Oct 052012

Le Metier de Beaute has just introduced the CHEM60 Pro-Peel & GLOW10ai Mask Set ($265 for both products, sold as a set). This set is designed to provide professional, spa-like results in the privacy of your own home. Le Metier asked the company’s artist Richard to meet us at Neiman Marcus San Francisco to walk us through a demonstration of these two new gorgeous products.

First, Richard cleansed Liz’s skin with the Le Metier de Beaute Daily Renew Cleanser ($50) to remove her makeup. Then, he applied the Le Metier de Beaute Daily Refresh ($50) to balance, condition and prepare her skin for the treatments to follow. Liz really enjoyed the luxurious feeling of both, plus Richard’s professional care gave her a relaxing moment in our otherwise busy day.

Richard showed us the Le Metier de Beaute’s CHEM60 Pro-Peel, a brush-on product that includes a blend of salicylic and glycolic acids.  The nozzle can be turned “off” and “on” to preserve the product and guard against leaking.

This is designed to gently penetrate the skin. The dead skin cells are exfoliated to reveal the underlying younger skin in as little as 60 seconds. As you can see, it’s clear and actually feels nice when applied–there is no burning or harshness. One applies a light layer to the face, and leave on for about one minute. Avoid the eye area and hairline.

Particularly if you have sensitive skin, you will want to use a timer. Those with more resilient skin might go up to five minutes. You’ll want to start with less time, to test your own reaction. Then, remove with a damp cloth, or splashing with water. Next, Le Metier de Beaute’s GLOW10ai Mask, which has a soup-like consistency.

According to Le Metier, the GLOW10ai Mask contains an “unprecedented concentration of antioxidants, vitamins and hydrators to help skin renew and rebuild, while strengthening skin’s overall appearance.” Here are some additional benefits described by the company:

  • A sophisticated blend of moisturizers helps renew the appearance of damaged, dull-looking skin
  • The appearance of hyperpigmentation is noticeably lessened and improved
  • Irritation and redness caused by chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser treatments are visibly diminished.
  • Suppleness and smoothness are greatly restored, resulting in a fresh, hydrated surface.

Although this can be applied with fingers, Richard used Le Metier’s foundation brush:

This part is left on for 5-15 minutes, until it is completely dry. Then Richard (literally) peeled the mask from Liz, leaving her skin feeling like absolutely glowing velvet.

Although I didn’t have the opportunity to try this myself, I was able to see a highly moisturized, plumped appearance on Liz. Even the next day, her skin had a baby-like entirely smooth texture. Le Metier’s system CHEM60 Pro-Peel & GLOW10ai Mask Set really delivered visible, gorgeous results.

The results certainly mirrored or exceeded the in-spa facials that I’ve gotten in the past. I’m seriously considering ordering a set so I can try it out. Liz, who is no stranger to facials, really loved this as perhaps the best treatment she’s had yet. Here’s Liz with her newly glowing skin (no makeup):

Lovely work, Richard (and Le Metier de Beaute)! Presently, the CHEM60 Pro-Peel & GLOW10ai Mask Set is sold exclusively at Neiman Marcus.


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  4 Responses to “Le Metier de Beaute’s CHEM60 Pro-Peel & GLOW10ai Mask Set”

  1. What a treat to see the fresh-faced Liz! Beautiful even without a stitch of makeup. What kind of product did Richard put on Liz after the mask was peeled? Did they also tell you how often we can use this treatment and how many treatments the combo will last? Thanks!

    • It is suggested to use the peel 2-3 times per week, Stella. He used the Le Metier Replenishing Daily Solution plus a little makeover using their products. I may have enough photos to do a makeover post –I’ll have to look at them to see.

  2. This mask set looks promising. I do not get professional facials often, so at home treatment is the way to go for me. I will investigate on this. Thanks!

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