Sunday, November 1, 2009

Review: June Jacobs Papaya Purifying Enzyme Masque

A few weeks back we were invited to the June Jacobs Institute in New York for a facial. We loved how soothing the facial was--it left us glowing and ready for a night on the town, not red an blotchy. Our fave take home product the Papaya Purifying Enzyme Masque.

We're always a sucker for a good peel--and sometimes we can get a little too aggressive with the products we chose. But the Papaya Purifying Enzyme Masque is strong enough to give results we can see, but gentle enough that it didn't leave our Irish/German skin flaky. In addition to papaya enzymes, the masque contains mango and pineapple extracts to slough away the dead skin cells. What we love about it is that with sweet almond and borage seed, plus white, red and green tea extracts--it's ultra moisturizing. It smells yummy, too, thanks to goji berry, pomegranate and grapeseed extracts--also potent anti-agers.

We've been using the Papaya Purifying Enzyme Masque once a week, leaving it on for a full 10 minutes. Our skin is noticeably softer and brighter. Love!

This review was based on a free sample.

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