SKINICIAN is launching an exciting skincare trial for 35-50 year olds
24th May 2019
Irish skincare brand SKINICIAN is launching a new Ageless System and we’re looking for seven women to try them out. Interested? Here’s everything you need to know…
Are you, like us, obsessed with all things skincare? If you’re excited by product launches and research-based skin routines, we want to hear from you.
Trusted Irish skincare brand SKINICIAN is introducing a revolutionary Ageless System. It consists of a new retinol powerbalm and professional salon treatment – and we want our readers to be the first to try them out.
We’re recruiting seven IMAGE.ie readers to trial and test the new SKINICIAN Ageless System; combining the powerful duo of a professional salon service and advanced at-home treatment for maximum results.
This unique system is designed to dramatically target and reduce signs of ageing by improving skin tone and texture. Skin will immediately look rejuvenated; fine lines and wrinkles will appear reduced, and pigmentation faded.
SKINICIAN Ageless System
The first of the two steps in the SKINICIAN Ageless System is the Ageless Overnight Retinol Powerbalm. Fortified with clinically-proven powerhouse ingredients – retinol and peptides – the balm dramatically targets signs of ageing.
The second step is the SKINICIAN AHA Lactic Acid Treatment. This involves a supercharged AHA Lactic Acid (combining high potent ingredient technology to dramatically reduce the signs of ageing). It contains 30% hydroxy acids; the highest approved amount for use in professional salon treatments.
The result? After just one treatment, the skin looks rejuvenated; fine lines and wrinkles appear reduced, and pigmentation faded.
If this Ageless System sounds right up your street (or rather, right up your skincare aisle), here’s how you can take part in the trial.
Participants in this trial must be aged between 35 and 50. They must also be willing to commit to both the advanced at-home treatment as well as the in-salon service, and they must be willing to share ‘before and after’ photographs.
It’s important to note this trial is not suitable for those who are pregnant, trying to get pregnant or breastfeeding.