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Day Resurfacing


Designed as a part of a 2 part 6 week laser regime, Day Resurfacing Treatment is a unique resurfacing formulation using the proven combinations of alpha hydroxyl acids in a moisturizing serum base. Used in conjunction with the Night resurfacing Treatment, which incorporates alpha and beta hydroxyl acids, this program will produce a smooth, more refined complexion in 6 weeks.

Directions for Use

Recommended as a skin therapy treatment twice a year. However, if necessary, it may be applied on a more regular basis (no more than monthly) with excellent results. Apply to a cleansed and toned skin in a thin layer and lightly massaging with the fingertips. It easily penetrates the skin tissue. Follow by rejuvaDERM Sunscreen. To be used in conjunction with rejuvaDERM Night Resurfacing Treatment.


Ascorbyl Palmitate Vitamin C Ascorbyl Palmitate is a more stable form of L-Ascorbic Acid that acts as a reservoir to provide a long lasting source of Vitamin C.
D-alpha Tocopherol Acetate Vitamin E Moisturising and anti-oxidant properties.
Imperata Cylincrica (Root Extract) Imperata cylindrical provides the skin with considerable hydration. Potassium and DMSP help cells maintain their osmotic equilibrium. The synergistic effect has been exploited to produce a high, immediate and long-lasting moisturizing effect.
Palmitoyl Oligopeptide
Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3
Contains matrikines that are messengers of cutaneous restructuration and repair. They activate the neosynthesis of extracellular matrix macromolecules providing a visible anti-wrinkle efficacy.
Citric Acid AHA from Citrus Fruit
Tataric Acid AHA from Grapes
Lactic Acid AHA from Milk
Malic Acid AHA from Apples
Gluconic Acid AHA from Glucose
Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C
Glycolic Acid AHA from Sugarcane
Salicylic Adid BHA Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA)

PH Levels: 3.5 Ė 4.0 Size: 40ml

Clinical Data

The Difference Between Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acid

There is only one beta hydroxyl acid Ė salicylic acid. The main difference between alpha hydroxyl acids and beta hydroxyl acid is their lipid (oil) solubility. Alpha hydroxyl acids are water soluble only, while beta hydroxyl acid is lipid (oil) soluble. This means that beta hydroxyl acid is able to penetrate into the pore. Because of this difference in properties, beta hydroxyl acid is better used on oily skin with blackheads and whiteheads. Alpha hydroxyl acids are better used on thickened, sun-damaged skin where breakouts are not a problem. Alpha hydroxyl acids work best in a concentration of 5% to 8% and at a pH of 3 to 4.

Vitamin E

One of the most important benefits of vitamin E is the prevention of skin cancer. This occurs because of its sun protection quality and of course its powerful antioxidant properties, which help reduce or prevent sun damage.

Other benefits

There are a variety of other benefits of vitamin E for skin care:

  • vitamin E products help reduce the appearance of stretch marks
  • vitamin E can help reduce the appearance of age spots
  • it helps maintain the skinís oil balance during the cleansing process
  • it reduces transepidermal water loss from skin and strengthens the skinís barrier function

Overall for skin care, more benefit is obtained from topical application of vitamin E through creams or lotions rather than taking vitamin E orally. Skin is able to absorb natural vitamin E effectively. However, taking vitamin E orally is important for the good health of other areas of the body.