Exfoliating Enzyme Powder (10 g)
More about the key ingredients of Exfoliating Enzyme Powder
Bromelain (protease enzymes) is derived from pineapple fruit and has long been used as a medicinal plant in South and Central America. This enzyme also helps to efficiently smooth, even, and brighten the skin.
The bamboo powder is a translucent white exudate, which is obtained from the nodes of some species of bamboo that crystallizes at room temperature. Also known as tabashir or tabasheer, it is composed mainly of silica and water and is part of the Ayurvedic, Unani, and Chinese traditional medicine systems.
The tabasheer crystals act as a very mild exfoliant and are rich in mineral salts, including silica.
White Willow Bark offers the active salicin, which is very similar in structure to salicylic acid but not as abrasive with better bioavailability on the skin.
Kiwi contains beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. It is also rich in proteases (skin-sloughing enzymes).
Directions for use:
To treat the face, pour a nickel-sized sized amount circumference in your palm. To treat the face, neck and decolletage, you will need more powder. Add a few drops of water to make a paste.
Use as a scrub 2 x a week: Apply paste on clean, wet skin and scrub in a gentle circular motion for 20 seconds. Rinse off with tepid water. Follow with our Soothing Toner and your choice of daytime moisturizer such as Ultimate Age-Proofing Complex or evening serum such as Skin Uplift Serum or Stem Cell Serum.
Use as a mask 1 x a week: For those who cannot use a scrub, make a mask with our Exfoliating Enzyme Powder. Place powder in the palm of your hand and add a few drops of water to make a thin paste. Gently apply the paste to clean, wet skin and evenly distribute on areas desired. Leave the mask on for five minutes. Rinse off with tepid water. Follow with our Soothing Toner and choice of daytime moisturizer such as Ultimate Age-Proofing Complex or evening serum such as Skin Uplift Serum or Stem Cell Serum. See links to these products above or on the left side of this page.