THE ONE AND ONLY
Created in 1996, the Renaissance? Glove is inspired by the Moroccan ritual of traditional hammam baths. Resistant, antibacterial and vegan, it contributes to the body?s health and beauty while conveying a feeling of well-being and relaxation. Original and unique, it is present in the bathrooms of the most demanding consumers and in the most prestigious spas. Its effectiveness is recognized by health and beauty professionals.
NATURE ABOVE ALL
The Renaissance? Glove is made from eucalyptus and spruce natural cellulose. Its unique natural fiber woven into microscopic loops respects your skin as well as the environment.
Deeply cleanses the skin and restores its natural glow
Prevents ingrown hairs by removing dead cells
Oxygenates the skin and activates the blood microcirculation
Softens and regenerates the skin
Promotes a long-lasting and even tan Two-sided face accessory:
Removes make-up with the soft side
Evens out skin tone with the exfoliating side
Facilitates shaving for men
Optimizes absorption of creams and serums
HOW TO USE IT?
Regular gentle exfoliation for a clean and soft skin.
Soak and apply a shower gel to the body mitt or a make-up-removing cleanser to the face accessory.
ONCE A WEEK
A deep exfoliation can take up to 8 minutes.
Relax for a few minutes in a warm bath or shower steam to allow your skin to soften and open up the pores. Do not use soap or any other hygiene product.
Soak the glove in water then wring it out. After wetting your body, vigorously rub the skin with the glove in circular motions on the chest and knees; and up and down on the limbs and the rest of the body. The skin will roll and peel off the dead cells.
Rinse body with warm water.
CARE FOR IT
Wash the glove before first use.
Rinse with lukewarm water after each use.
Machine washable in cold water, without bleach.
Hang to dry. Do not tumble dry.
For optimal use, replace the glove every 3 months.
Use the glove regularly to maintain skin radiance. Personal hygiene item. It is not recommended to share your glove with a family member.
Assembled in Canada.
Fabric of Moroccan origin.