Advanced Skincare for spot prone skin

Coppergate Clinic are proud stockists of BiRetix; a specialist range of advanced skincare, clinically proven to visibly improve spot-prone skin. The range includes BiRetix Duo and BiRetix Cleanser.

The key product in the range is BiRetix Duo gel, a powerhouse of advanced technologies that tackle spots at every stage of their development. BiRetix Duo controls oil production, improves skin texture and corrects imperfections. Containing Vitamin E and an innovative BIOPEP 15 active ingredient, BiRetix Duo has excellent tolerance, being suitable for those with even the most sensitive skin.

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BiRetix Cleanser is a purifying active cleansing gel that regulates excess oil and reduces the proliferation of microorganisms. It hydrates, softens, mattifies and regulates the production of excess sebum which causes acne.

The range also includes the treatment enhancing BiRetix Micropeel and Mask to create an effective, well-rounded regime.

For more information on BiRetix, including BiRetix Duo and BiRetix Cleanser, please contact our friendly team who will be delighted to guide you on the most suitable homecare products to effectively address your specific skin concerns. Say goodbye to spot-prone skin and acne lesions with the ophthalmologically and dermatologically tested BiRetix range.  Simply submit a consultation request and we will be in touch as soon as we possibly can.

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