This creamy exfoliant tackles wrinkles, roughness and discoloration, leaving skin brighter and smoother.
What it Does
The Rejuvenating Enzyme Mask may improve old skin damage, such as:
- sun spots
- post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- dull, rough skin
This lightweight cream doesn’t look like much, but all it takes is a single use to see a difference.
Inside the Ingredients
The Rejuvenating Enzyme Mask contains a compelling blend of plant-based ingredients like papaya enzymes, organic gotu kola, and white willow bark. It contains 74% organic ingredients.
Ingredients: water, organic aloe leaf juice, organic sunflower oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, octyl palmitate, organic coconut oil, cocoa butter, cetyl alcohol, potassium stearate, beeswax, organic jojoba oil, tamanu oil, sesame oil, camphor, tea tree oil, spirulina, white willow bark, orange peel tincture, honey, lavender, wintergreen oil, pumpkin enzymes, papaya enzymes, glycolic acid, organic gotu kola, organic kojic acid, organic borage oil, organic flax seed oil, organic evening primrose oil, organic rose hip oil, panthenol, organic arnica, organic lavender, organic calendula, organic chamomile, grapeseed oil, macadamia nut oil, sodium carbomer, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin.
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A combination of two different enzymes (pumpkin and papaya) scavenge dead and damaged skin cells. They have the added benefit of being powerful antioxidants.
Gotu kola stimulates collagen production and the skin’s healing process.
This particular kojic acid is derived from the reishi mushroom. It’s a skin lightening ingredient which is useful in combatting age spots, freckles and sun-damaged skin. Although kojic acid is a safer alternative to hydroquinone, it may cause irritation in individuals with sensitive skin.
New to Enzymatic Exfoliation?
Just because the ingredients are natural and primarily organic, don’t forget that this product works.
If you don’t know how your own skin will respond to enzymes, test carefully and don’t overdo it. Although this product, and others like it, can revive dull skin, it may over-stimulate reactive skin types. It is possible to over-exfoliate, making skin more prone to damage. So go slowly, use wisely, and always use sunscreen after exfoliating.
And as a rule, avoid enzyme exfoliators while skin is actively inflamed.
How to Use It
At night, apply the mask to clean skin and leave on for 2-4 minutes. Wash with cool or lukewarm water to remove. Follow with a moisturizer or facial oil of your choice.
Unless your skin is especially hardy, using this mask once a week should be adequate.
Where to Purchase
The Rejuvenating Enzyme Mask is $19 for a 2oz tub. Find it here.
*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.