Enzyme Peeling


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Enzyme Peeling

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Product Overview

Quick Product Notes
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EU Allergen-Free
Fungal Acne (Malassezia) Safe
Minimal Ingredients

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Ingredients Related to Skin Types
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Dry Skin
Oily/Acne-Prone Skin
Sensitive Skin

Ingredient Safety Breakdown (EWG Health Ratings)

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Product Ingredient List

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EWG CIR Ingredient Name & Cosmetic Functions Notes
Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate
(Skin Conditioning,Hydrotrope,Sufactant,Foam Boosting,Foaming)
Lactobacillus Ferment
(Skin Conditioning)
(Skin Conditioning,Emulsion Stabilising,Hair Conditioning,Binding Agent,Binding,Film Forming,Absorbent,Suspending Agent - Nonsurfactant)
Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Root Extract
(Skin Conditioning,Astringent)
(Skin Conditioning,Soothing)

Latest User Reviews

combination RosaceaFungalUneven
First chemical peeling I tried and loved it!

So far the only chemical peeling I've ever tested and I love it!
I got it recommended at a cosmetics retailer because the clerk wasn't so hot on recommending me acids with my fair skin tone.
I didn't have many expectations when first trying it, but it certainly did work wonders. The first two months you could see my skin getting better and better (used it every second week) and there were fewer patches of dried skin, especially around my nose and brows.
I'm on my second bottle now and have used it for about a year and don't see me switching it out any time soon, as it does the job very well.
The dosing procedure is a bit tedious in the beginning, as you have to mix the powder yourself. But you'll get the hang of it quickly. Also, you probably won't need as much as they claim on the product for one application. Even though it did give off a very minor burning sensation the first few applications, it didn't cause me any inflammation and my skin didn't look that red or flushed afterwards. Definitely an improvement over physical scrubs from my experience - especially when it comes to the redness.

My routine now has it using once a week to help with a retinol serum I'm using. Been using it like that for about a month and a half and don't feel like it's over-exfoliating.

combination AcneBlackheadsFungal+ 4
Really good peeling even for sensitive skin

I really like this product. At first it was a bit difficult to get a texture I could work with cause it's in powered form and you have to mix it with water before applying it to your face. But after using it a few times I got it right. You can't leave it on for longer than 2 minutes and it's a little bit tingly on your face, especially when you use it for the first time. After washing it off my skin always feels super smooth and soft and I love that feeling. I also have the feeling it helps with blackheads and whiteheads when used regularly. And it doesn't have a bad effect on my sensitive skin, which is also nice.

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