Why You Should Use Enzyme Powder Wash
Enzyme Powder Wash is a treatment that gently cleanses and exfoliates the skin, using enzymes as its main components.
Benefits of Enzyme Powder
Enzyme powder dissolves the upper layer of the epidermis, which accumulates dirt, sebum, dead cells, and cosmetic residues. Enzymes are usually present in cleansing foams, peeling gels and masks, but their action is most effective specifically in enzyme powder. In addition, it’s a money saving alternative — one bottle is sufficient for a long time of usage.
Enzyme powder wash is ideal not just for oily skin, but also for sensitive, thin and dry skin. It stimulates cell renewal, helps to cope with black spots, as well as recommended as an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial cosmetic product.
The advantages of enzyme powder are that, by dissolving the upper layer of the epidermis, it does not damage its protective layer, which is called the hydrolipid mantle. Using enzyme powder, you will get rid of the dullness of the skin, so it will look healthy and shiny. In addition to enzymes, the powder usually contains extracts from plants, vitamins and essential oils.
How to use enzyme powder
Method #1: Gentle Cleansing
Mix the enzyme powder with a small amount of water, foaming to a mousse-like consistency. Apply the powder to the face, neck and décolleté areas, and gently massage for two minutes. Then wash it off.
Method #2: Deep Cleansing
Apply enzyme powder to a slightly damp cosmetic sponge, without adding water. Thus you will be able to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin particles.
Whatever method you choose, enzyme powder wash can be used as a delicate skin cleanser on a daily basis. But deep cleansing should be carried out no more than 1-2 times a week. Have in mind that you should not keep the powder on the skin for a long time, so it would not start affecting your healthy skin cells.