Lumen8™ LOTION : Two Step Skin Lightening System : Step 1 and Step 2 Combo Pack

Step 1 - Liquid Luffa™ SCRUB 4oz/113g

Exfoliating Face & Body Scrub with Glycolic Acid, & Papaya Fruit Extract Liquid Luffa: This is an exfoliating face and body scrub with glycolic acid and papaya fruit extract.

Liquid Luffa is a finely abrasive gel designed to remove dead skin cells anywhere on the body. It is to be used prior to waxing and prepping the skin for depigmentation.

Gylcolic acid and papaya fruit extract removes the dead, dehydrated epidermal cells to allow for greater penetration of Lumen8.

Key Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Hyaluronic Acid, Grape Seed Extract, Vitamin E, Dimethicone, Vitamin C, Glycolic Acid

Directions: Wet body with tepid water then massage Liquid Luffa™ with hands. Massage for 30 seconds on legs and body then rinse for maximum results. Pat dry and apply Lumen8™ on dark spots. Step 2 - Lumen8 Skin Brightening and Dark Spot Correcting Cream With Chromabright© 4oz/113g

Visibly reverses the appearance of:

•Dark spots, Age spots

•Melasma, Pregnancy mask

•Sun damage, Post-acne scars

•And is photo-protective, preventing skin damage caused by UV rays

Lumen8™ visibly reverses the appearance of dark spots, age spots, sun damage, pregnancy mask and post-acne hyper- pigmentation in 4-6 weeks. Use on the body.

Chromabright is a new active ingredient for safe skin brightening. Eighty percent of the volunteers with melasma and 77.8 percent with lentigines experienced a significant improvement after 60 days.

Key Ingredients: Olive Oil, Jojoba, Panthenol, Aloe Vera, Lactic Acid, Avocado Oil

Directions: Use after Liquid Luffa™. Apply once or twice daily.

Clinical studies show that Lumen8 was 45.9% more effective than Kojic Acid, Arbutin and Hydroquinone and in addition was able to inhibit tyrosinase activity by 37%.

Lumen8 possesses a photo-protective effect on epidermal keratinocytes, helping to prevent the skin damage caused by UV radiation.

Apply a sunscreen daily when using products that contain Alpha Hydroxy acids (AHA's).