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Dermadoctor KP Duty® Intensive Priming Serum

What it is:A body serum designed to improve the appearance of redness and sooth irritated, dry skin. What it is formulated to do:This product is specifically formulated to work in conjunction with KP Duty moisturizing therapy. It primes your skin for better absorption and soothes irritation for quicker results. It contains 11 agents selected for their anti-redness, calming, and healing properties. This daily, well rounded treatment serum acts as an intensive anti-irritant primer while lessening redness and soothing the skin, leaving you with a healthy, happy complexion. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:The KP Duty intensive priming serum comes with a free try me 1 oz jar of KP Duty body scrub. KP Duty body scrub can be used one to two times a week or more if tolerated. This dermatologist and allergy tested serum is non-irritating and non comedogenic with no animal testing. It is fragrance-, dye-, oil-, and gluten-free. For optimal results, follow with KP Duty moisturizing therapy for dry skin. Research results:- 50% experienced a decrease in appearance of redness- 72% experienced an increased calming effect
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Questions & Answers for Dermadoctor KP Duty® Intensive Priming Serum

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When is this used?
Is this product supposed to be used like a lotion (so you only need to buy the scrub and this product) or is this a separate step in addition to the scrub and lotion? Just wondering so I know what all I have to buy. Also, would all three products used together offer better results?
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
AgEdLover
on KP Duty® Intensive Priming Serum
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answer 1
It's recommended to use all 3 products together and it does seem to help. I have been trying it in a variety of ways.
answered 7 months ago
countryrl0407
(Mount Airy, NC)
answer 2
This is a primer to the lotion. I'd advise NOT buying it. Check the reviews for this individual product, it's not worth it. Just go ahead and get the lotion and the scrub. They work great together and are a better deal for your money. :)
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Wobby
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 3
This is meant to be put on before putting on the lotion. I haven't used the scrub, so I'm not sure where that comes in. But I've been putting the serum on first, then putting the lotion on almost immediately after- seriously awesome results.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
smparnow
(Sacramento, CA)
answer 4
I like to use it after a warm bath or shower and after I exfoliate with the scrub. my pores are open and soft and they absorb the serum quickly. I also use it in the morning. After the serum is dry, I use the moisturizing lotion from the KP Duty line.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
Hermione13
(New Paltz, NY)
answer 5
This is recommended to be used before the KP duty lotion as a primer. My suggestion would be to just get the scrub and the lotion skipping the serum all together. Due to the amount of product and the price your money is better spent on the lotion. Use the scrub as recommended or as much as your skin can tolerate and use the lotion in the morning after scrubbing and again before bed.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
tepps
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 6
this product is suppose to be used before you apply the lotion. It is a primer to help the lotion if you use this product alone you won't see real results. You can use the scrub, then dry off and use the primer, then apply the lotion. Hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
chanini
(Houston, Texas)
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