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The Benefits of Fruit-Enzyme Facials

Nov 02, 2015 12:39AM

by Jeannine Modica

Fruit enzyme peels are made up of a blend of natural fruit ingredients to dissolve dead skin cells, speed up the cellular renewal process and contribute to a more vital, healthy complexion. There is a fruit-based peel for every skin type—even those with the most sensitive skin.

Coconut/Papaya Enzyme – Ideal for those with rosacea or sensitive or dry skin, and for pregnant women. Coconut and papaya enzymes dissolve dead skin cells, revealing healthy, soft skin. The coconut allows for easy absorption through the skin, giving it a soft, smooth texture.

Lemon-Zest Enzyme – Ideal for normal, dry, sun-damaged and hyperpigmented skin. Lemon exfoliates and brightens the skin. This enzyme promotes deep hydration that protects from environmental damage, while relieving the surface signs of aging.

Pomegranate Enzyme – For normal, mature, oily or acneic skin. Pomegranate is a powerful antioxidant that also brightens the skin. This enzyme promotes deep hydration, reduces oiliness and lightens the skin from irregular pigmentation.

Perfect Blueberry Enzyme – For anti-aging with normal/combination and oily skin. The antioxidants within the blueberries are anti-aging agents and provide a nice, brightening exfoliation that will minimize pores and leave the skin feeling very soft.

Raspberry-Peach Enzyme – For all skin types, including sensitive and rosacea, and is safe for pregnant women. This mild enzyme soothes skin irritations and reduces inflammation, while the peach softens and is aromatically relaxing. Hibiscus flower and pumpkin add exfoliating properties.

Jeannine Modica is the owner of Simply Skin by Jeannine, a customized skin care spa located at 123 West Germantown Pike, Ste. 5, in East Norriton. Connect with her at 610-220-0429 or JeannineModica.wordpress.com. November 2015.


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