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Skin Watchers Enzyme Powder Wash

Suitable for all skin types but especially beneficially for Acne skin! Natural & Paraben Free

 

Skin Watchers Enzyme Powder Wash is a unique papaya based enzyme powder that activates upon contact with water, releasing Papain to smooth the skin and accelerate cell renewal.

It starts out in powder form, which you mix with a little water in your hand to make a paste. The powder becomes a silky smooth lather when water is added.

This product works wonder. It removes dead skin cells, eliminates bacteria, smoothes your skin and causes your cells to regenerate faster. It also contains herbal extracts from German Chamomile, Chitosan, and Citrus Grandis, natural skin brighteners that balance uneven skin pigmentation.

 

Skin Watchers Enzyme Powder Wash doesn’t dry or irritate skin. It contains Betaine, a natural phyto hydrating agent that penetrates the skin, keeping is calm, soft, supple and moisturize.

It is free from artificial coloring matter, paraben, alcohol, talc and mineral oil.

Content: 70g

 

How to use

Take a small dab of enzyme wash on your palm and put some lukewarm water on it. 

Rub your palms together and foams will come out.

Wash your face in circular motion to massage your face.

(If you let the enzyme powder to stay on your face for about a minute,

it will eliminate the germs on your face).


 

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