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For Healthy Skin

Luxurious products that produce clinical results

 

" Skincare goals: Exercising, eating healthy and drinking lots of water will do wonders for your skin. Grow your glow to the next level in 2018 by adding powerful potions that pack a punch. "

 

Give your skin the love it deserves with medical-grade products that will look beautiful in your bathroom and feel beautiful on your skin. With the latest scientific advances in your arsenal, you’ll glow all year round.

Nouriche | 605 Silverstone Road #100 | 337-266-9985 |  nourichemedspa.com.
Acadiana Aesthetic Skincare | 917 Coolidge St., Lafayette | 337-446-2425 | aasurgeons.com.
Ashero | 233 Doucet Road, B1, Lafayette | 337-984-9972 | asherospa.com.
Dr. Chris Hubbell and Ajeuné Aesthetic Skin Experts | 913 S. College Road, Lafayette | 337-981-6065 | skinexpert.com.

 

Products

 

1. SkinMedica Purifying Foam Wash
An effective but gentle chemical exfoliant that will clear clogged pores and blemishes to speed up the healing process. Nouriche.

 

2. GlowBiotics MD Probiotic Brightening + Refining Layering Solution
This probiotic formula contains a potent blend of topical probiotics and antioxidants to improve texture and rejuvenate skin. Acadiana Aesthetic.

 

3. Zo® Skin health Olluminate
A powerful treatment that uses retinol and peptides to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, enhancing skin texture. Nouriche.

 

4. GloSkin Beauty Hydration mist
Use this antioxidant-rich hydration solution for makeup setting, dry skin due to travel, or to refresh your look from day to night. Ashero.

 

5. SkinMedica TNS Essential System
This serums sink into the skin to provide deep, lasting moisture and a smooth surface for makeup application. Dr. Chris Hubbell and Ajeuné Aesthetic Skin Experts.

 

 

 

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