Enzymatic peel is the gentlest exfoliating treatment that exists, a characteristic that makes it the best option when treating sensitive, reactive and delicate skin. This type of exfoliation is based on natural products whose enzymes are capable of renewing the skin naturally.
Enzyme peels use natural components extracted from papaya, pineapple, pumpkin or pomegranate. The active principles that take advantage of these fruits are polyphenols. Polyphenols are antioxidant substances capable of breaking down the bonds between dead skin cells. They prevent the creation of free radicals and trap heavy metals, detoxifying the body.
What is the difference between Chemical Peels and Enzyme Peels?
Both types of peels are important and have their rightful place in the world of skin rejuvenation. The enzyme peel is made from fruit enzymes. It both nourishes and sloughs off dead skin cells, creating the perfect ph balance for your skin.
After a chemical peel, you must use an intense moisturizer and sunscreen recommended for both an enzyme and a chemical peel. The risks, side effects, and complications of chemical peels include scarring, infection, reactivation of herpes simplex infections, and a substantial contrast in the colouration of the treated skin. All patients will have a recuperation period, the length of which depends upon the depth of the peel.
Enzyme Peels benefits.
Some of the benefits of enzyme peels are:
- Control acne, shrink pores and remove blackheads.
- Diminish fine lines and wrinkles.
- Scars removal.
- Age spots and redness both fade, resulting in radiant and glowing skin.
- Immediate great results.
- Acceleration of the natural exfoliation process keeping your skin looking fresh.
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