- Looking to transform dull texture and tone into radiant, glowing skin? Then look no further than these easy-to-use Alpha Beta® Smooth Body Towels from Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare™.
- Each textured towel uses targeted actives to address multiple body concerns to treat discoloration on the decollete, red bumps, and dry skin on arms and legs.
- Witch Hazel, Glycolic Acid and Willow Bark Extract exfoliate, firm, and tone your skin, leaving it brighter and more luminous.
- Salicylic and Azelaic Amino Acids treat chest and back breakouts.
- Vegan, cruelty-free, and paraben-free.
- Includes eight single-use applications.
- To use:
Run towel on clean, dry skin, moving in circles, until towel is dry. Do not rinse of combine with alcohol-based products.
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Dr. Gross founded his practice in 1990 and for the past 20 years he has been a driving force in developing cutting-edge, advanced technologies that directly benefit his patients. He interacts personally with his patients each and every day and is deeply invested in their health and wellness. He serves the Skin Cancer Foundation and is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the Society for Dermatological Surgery and Oncology, New York Dermatological Society and the American Cancer Society.
Dr. Gross has quickly become one of the most influential sources in the dermatological and beauty worlds. His expertise in skincare has been sought out and featured by Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar and The New York Times Magazine, among others, and he has appeared as a guest on nationally televised outlets such as The Today Show, CNN, The Early Show, Entertainment Tonight and Extra! Dr. Gross travels the country lecturing and speaking to professionals and consumers about skin health and educating on prevention and protection. He is a regular contributor to numerous articles in magazines and dermatologic textbooks. His research was published in the New York Times Magazine and he authored a book, Your Future Face, which focuses on a customized approach for individual skin problems.