Author: Alex Hernandez, LE and Education Lead at Face Reality Skincare
The most common treatment given at Face Reality Acne Clinic is an Acne Peel, but performing a chemical peel is not always safe or appropriate for all clients. We set out to create an exfoliating treatment that would be gentle enough for pregnant and nursing clients, compromised skin, and would provide a relaxing experience that delivers visible results. We’re excited to introduce our new Hydrating Enzyme Mask, a non-acid plant-based peeling mask that contains a highly effective combination of Papaya Enzyme and soothing ingredients to adequately exfoliate skin while promoting deep moisturization.
Our A-list line up of ingredients benefits all skin and acne types:
Papain Enzyme (Papaya), an anti-inflammatory, and digests keratin proteins.
Papaya Fruit Extract, an antioxidant high in Vitamin C and beta-carotene.
Squalane boosts the skin’s ability to retain moisture and has protective properties.
Allantoin soothes, moisturizes, defends against irritation, and promotes healthy cell renewal.
Bisabolol contains anti-inflammatory, soothing and healing properties.
Fensebiome™ is a heptapeptide that helps promote microbiota balance and diversity, helps boost the skin’s own defense system by favoring the presence of beneficial bacteria, improving the skin immune response and the physical barrier integrity.
Benefits for the Treatment Room:
Though the Hydrating Enzyme Mask is suitable for everyone, it is especially helpful for clients that need exfoliation but struggle with dryness. New acne clients may enter the treatment room with a compromised barrier and cannot withstand a chemical peel. While the papaya enzyme is gently and effectively exfoliating, squalane and allantoin promote deep hydration.
This professional treatment also makes extractions a breeze—as most of us know, dry skin can be tight leaving the extraction process difficult and not entirely successful. The Hydrating Enzyme softens lesions making the process easier.
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