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PRIME-RESET-GO FULL FACE RITUAL SET

$250.00

Our doctor-designed clean prime, reset, go skin anti-aging innovative protocol integrates one of a kind skin solution from nutrient-rich high quality nature derived ingredient and cell renewing peptides to biohack your skin health and aging. Helping you to unlock your highest genetic skin potential to keep you looking younger, longer.

COCONUT​

SEAWEED​

VITAMIN C

ANTIOXIDANTS​

What is it?

How does it work?

We recommend using all products continuously. Most of our patients report multi-health benefits when combining these products with our monthly IV therapies, products and protocols.*

What are the benefits?

Most of our patients report skin, hair and anil improvement when taken the supplement in regular basis. *
  • Provides thorough and deep cleansing
  • Moisturizes and delivers nourishing fatty acids to the skin
  • Restore aging skin elasticity and texture
  • Soothes and calms the appearance of sensitive and irritated skin​
  • Reduces the appearance of blemishes​
  • Prevents the formation of freckles, dark patches, and discoloration​

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