Replenix AE Dermal Restructuring
For the complete review of Replenix AE Dermal Restructuring Therapy, as well as other Replenix products, please visit our Beautypedia entry on Topix, its parent company.
Strengths: Most of the products are fragrance-free; packaging keeps light- and air-sensitive ingredients stable during use; several good products with retinol in varying strengths; good moisturizers and cleansers; very good body lotions.
Weaknesses: Expensive; the physician allure may seem enticing, but these products do not require a doctors visit or medical supervision; no AHA or BHA exfoliants; no viable skin-lightening options; fragrant toners.
Replenix is a sub-brand of Topix Pharmaceuticals. For more information on Topix, including reviews, please visit its brand page here on Beautypedia.
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