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Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask review

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Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask
50 ml
39 USD


Pumpkin Fruit, Organic Bilberry Fruit Extract, Organic Sugar Cane Extract, Organic Orange Peel Extract, Organic Lemon Peel Extract, Glycerin, Tetrasodium EDTA, Vitamin E, Phenoxyethanol, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Xanthan Gum, Vitamin C, Glycolic Acid, Neem Seed Oil, Rosemary Leaf Extract, Cinnamon Bark Powder, Ginger Root Powder, Nutmeg Powder


A 15 minute exfoliating mask inspired by nature to reveal your best skin. Formulated with natural pumpkin enzymes, AHAs and glycolic acid to improve skin clarity.

What The Pumpkin Enzyme Masque Does

Exfoliates Skin with AHAs
Reduces oily skin appearance
Reduces congested skin to help clear pores
Improves dullness
Improves Skin Clarity and Skin Tone

Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask
Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

How to use it

Spread thin layer on face and let sit for 10-15 minutes. Wash off thoroughly. Mild tingling sensation within the first minute or two of applying the mask is normal. If excessive stinging or irritation occurs, rinse off with cool water.

Use 2-3 times a week or as often as needed.

Store in a cool dry place

My thoughts on Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

This is the first time I try any type of pumpkin mask so I really didn’t know what to expect.

The Banish pumpkin enzyme mask comes in a black glass jar. The packaging is the same as the rest of their products and I do find it to be a nice and simple packaging.


When reading the information on this I was expecting a mild tingling sensation. What I experienced (first time using it) was a really aggressive tingling. That feeling only lasts for a minute so it was not unbearable. But it is a feeling I really don’t like on my skin to start with. But hey what don’t we do for skincare. It does say that if excessive stinging occurs you should stop. But how we experience stinging is so difference so I really wanted to see what happened after using it. My skin is super dry but not sensitive so I felt that I should really give it a try.

I was actually super surprised when washing it off. I was expecting my skin to be super red and irritated but there was nothing like that. Instead my skin look fresher and clear and it is really hard to describe but my skin looked more even after the first time using it. This is nothing I usually experience at all.

The second time using it the sting was not as bad. And I still loved that way my skin looked afterward. You only need a small amount of the product. So don’t apply a thick layer of it.

Banish Pumpkin Enzyme Mask smells like pumpkin and if you are American you are probably really used to that scent, but as a Swede it is not something we eat very often. I have tried making a pumpkin pie (from an American page) since it seems to be a popular dish. But can only say that my taste buds disagreed.

But I do like the smell of the mask though:-)



This is one amazing product that I really love and saw a difference directly after use. My skin looked really nice and more even after first use. It does sting a lot but when using it on a regular basis it stings less and less. If you are sensitive to enzyme products you might want to use it a little carefully and not two times a week.

I give this product 7/7

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