Restorative Enzyme Peel

Our Restorative Enzyme Peel is an ideal, organic alternative to traditional chemical peels. 

According to DOCSTOP

“Common chemical peel side effects include stinging, redness, and peeling of the skin, and they should be expected by any patient who undergoes a chemical peel.” 

and

“In the United States, a chemical peel costs from $600 to $900 on average. However, the cost of your chemical peel will vary widely depending on the type of peel you choose, the cost of living in your region, and other factors, and may be as low as $150 for a light peel and as high as $6000 for a deep peel. It is important to note that this chemical peel price range encompasses the doctor’s fee only. Other fees associated with the chemical peel procedure, such as those for anesthesia, operating room use, and a possible hospital stay should also be taken into account when you consider undergoing a chemical peel.”

The Restorative Enzyme Peel is extremely gentle on skin and does not cause redness or pain. The only side effect from this product is that your dead skin gets removed to reveal your beautiful, healthy skin! Safe enough to be used every other day, although it is recommended that you use it only once or twice a week.

The steps to keep in mind are:

1. Make sure skin is dry and clean. Don’t put this on after a shower.

2. Rub product on in a circular motion and then leave on for 60-90 seconds.

3. Rub product after one minute in a circular motion to get off dead skin cells.

4. Rinse or wipe off.

5. Enjoy smooth skin!

The best part is that you get 30 treatments for just $40.95! If this sounds like the product for you then click here!

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