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TNS Hyperpigmentation System

June 11, 2007

TNS Hyperpigmentation System helps recapture youthful looking, clear skin. Designed to improve visible signs of aging by evening out skin tone on the face, this system utilizes core products from the SkinMedica cosmeceutical line such as TNS Recovery Complex and Retinol Complex along with EpiQuin Micro, a four percent hydroquinone Rx product that employs micro-sponge technology to deliver hydroquinone for the ultimate skin metamorphosis. The products are sold in an easy to use kit arranged in order of use along with step numbers and product names underneath the lid for added ease. Sample enhancement products and a regimen bag with a patient instruction booklet, EpiQuin Micro PIB and regular and advanced protocol static stickers are also included.

The system is formulated for all skin types 1-6 and is non irritating. The enhancement samples include TNS Ultimate Daily Moisturizer, TNS Illuminating Eye Cream, Ultra Sheer Moisturizer and 15% AHA/BHA Face Cream. For optimal results, use in conjunction with the SkinMedica Vitalize Peel.
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