The experts look at all 14 zones to determine a person’s distinctive state of skin health, needs for treatment and what products they should be using. People who participate in Face Mapping will receive free travel size products in a set customized for them.
MicroZone Treatments, $25, 20-minute targeted remedies to attend to precise skin challenges, will also be available. These include fixes for puffy or dark circles under eyes, exfoliation, hand repair and breakout treatments.
The trailer is only sailing through California (see locations/date below), but the folks at Dermalogica have made these treatments available at all skin centers, salons and spas that use the Dermalogica skin care system.
In addition, the Dermalogica Foundation will donate $1 to the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation for every person who participates in Face Mapping.
Huntington Beach- July 4-6 at the Pier Plaza
San Francisco - San Francisco Marathon (Pier 30/32) Aug. 1-2, Justin Herman Plaza Aug. 3 and 27, UC Berkeley Berkeley (Recreational Sports Facility and Downtown Berkeley "Welcome Week") Aug. 28-29, and Civic Center Aug 30-31.
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