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What are the benefits of using an Enzyme during your facial?

Aesthetician’s use enzymes because skin conditions usually begin because of impaired enzyme activity within the skin structure.  The benifits of using an enzyme during a facial has vast benifits. We typically use enzymes during an enzyme facial to increase the exfoliation process in order to treat a wide variety of skin conditions.  For example, we treat acne, excesive keratinization, psoriasis or eczema to name a few skin conditions.  A topical enzyme helps to break down old fibers in the skin to make way for new ones to be synthesized.  If there is no enzymatic activity, then we would see a build up of dead cells and old fibers to the skin.  It also helps keep collagen and elastin in check to prevent them from dead cells building up.

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Ways to get natural enzymes are through your diet.  Raw fruits and vegetables are alkalizin and full of enzymes, vitamins and minerals.  Also adding natural, whole foods to a diet will aid in more enzymatic action.  Foods that have been processed (like lunch meats for example) hinder the necessary nutrients needed for the body.  Also consider sprouted breads and pastas, organic foods and adding supplements to your diet like omega 3 and 6’s. Using natural enzymes as well as eating nutricious enzymes help exfoliate and clear up skin conditions.

By using enzymes for the skin and eating nutricious enzymes, you will see fierce benifits your skin.  Thank you for reading about the benifits of using enzymes in your facial.

(Adapted from Skin Scripts)

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