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SpaTeen Review

Get a jumpstart on great skin with Pevonia Botanica’s new line of home-use products and spa services exclusively for teen skin – SpaTeen.

Your teen years are tough enough without having to add skin problems or concerns to the mix. With 85% of teens suffering from acne – which can have emotional side effects like lowered self-esteem and physical side effects like scarring – properly caring for skin is really important when you’re going through these pivotal years.

In fact, whether you suffer from acne or not, your skin can totally benefit from a home-use regimen and regular in-spa treatments.


New SpaTeen, the first line of professional, home-use products and in-spa treatments developed specifically for teen skin and its changing needs is made up of two different lines: SpaTeen Blemished Skin for acne-prone skin types and SpaTeen for All Skin Types, both of which can help you get healthy, radiant skin.


Since SpaTeen includes both medicinal (like Benzoyl Peroxide and Salicylic Acid) and natural, soothing botanical ingredients, the products can help keep every type of teen skin healthy and balanced.


The Pevonia SpaTeen Blemished Skin collection includes Blemished Skin Cleanser, Blemished Skin Toner, Blemished Skin Moisturizer, Blemish B-gone and Blemished Skin Mask.


The Pevonia SpaTeen for All Skin Types collection includes All Skin Types Cleanser, All Skin Types Toner and All Skin Types Moisturizer.


You can also get any of three professional in-spa treatments designed specifically to treat your biggest skin concerns like controlling blemishes (Blemished Skin In-Spa Treatment), boosting moisture ((Strawberry HydraBoost In-Spa Treatment) and repairing sunburned skin (Papaya SunRepair In-Spa Treatment).


SpaTeen is available at spa locations worldwide, www.pevonia.com or by calling 1-800-PEVONIA.


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