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How to Hack Your Skin While You Sleep: This Nighttime Contouring Treatment Improves Your Complexion and Makes You Look Radiant WITHOUT Makeup

  • An illuminating night cream promises to banish redness and pimples
  • Clinical Licorilactic Lumini Cream can be used to ‘contour’ your skin while you sleep
  • Images show how effective the $129 product is after four weeks of use
  • By using ‘feel good’ ingredients, the ‘miracle’ product makes your skin glow


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You can now improve the appearance of your skin overnight with an illuminating ‘contour’ facial.

The Clinical Licorilactic Lumini Cream offered at Chebo Clinic in Sydney reduces the appearance of discoloration and redness while improving long-term clarity.

Formulated with lactic acid peel for deep hydration, the ‘miracle’ product makes your skin glow.

Before and after images shared online show how effective the $129 cream is after four weeks of use.

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The Clinical Licorilactic Lumini Cream offered at the Chebo Clinic in Sydney reduces discoloration and redness while improving long-term luminosity

A video shared online shows how to 'contour' your face with the night cream

A video shared online shows how to 'contour' your face with the night cream

The Clinical Licorilactic Lumini Cream offered at the Chebo Clinic in Sydney reduces discoloration and redness while improving long-term luminosity

BEFORE: Before and after images shared online show how effective the $129 cream is after four weeks of use

BEFORE: Before and after images shared online show how effective the $129 cream is after four weeks of use

BEFORE: Before and after images shared online show how effective the $129 cream is after four weeks of use

AFTER: The woman in the photos originally suffered from clogged pores, redness and pimples along her forehead, chin and cheeks, but the moisturizing cream replenished her skin

AFTER: The woman in the photos originally suffered from clogged pores, redness and pimples along her forehead, chin and cheeks, but the moisturizing cream replenished her skin

AFTER: The woman in the photos originally suffered from clogged pores, redness and pimples along her forehead, chin and cheeks, but the moisturizing cream replenished her skin

The woman in the photos originally suffered from clogged pores, redness and pimples along her forehead, chin and cheeks, but the moisturizing cream replenished her skin.

Using ‘feel good’ ingredients, including lactic acid, retinol and hyaluronic acid, uneven skin tone was brought back to life.

According to the product description, customers can use the cream in two different ways.

The product is made with 'feel good' ingredients, including lactic acid and retinol

The product is made with 'feel good' ingredients, including lactic acid and retinol

The product is made with ‘feel good’ ingredients, including lactic acid and retinol

The first ‘peel’ method involves gently massaging the cream over your cheeks, forehead and chin as if you were ‘contouring’ your face.

Once the product has been absorbed into the pores, use a damp, lukewarm cloth to wipe off the solution to remove any residue.

Alternatively, the cream can be combined with a moisturizer or eye cream and spread all over the face to be worn overnight.

AN video shared online shows how to ‘contour’ your face with the night cream.

Another client used the treatment for six weeks to transform her acne-ridden skin and was delighted with the impressive results (pictured)

Another client used the treatment for six weeks to transform her acne-ridden skin and was delighted with the impressive results (pictured)

The treatment can be used two to four times a week and it is not recommended to use every night

The treatment can be used two to four times a week and it is not recommended to use every night

Another client used the treatment for six weeks to transform her acne-ridden skin and was delighted with the impressive results (pictured)

Another client used the treatment for six weeks to transform her acne-ridden skin and was delighted with the impressive results.

The product can be used two to four times a week and should not be used every night.

Full details on skin consultations, facials and product can be read at the Chebo Clinic website.

HOW TO USE THE LICORI LACTIC LUMINI GLASS PEEL?

Peel method 1 – With clean hands, distribute a walnut-sized amount over cheeks, forehead and chin and evenly over face, neck and décolleté

After five minutes of the product settling in and drying, continue with a lukewarm damp cloth to wipe off the solution until there is no residue

Repeat 1 to 4 times until the desired result in one session. Use once every 2 to 6 weeks

Not for everyday use

Method 2 – Mix a small amount of the product with a moisturizer/eye cream and spread over the face and sleep in it

Only use at night

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