Kirwan™ products include:
- Cleanser Gel
- Toner with glycolic acid
- Skin Lightener
- Exfoliater Forte
- Sunscreen HQ
The Kirwan™ products are: well tolerated and easy to apply with an improved delivery system; formulated with a newly stabilized odorless hydroquinone; presented in easy-to-follow step by step regimens; specially prepared prescription skin care products; sure to provide maximum results.
Step 1: Cleanser Gel
Step 2: Toner
Step 3: Skin Lightener
Step 4: Exfoliator Forte
Step 5: Balancer
Step 6: Sunscreen SPF 20
Step 7: Moisturizer
Application of Kirwan™ Products
The initial program lasts a total of eighteen weeks or three skin cycles (six weeks each). Each cycle will see changes in the skin. The first cycle is associated with Dryness; Exfoliation; Redness; Sensitive skin; Itching; Burning; Wrinkles may look worse; Acne may look worse This is a normal reaction. During the second phase these symptoms abate whilst the products continue to work. In the last cycle there is a healthy even complexion natural reflectivity to the skin with a more youthful pink color and correction of fine lines, pigmentation and acne breakouts. The skin should be more translucent and smooth.
Morning Cleanser Gel: Wash your face with the recommended cleanser, rinse with warm water and gently pat dry. Avoid rubbing the skin with a towel.
Toner: Contains glycolic acid. Put the Toner on a cotton ball and apply to your face. Do not rinse. Note: If prescribed, put the antibacterial agent on a cotton ball and apply. Some antibacterial agents may come in presoaked pads.
Skin Lightener: Apply Lightener evenly to the entire face, including the eyelids, extending to the hairline, over the ears and ending with a feathering motion. Wait until the cream is absorbed, removing any excess around the eyes with a tissue. Wait 2 minutes and apply a second coat over dark spots. Note: Patients with dark skin should use Lightener on the entire face once a day, preferably in the morning, and apply at night only on the darkest areas. Once a desirable color tone is achieved, use Lightener only as needed.
Exfoliator: Apply Exfoliator evenly over entire face, avoiding the eyelid area. Wait until the cream is absorbed.
Sunscreen: Apply in the morning under your makeup. Reapply often while in the sun. Note: Prolonged sun exposure should be avoided for the first month.
Moisturizer: Can be used daily on top of other creams for extreme irritation usually in the lower lids and the angles of the mouth.
Evening Cleanser Gel: Wash your face with the recommended cleanser, rinse with warm water and gently pat dry. Avoid rubbing the skin with a towel.
Balancer + Tretinoin: as prescribed by your physician: Mix one to two pea size amounts of Balancer with one pea size amount of tretinoin in the palm of your hand. Apply mixture evenly on the entire face, including the eyelids, extending to the hairline, over the ears and ending with a feathering motion. Wait until the cream is absorbed, removing any excess around the eyes with a tissuethe cream is absorbed, removing any excess around the eyes with a tissue
Maintaining Skin Health: At the end of the Restoration process, you will have achieved your goal of healthy, younger looking skin. You can retain these improvements for a life-time by simply alternating every other skin cycle (every 6-week period) between the Rest Protocol and the Restoration Protocol recommended by your physician.
1. Cleanser and Toner as above 2. Lightener and Exfoliator twice a week in the evening twice a week in the morning 3. Balancer + Tretinoin twice a week in the evening 4 Sunscreen in the morning. Use this at all times.
This ongoing program will ensure the continual stimulation of collagen and elastin and the maintenance of even, balanced skin tone. The additional benefit is that your skin will not return to the uncomfortable "Reaction" phase.
By now, you will be very comfortable with your skin health routine. You may adjust your maintenance program according to your skin type and the nature of your skin problems. You, with the advice of your doctor, should be the judge.