I know first hand that post-laser hair removal, skin is very sensitive.  Being Indian, I have inherited a little (or a lot) more than my ‘fair’ share when it comes to hair!  Laser was an absolute must for me, and thankfully a few sessions later – I am almost fuzz free.  

Although the rewards were great from laser, being in treatment is not that great.  The rules- no makeup for a few days, apply sun block to avoid pigmentation.  As a makeup artist, going makeup free for a day is a just not possible, so  when I discovered Oxygenetix, my concerns were over. 



Designed for Doctors, Oxygenetix is a breakthrough foundation to help heal and minimise – even eliminate procedural scars.   The cooling effect after applying this foundation provides a comfort to your skin like none other.  For my dehydrated skin, this was a dream.

Besides being the first truly breathable makeup, the foundation contains Ceravitae Complex, a patent-pending formula proven 
to increase oxygen uptake, stimulate skin cell production and help promote the healing process following most procedures.

The second skin technology (when applied over Oxygenating Moisturizer) creates a delivery system allowing Ceravitae to:

1) speed connective tissue reconstruction

2) systematically build collagen layers

3) reinforce natural skin healing.

The Results:

1) Less down time

2) Complete, undetectable coverage from day one

3) reduced scar tissue

4) continuous protecting with continued use.

Oxygenetix Foundation is also: * Water Resistant up to 90 minutes * SPF 25 * Transfer Resistant * Hypo allergenic * Completely non-irritating, even to acne, rosacea, psoriasis, or eczema.  Available in 14 blendable, color-corrective shades

Providing full coverage, this breathable foundation covers and treats a wide variety of skin problems: skin injuries, wounds, rashes, cracked, dry skin, acne scars, rosacea and other skin conditions. 




Colors are for reference only.

Oxgenetix retails for R750 and is available at www.conquest.co.za

For more information, visit http://www.oxygenetix.com

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