ExfoliKate® Intensive Exfoliating Treatment
Kate’s Clinic Perfected Super Facial
Inspired by the #1 treatment at her Hollywood clinic, Kate’s holy grail at-home facial is packed with AHAs & Fruit Enzymes to deliver three types of exfoliation – chemical, physical and enzymatic - for glowing skin in two minutes. By sloughing away dead skin cells from the surface, skin is prepped to better absorb the rest of your regimen. Packaged in limited edition artwork by former foster youth Laura Bush as part of Kate’s ongoing partnership with Foster Nation to support foster youth aging out of the system.
Read Laura's bio and artwork inspiration
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Meet the Artist
Laura Bush is a former foster youth currently enrolled at Cal State Long Beach where she is pursuing a degree in business management. Her long-term goal is to own a business in a creative field.
Here’s what inspired her artwork: “Butterflies symbolize freedom and having gone through a transformation. I added an eye because I’m always looking forward to a better future. If you’re a young person struggling right now, know you’re not alone. There are opportunities out there and people on your path who want to help you realize your potential. Your past might be different from others, but it does not define your future.”
*Clinically proven results based on independent clinical study
We’ve perfected what works, what is safe, and how to formulate active ingredients that deliver transformative results with minimal irritation.
Use AM and PM.
Once or twice a week, apply a thin, even layer to a clean, wet face, massaging in a circular motion for 30 seconds. Leave on for up to 2 minutes. Rinse and gently pat dry. This product may cause the skin to tingle and flush slightly for a short time. For sensitive skin, leave on for less than 1 minute.
"I chose Laura’s artwork from dozens of incredible submissions because I love what it means to her: ‘Butterflies symbolize transformation. The eye is looking to a better future. Your past doesn’t define who you become.'"