all
We avoid all man-made molecules (and petrochemicals) and also avoid allergenic and photosensitive essential oils. “Do no harm” is our principle.