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Does your skin need some TLC after a summer's worth of sun exposure? Are you tired, stressed or starting to notice a few more wrinkles and sun spots than you anticipated?
Don't book a $160 spa treatment or facial before checking out today's deal. It can give you radiant, glowing and ageless skin for less than half that price.
The Pur-Well Anti-Aging Skincare Set is at its lowest-recorded price in a sale that I don’t expect to last longer than 24 hours. This line tested no. 1 across the country in our focus groups. The anti-aging effects also were well-received by both young adults and men.
Think of it as your dose of Vitamin C on sale! It's a deal to moisturize and repair skin of all ages. One Pur-Well product on its own sells for $40. Today, you're getting $105 worth of products for under $60.
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- Great for men, women, students and all skin types
- 100 percent natural and ideal for post summer skin rejuvenation
- All-season skin protection is effective year-round
- Vitamin C facial serum with green tea helps protect against the elements
- Sold in top spas and skincare facilities
- Vitamins and minerals work in tandem during weather changes
- Received top feedback from our moms focus group
- Lowest-recorded price today
- Dermatologist-recommended and doctor-approved
- Green tea extract, natural ingredients
- Top blend of vitamins, minerals and collagen
- Designed by a team of scientists and skincare professionals
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