Step 1: Peel. Begin with clean, dry, cool skin. Squeeze just enough peel into the bowl and use the brush to apply a thin layer until your face is evenly wet. Avoid proximity to the lips and eyes. Leave on for 1–3 minutes (starting with 1 minute and gradually building to 3 minutes). Depending on your skin type, you may or may not feel a tingling sensation as skin cells respond. While your peel is on, quickly rinse and dry your bowl and brush for the next step (never use detergents, just water). Note: On a scale of 1–10, if you experience the intensity of the peel as 8 or above, rinse your face with cool water and continue with Step 2.

Step 2: Neutralizer. Apply Step 2 directly over the peel with the brush, working it into the skin to activate a subtle fizzy sensation and deep pore cleansing. Depending on your skin type, you may or may not feel a quick flash of heat as you apply Step 2 directly over Step 1. After 30–60 seconds, remove any excess residue from the peel and neutralizer by gently patting the skin with a damp washcloth.

Step 3: Mask. Apply an even layer of the mask with your fingers or the brush (rinsing brush first) and massage vigorously into the skin. Let activate for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Follow with Olga Lorencin Lactic Acid Hydrating Serum for oily to normal skin, or Olga Lorencin Intense Moisturizer for dry skin.