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MISSHA | Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]

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Recommended for:
- Those with chronically dry skin
- Those with temperamental skin
- Those with dry skin and a dull complexion
- Those seeking a clearer, cleaner complexion and more moisturized skin

 

Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]



Highly concentrated essence serves as an essential first step of skincare to boost moisture
Addition of Special Ingredient & Change in Fermentation Method
Purple Barley
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Moisturizing antioxidant
Ion Fermentation
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Improves skin's moisture and density levels
Enhanced Effects
*Results based on a study of 21 women, ages 20 to 55, in a comparison of both the 2nd and 3rd generations of FTE after 2 weeks of use
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]

Hydration

Ion Fermentation enables rapid absorption of moisture deep into skin, providing optimal hydration levels
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]

Texture

Skin is hydrated from within, which helps refine texture and remove dead skin cells
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]

Tone

Fermented yeast extract of Himalayan purple barley and gemmule nourishes and moisturizes skin
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Before
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
After 4 Weeks
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
Before
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive [Moist]
After 4 Weeks
*Results based on a study of 21 women, ages 25 to 50, after 4 weeks of use (By P&K)
* What is skin density?
Density refers to collagen content in the skin, which is indicative of wrinkles/elasticity