This New 3-Step System Might Be The Skin Care Miracle You've Been Looking For

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When I moved to New York after college, I was juggling it all: making new friends, finding a job, going a out and little more than I should, and adjusting to life in the “real world.” It was an amazing adventure, but the city life took a serious toll on my skin. That's when I met Dangene.
Known as the “Tracy Anderson of skin care,” aesthetician Dangene can make perfect skin possible — truly! She has singlehandedly changed my skin. So, imagine my excitement when she launched her first skin care line called Three Steps to Perfection. It has just three products: a cleanser, serum, and moisturizer, which eliminates asking the usual questions, “What products should I bring to my boyfriend’s house?” or "Who's going to carry my bag to the Jitney?”
The liquid-to-foam cleanser is good for any skin type from a 20-something beauty-girl like me to my good ol' pops. According to Dangene, “The key is how much you use and how long you leave it on. Think about doing laundry. When you wash lingerie, you use very little detergent, but when you wash your jeans, you use more. The same goes with your skin.”
After washing my face, I waited a few hours before applying anything to my skin, like Dangene advised, and my boyfriend said, “You look so glowy.” I was sold.
The true gift is the serum, though. It's in a spray form, which makes applying it so much easier than most serums out there, and it can do everything. It's packed with so many ingredients that it's your wrinkle-eraser, brightener, moisturizer, and exfoliator all in one. I use this everywhere: on my chest to prevent fine lines, my hands and elbows for dryness, and even my feet!
But the coolest part is that with this set, you get “virtual membership” to Club Dangene, which means you get access to Dangene's aestheticians on FaceTime, Skype, text, and email. She says, “It's a way to help people all over the world be a part of the glamour.” With clinical advice and this amazing collection, you're that much closer to getting Kate Bosworth-esque skin at home.
Dangene Cleanser, $25; Dangene Serum, $325; Dangene Moisturizer, $150, all available at Dangene.
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