Enzyme masks


nscott84
on Dec 30, 2013 @ 10:23 am

I am not one of those girls that knows much about various beauty products, but have read positive reviews of various enzyme peels for your face. I was wondering (because I also read a few bad ones) if you run a risk of any type of damage to your skin? This may sound silly, or paranoid but I heard that enzyme peels can cause irreversible damage to your skin, or is that just the professional kind that uses some type of technology?
 


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TahlequahChickadee
When used properly... on Jan 03, 2014 @ 04:27 pm

You could see a benefit from it. But when used improperly, that is when the damage takes place.
When doing something like a peel, the best thing to do, is consult with a local dermatologist in your area about the pro and cons of moving forward on using a peel. (Most peels I have heard of have been chemical based.)
The more informed you are going forward the better, or you may end up seeing the dermatologist for a different reason, and that would not be good.
Educate yourself, it is your best defense in something going right or something going wrong.
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Skye_Ann
Freeman! on Apr 01, 2014 @ 07:34 pm

I use a pineapple enzyme mask from Freeman Beauty (Available at Walmart) and it's a scrubby mask that works wonderful! It makes my skin so soft and smooth, no damage at all. That might be a good place for you to start?
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Mave
they are great on Apr 21, 2014 @ 03:00 pm

These masks are great. They make the skin look radiant and soft and clear. I do recommend them.
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