Isa Knox Lxnew Clinical Booster Microbiome Balance ( Vegan ) - 30ml
- Those who are looking for a solution to restore their skin’s pH balance and strengthen its protective microbiome. Those with normal, dry, combination and oily skin types who are interested in a treatment that will boost skin’s healthy appearance with a stronger protective layer and long-lasting moisture. Those who are interested in skin care that has an impactful blend of Pre/Pro/Post-biotics with reassuring claims, like helping to restore skin’s natural pH in 2 hours.
- Helps restore skin’s natural pH in 2 hours.
- Helps balance skin’s microbiome for healthier, looking skin.
- Provides long-lasting moisturization, Strengthens the skin’s defense mechanisms.
- Leaves skin looking smoother and feeling hydrated; soothes skin.
- Non-sticky & quick absorbing formula, Hypoallergenic, Dermatologist-tested. Suitable for all skin types.
- Blend of Pre/Pro/Postbiotics: Balances the skin’s microbiome, Helps keep skin feeling smooth, Feeds and protects the good bacteria on skin, which regulates pH levels, thwarts environmental damage and keeps skin healthy-looking and dewy.
HOW TO USE:
- Apply in the AM & PM, either before the application of any serum in your skin care routine or in place of your usual serum. Follow with your eye and face creams, as well as SPF in the morning
Meaning of Symbols 6M, 12M, or 24M on skincare products
The symbols 6M, 12M, and 24M on skincare products refer to the product’s Period After Opening (PAO).
The PAO is a guideline for how long a product will remain stable and safe to use after it has been opened for the first time.
These symbols are usually depicted as an open jar icon, followed by a number and the letter ‘M.’ Here’s what each of these symbols means explicitly:
- 6M: The product should be used within 6 months after it has been opened.
- 12M: The product should be used within 12 months after it has been opened.
- 24M: The product should be used within 24 months after it has been opened.
It’s important to note that these are general guidelines, and the actual lifespan of a product may depend on various factors such as the type of product, the specific ingredients it contains, and how it is stored and used.