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NuFace Gel Primer Step 1 - Small


NuFace Gel Primer Step 1 - Small   
Size: 59 ml / 2 floz
Price: $11.48 USD 






   Description

The NuFACE Gel Primer is a unique, chloride-free electrolyte gel that is the essential first step to using the NuFACE Microcurrent Device. The NuFACE Gel Primer allows the NuFACE Device to easily glide across the skin and ensures conductivity for optimum lifting, toning, and contouring results. Convenient, smaller size - ideal for travel.


   Skin Types

Normal skin


   Usage

Apply a thin layer of Gel Primer directly to clean, dry skin before using the NuFACE® device. Do not allow the gel to dry. After treatment, remove gel with a warm, damp washcloth and follow with preferred NuFACE® serum and moisturizers.


   Ingredients

Water, 1, 2 – Propanediol, Acrylic Acid, Polymer, Caprylyl Glycol, Methylisothiazolinone Cellulose Polymer.

Paraben-free, dye-free, chloride-free and fragrance-free.


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