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November 14, 2005

● Relax! Professional Concepts, a division of
Issimo International, Los Angeles,
unveiled Lighten Up! Brite Skin system.
This fast-acting gel uses glycolic, hydroquinone,
vitamin C and kojic acid in the
AM Antioxidant Protective Skin
Lightening serum to reveal fresh skin layers and hydroquinonine,
vitamin A, grapeseed extract and soja extract to
regenerate and balance the skin. Also new is Relax!
Professional Concepts Spanish Sage and Sweet Bark Past
Therapeutic mud containing Dead Sea mud, Dead Sea salts
and algae to smooth, calm, purify, balance and replenish
skin, as well as increase circulation. They retail in spas and
specialty stores.
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