This ReAFirm Kit for Oily Skin includes a Professional Size ReAFirm as well as these Obagi products: Travel Size Foaming Gel, Travel Size Toner, and a Travel Sun Shield SPF 50
ReAfirm by Venustast incorporates advanced peptides along with specifically formulated anti-aging ingredients to focus on the loss of firmness and elasticity around the neck and decollatage.
Directions: Apply morning and evenings to neck and decollete areas in an upward motion, after cleansing and toning the skin. Apply sunscreen for daytime regimine.
Made for oily skin, Obagi Nu-derm Foaming Gel Cleanser deep cleanses to leave even oily skin clean and fresh. Foaming Gel combines a blend of herbs, natural cleansers, and Aloe Vera to create this gentle formula. It frees your skin of pollutants and excess oils without damaging the skin’s own natural moisture content making even oily skin clean, touchable and soft.
Directions: Apply cleanser to damp face and neck with moistened fingertips. Rinse completely.
Obagi Nu-Derm Toner contains a blend of natural ingredients and herbs that hydrates and tones your skin, while restoring normal pH balance. It prepares your skin for the application of other skin care products. Unlike most toners, Obagi’s Nu-Derm Toner formula will not excessively dry the skin. It will help your skin absorb serums, creams, and other products, while also decreasing pore size.
Directions: After cleansing, apply Obagi Nu-Derm Toner onto face and neck with a cotton ball. Do not rinse off.
Obagi Nu-Derm Sun Shield Matte Broad Spectrum SPF 50 is a non-oily, non-comedogenic sunscreen that combines high UVB and UVA protection. It has an elegant, matte finish with 10.5% zinc oxide and 7.5% octinoxate. PABA-free, and fragrance-free, Obagi Nu-Derm Sun Shield Matte Broad Spectrum SPF 50 can be used for all skin types. It is especially helpful in improving the shiny appearance of oily skin.
Directions: Apply 30 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply as needed every two to three hours or after towel drying, swimming or perspiring. For use in children younger than six months, consult a physician.