Banish 2.0 Kit retails for $99 and it comes with the Banisher and Banish Oil or Vitamin C Creme. The Banish Oil is a vitamin c serum made with L-ascorbic acid, the most effective form of Vitamin C. It's always made fresh to order and contains natural ingredients. They stabilize it with ferulic acid and vitamin E so it stays effective after we ship it out! After using the Banisher, you don't want unnecessary ingredients absorbing deeper into the skin.
Alternatively, you can select the Vitamin C Creme which is more suited for oily skin types. During your skin journey with Banish, they hope we can give you the inspiration to feel confident in yourself.
My Opinion: The water sucks where I live so I am constantly getting acne on my skin which I never had until I moved here. It gets it mostly on my chest, hips, tummy, and a little on my face. I tried acne pads but they were not so effective. I also have scars on me which I hate as I live in my tank top year-round and you can see the scars. I tried this and I am impressed as it helped my skin look better and the scars are gone! I am so much more confident. This makes a great gift for Valentine’s Day as well.
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Always start with freshly cleansed skin and hands.
1. Sanitize Banisher with 70% Rubbing Alcohol before each use. Twist cap off, pour alcohol up to the fill line and twist back on. Let the bristles touch the rubbing alcohol for at least 5 minutes. Remove cap and let banisher air dry for 2-3 minutes.
2. Press the Banisher 4-5 times on each area. Lift up off the skin, and rotate the Banisher about 90 degrees before you press down again. Do not twist or drag the banisher while the bristles are on the skin.
3. With clean hands, pat on Banish Oil or Creme after use.
4. Clean Banisher again with rubbing alcohol and discard alcohol. Twist cap back on for storage.
5. Repeat use once a week. Do not apply makeup or exfoliating products until the next day or longer if the skin is still sensitive. Not to be used over active acne, or over other active skin conditions. If in doubt, ask your dermatologist!
Consult with your dermatologist before use if you are or recently were using a prescription-based acne cream or medication.
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