Are you looking for a quick, gentle, natural way to leave your skin radiant and refreshed? Then the enzyme peel is for you! What is an enzyme peel, though?
I’m forever raving about this product’s versatility but it’s time to take it back to basics:
Enzyme peels are composed of fruit enzymes and have many of the same results as chemical peels without the harshness and downtime.
Similar to a chemical peel, enzyme peels exfoliate the skin by removing dead skin cells while nourishing the new layer of skin it leaves behind.
Opting for an enzyme peel will provide many benefits, including:
- Unclogging and shrinking pores
- Opening pores for easier extractions
- Removing dry, flakey skin
- Diminishing fine lines, wrinkles, and scars
- Fading age spots, sun damage, and redness
Because the enzyme peel sloughs off dead skin cells, the texture and tone of your skin will improve leaving you looking like you’re 20.
Kidding. You will look younger, though!
Since enzyme peels only work on dead skin cells, you don’t experience the same level of peeling or drying that a chemical peel does.
This makes enzyme peels something you can do more regularly.
After your enzyme peel, you will notice your skin is smoother and softer and needs less cleanser, moisturizer, and makeup due to your skin’s ability to better absorb products.
Bonus: the new smoothness of your skin lends itself to a more flawless makeup look.
Enzyme peels do not damage live tissue like other peels, so you are able to work this into your regular skincare routine as often as two times per week.
It is also a great option if you are looking for a quick way to rejuvenate your skin before a big (or small) event.
I’d love to send you a free sample of Aloette’s enzyme peel.