New Season, New Skin; A Peel Will Reveal Glowing New Skin
There’s no better feeling than having glowing, soft skin. With fall just around the corner, what are you waiting for? The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum is just what you need to have the perfect start to the new season.
The Benefits of Enzymes for Your Skin
When you think of enzymes, the first thing that comes to mind is probably food or a chemical process in your body, but did you know it can also be used for your skin? Enzymes are essentially chemicals that increase the rate at which chemical reactions occur, and they’re crucial for invoking bodily processes to occur at normal temperatures instead of occurring at high temperatures. In the grand scheme of things, enzymes help fermentation in wine and cheese, as well as in ripening fruit or tenderizing meat.
When it comes to skincare, enzymes are great for their anti-inflammatory properties and for their more gentle exfoliation that other skincare scrubs or microdermabrasion procedures cannot achieve. By breaking down the keratin protein in the top layer of dead skin cells on your face, enzymes will help your skin look and feel baby soft. Fruit enzymes from pineapple, papaya, or blueberry are amazing options. Some enzymes, such as lipase or phospholipase, can even get rid of free radicals that cause oxidative damage to the skin, so they protect against pollutants in the environment, acne breakouts, and sun damage.
The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum
The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum from la regime™ is an essential exfoliating tool to keep the skin happy and healthy, as well as protected from chemical and physical factors that harm the skin. This is especially important as your skin starts to age because the rate at which your skin cells turnover slows down and causes your skin to develop dryness and fine lines. To increase the speed of the cell turnover process, exfoliating dead skin cells off of your skin is vital.
The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum does just that by using proteases. Using enzymes from papaya, this peel serum decomposes those keratin proteins and sloughs off the dead layer of skin. Formally known as Bacillus Subtilis with Papain, the Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum’s ingredients are stabilized in a hydro/glycolic medium to preserve the product and keep the enzymes ready to work their magic on the skin.
The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum also has minerals and amino acids to nourish and moisturize the skin after the exfoliation process. When using this product, we recommend applying it once a week after cleansing and drying your face. A thin layer around your eyes and on your neck is your best bet when applying this product, and if you have any problem areas, you can have a thicker application. After leaving the Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum for 5-15 minutes, rinse it off with warm water and follow up with a moisturizer or facial cream.
The Molecular Enzyme Peel Serum at Dr. Longwill’s
Before using any product that includes a kind of chemical peel, we highly recommend you speak with your dermatologist to make sure the skincare product is right for your skin. Our experienced dermatologists here at the Miami Center for Dermatology are here to help you pick out the perfect routine from our selection of Dr. Longwill Skincare products, so request an appointment with us at any time and remember to visit our online shop for everything from cleansers to moisturizers and more!
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