Does Your Skin Need Rescued?

March 2, 2016

We all have those days when our skin looks like it needs to be rescued! Merle Norman's new refreshing mask with brightening bubbles gives that 'fresh from the spa' radiant, polished glow without leaving home! The best part is, you can see and feel it working in just a few minutes! 

 

TARGET

Anyone who is concerned about having dull skin and wants to brighten, refresh and boost skin radiance and softness in just minutes. It's a great skin pick-me-up and I can't get enough of the scent, Grapefruit!

 

WHEN TO USE 

The mask can be used in the morning or at night. I like to do mine in the morning just before I start to apply my Anti-Aging Serum & Wrinkle Smoother Moisturizer... it makes me feel so refreshed and my skin is so smooth. 

 

HOW OFTEN

We recommend using this mask up to 3 times a week, or anytime your skin needs a boost- let your skin tell you! 

 

DIRECTIONS

After cleansing, apply a thin layer over damp skin. Do not massage into skin. We recommend to apply in sections. For example, start by applying to the forehead, then left cheek, and so on. Wait roughly 5 minutes, unit the gel has transformed into a foam. Rinse well and follow with your regular skin care routine. 

 

MAKEUP ARTIST TIP

This mask is ideal for using before makeup application and especially before a special occasions.

 

GUESS WHAT?

Right now with the purchase of 2 or more Merle Norman products you'll receive our free gift featuring trial sizes of skin care products that will make your skin gorgeous & glowing. Including our REVITALIZING BUBBLY MASK among other great skin care products!

 

(Cosmetic accessories not included, offer valid while supplies last)

Our new spring colors just arrived! Give us a call to set up your Free Makeover. (712) 792-5248

 

Thanks for reading!

Stay Tuned, 

-Ellen Tuel 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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