Its base is papaya
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma
Why enzymes in skin care?
I will do a full post on this as well, but one of the good reasons is that enzymes are really gentle to the skin and don’t damage the live tissue as a lot of other products do.
What is this and how to use it?
This is simply a cleanser in a weird form. It comes as a powder and you add water and then use the foam to cleanse your face. You can also leave it on your skin for a little while before you wash it off (supposed to kill bacteria) and might be really good if you have acne.
- Remove dead skin cells
- Eliminates bacteria
- Smoothens your skin
- Faster cell regeneration
- Balance uneven skin pigmentation.
My thoughts on Skin Watchers enzyme powder wash
I have really mixed feelings about this one. A part of me really likes it and a part of me is more like oh well, so what. The product itself is actually a little fun. Seeing these tiny balls turning into foam, somewhat excites me. If that is weird, so be it. And I do like the foam itself. The powder is milky white and when adding water and rubbing my hands together it creates a nice foam. I do feel that my skin likes this one to a certain point, and when using it my skin feels nice. After using it for a few days in a row, my skin gets drier. I do exfoliate a lot, since I have super dry skin, so this might be the reason. That it is simply too much exfoliation. I am not sure though. But I really do think this one is worth a try. Your skin might love it.
Answering the claims
- Remove dead skin cells, yes
- Eliminates bacteria: impossible to answer
- Smoothens your skin; yes, since it does exfoliate a little
- Cell regeneration: impossible to say
- Balance uneven skin tone: not on my skin
I give this product 4/7
Were to get it
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