Ok cool… that’s good to know. How many times do you think you’ve done this?
On another note I was in a drugstore today looking for some skin toner which claims to really clean skin well… removing impurities and such. Some of these mentioned lightening the skin, but it wasn’t the main purpose of the stuff. Anyway, I was about to buy one of these not really thinking it would do anything when I saw something else… it’s called Neutrogena illuminating skin polishing enzyme peel. If it does work this stuff would be perfect… I will write what’s on the back of the box below.
A twice per week facial care product that dramatically reveals smoother, softer, more even-toned skin after just one use. This breakthrough refreshing gel formula contains a naturally derived skin brightening enzyme and helps to polish skin, reduce the appearance of discolouration, blotchiness and uneven tone. Micro-exfoliators help reveal a smoother, more radiant complexion. Simply apply to freshly cleansed skin, leave on for 7 - 10 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Instantly you’ll see a noticeable improvement in the look and feel of skin. Used wo times per week, skin tone and uniformity are dramatically improved.
What does an enzyme peel do?
This product contains naturally-sourced botanical enzymes; they work by mimicking skin’s own enzymes, dissolving away cell adhesion molecules to exfoliate dead surface cells, thereby helping to reduce dicolouration and even skin tone. When an enzyme is able to work in skin’s natural pH environment and self-neutralize, minimal risk of over-exfoliation exists, making it an effective yet safe solution for intensice facial care at home.
Ok… so maybe it won’t work quite as well as it says there, but it could. Even if it works just a little bit it would be great. I have a pretty large dark area on my shaft which I really want to get rid of. Peeling is getting more difficult as I think your skin gets used to the stuff and doesn’t peel as well after using it a few times. Right now I’m waiting for it to heal from another peel, but I will try the Neutrogena stuff after that.
Any thoughts from anyone?