Skincare serums can’t work their magic when their absorption is blocked by dull, dead skin cells. Dead skin cells also harbor bacteria and give acne a place to grow, So regular exfoliation is key. But sensitive skin types have a problem: topical serums like Vitamin C or retinols leave our skin irritated as it is, much less adding exfoliation on top. Can’t tolerate aHAs or other peels? Then we got the peel for you: Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel.
We love Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel because it is exceptionally effective but can be used daily. Mature and sensitive skin types especially benefit from fruit enzymes because dead skin comes off without rubbing and scrubbing. It can even be used on more delicate skin areas such as around the mouth.
Skin looks its’ best with regular exfoliation. Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel removes dead skin without irritation. It is perfect for acne-prone skin, sensitive skin, and mature skin because it cleanses, hydrates, and exfoliates. It is gentle enough to use twice a day.
But what I really love about this gel is it removes the rough, tired look of skin. The pandemic has left many of us feeling unkempt and a bit rough around the edges so to speak. This peeling gel quickly refines skin and removes that unpolished look, replacing it with healthy, smooth skin. It is spa-quality skin refinement.
- No animal or dairy ingredients
- Suitable for all skin types: sensitive, mature, acne-prone, dry, and oily
High-Performance Botanical Ingredients with zero skin irritation
Gelmersea is known as The Sensitive Skin Expert. This peel is approved by more than 1,000 beauty professionals and for good reason.
While a lot of peels can leave skin softer and younger-looking, many peels are drying to the skin. This peel actually hydrates.
Typically sensitive skin formulations aren’t as high-performance due to chemical limitations. Gelmersea gives an effective peel without harsh chemicals. It gets the job done using only natural ingredients.
Let’s take a look at this spa-worthy formulation:
Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel has a very light fresh aloe and chamomile scent.
It is exceptionally gentle. It does not sting, and the skin is not red or irritated after use. I can use it right before applying makeup and it creates a silky smooth finish.
Unlike many peels, it hydrates the skin. This leaves skin looking and feeling wonderful.
Use daily. Massage a pump or two of gel on a dry face and neck in a circular motion for 1-2 minutes. The gel will liquefy dead skin cells and impurities. Rinse with water. I choose to work in sections: my forehead, my chin and jawline, nose, cheeks, and then throat.
From the first use, Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel works quickly to slough off dead skin and sebum plugs. I hoped more stubborn blackheads on my nose would exfoliate away. They didn’t at first, but when I washed my face with Cerave that evening, blackheads began to rapidly purge. On my second use, they purged quickly. Meanwhile, I can barely keep my hands off my face because it feels so soft and smooth.
I love how it gives skin a softer, smoother, more refined look. Definitely softer and younger.
So much dead skin came off the first day, I didn’t expect much the next day. So I waited 2 days but it still managed to peel away even more dead skin. My skin felt amazingly smooth. It is gentle enough to use daily and very hydrating. I use it twice a week so dead skin cells have time to accumulate between uses.
I was very impressed with how well serums applied and absorbed after using Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel.
It was so amazing on the face, I tried it on hands and cuticles. It works far better than hand or cuticle creams. Another impressive result was how it softens the horizontal wrinkles on the front of my throat – the ones that get worse with “tech neck”. And I absolutely love it for de-aging the decolletage area. It works on sensitive areas like around the lips without excess stinging.
We are SO SO impressed to be able to get spa-like results at home with this peeling gel!
Skin looks smoother, softer, younger, and more refined. There is NO irritation. NONE. I can apply makeup or my treating serums immediately after use. Even if you can tolerate higher aHAs, there is a place in your skin routine for Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel.
WHERE TO BUY IT
Find Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel at https://www.gelmersea.com/products/enzyme-peeling-gel
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Gelmersea Enzyme Peeling Gel was submitted to Style Chicks for consideration purposes. All opinions and experiences are 100% our own.