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Allies of Skin Bright Future Overnight Facial - 50ml

Bright Future Overnight Facial - 50ml, reveals a clearer, smoother complexion by morning.

Bright Future Overnight Facial - 50ml
  • Purple - Prevents Breakouts
  • Purple - Contains AHA
  • An innovative overnight peel
  • Stimulates cell renewal
  • Doesn't irritate the skin
  • Ideal for problematic complexions
RRP: £110.00

Wake up to a brighter, more even complexion with the Allies of Skin Bright Future Overnight Facial.

A game-changing ‘sleeping peel’, this impressive treatment uses a blend of high quality active ingredients that have been encapsulated within a pure high molecular weight Hyaluronic Acid gel. This ensures the skin gets a much-needed hydration boost while a blend of AHAs, Retinol and probiotics are released slowly into the skin, to encourage better cell renewal without causing irritation. By morning, skin looks like it has had a professional facial overnight and the appearance of imperfections is dramatically reduced with continued use.

Suitable for all skin types, especially dull and problematic skins, apply a thick layer to cleansed and toned skin in the evening. Follow with another mist of a toner and leave on overnight. Use for two or three nights in a row per week. Do not layer with other serums and creams.

After cleansing, spritz the skin with a toner or the Molecular Saviour Mist and apply a thick, generous layer to the face. Mist the skin with toner again and leave to sink in. Do not rinse off. For best results, use for two or three nights in a row in the evening and always apply a sunscreen the morning after.

Do not layer with other serums and creams. Not suitable for use during pregnancy.

Patch Test

If you are new to this product or any of its ingredients, we recommend completing a patch test first.

The Use of AHAs

Products containing acids can make the skin prone to dryness and sun damage, so introduce them into your routine gradually and remember to apply a sunscreen every morning to protect against UV rays.