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Tutorial 6 - Vita formula that actively approaches itchy skin

Protect > Prevent > Recover to protect sensitive skin from harmful elements, prevent skin deterioration with anti-inflammatory ingredients, and even help heal advanced wounds.

Moisturizing items that work synergistically to hydrate and soothe sensitive skin, and control itching* (dermatologically tested) caused by dryness. Jojoba Vita Cream delicately blends pink Vitamin 12 (V12) with jojoba oil to add strength to weakened skin. On days when dry winds make sensitive skin feel particularly itchy, try applying Jojoba Vita Cream instead of your usual cream during your moisturizing phase. It works even better with consistent use, so it's a great item to keep in your arsenal.


Adaptation Phase: Jojoba Toner → Jojoba Oil → Jojoba Vita Cream
Main phase: Jojoba Toner → Jojoba Oil → Tamanu Hero Ampoule → Tamanu Hero Cooling Gel → Jojoba Vita Cream

Not all skin concerns can be solved by simply applying a lot of product. Pave the way for your skin to absorb the active ingredients with a jojoba toner. Dampen a vegan cotton pad with enough jojoba toner to make it crystalline, then gently massage in jojoba oil (2-3 drops). Once your skin is sufficiently supple, apply a thin layer or two of Jojoba Vita Cream. We recommend a one-week adaptation period for step 3, and after the one-week adaptation period, continue with the main step, step 5, for a healthy skin by triple moisturizing with synergistic key items.

Localized area care: Jojoba Vita Cream + Jojoba Oil
Before bed, apply a thick layer of a 1:1 mixture of jojoba vita cream and jojoba oil to sensitive areas that need a little extra moisturizing care without irritation. This is a great routine for those with thin, sensitive skin that gets dry easily. Even better, it prevents any skin damage that may occur from unconsciously tickling while you sleep.

*Pink Wonder tutorials are based on the properties of the ingredients.

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