06 April 2018

Skinstitut Enzymatic Micro Peel

Skinstitut micro peel, peeling masks

You may have seen me share the Skinstitut Enzymatic Micro Peel a few times over on my Instagram, but I haven't really spoken much about it other than I've really enjoyed using it. And after re-falling in love with it in the past few weeks it was about time I dedicated a blog post to it. 

Skinstitut mirco peel, skincare

If you haven't already heard of Skinstitut, they are an Australian brand that is vegan and cruelty free, offering high quality cosmeceutical products. They also aim to make their products really attainable by keeping their prices very affordable (all products are $45). 

I've used a few of their products in the past, first being introduce to the brand when I was getting laser hair removal, and have loved all the products I've tried (Gentle Cleanser and Glycolic Scrub) and their Micro Peel has not disappointed. 

This product is used as a mask, applying a thin layer to the entire face and recommended to leave on for 10 to 15 minutes. But my favourite part about this particular mask is it can be left on overnight! I tend to get very lazy with masks and not use them often as I find them so time consuming when you have to wait around to wash it off, so for me this was a HUGE selling point. 

Using fruit enzymes to gently remove dead skin cells and hydrate the skin, this does not feel like a typical peel, that can sometimes tingle, but instead feels like a lovely lightweight, hydrating mask. But don't be fooled into thinking that by being gentle it won't be as effective. I've found this to be incredibly good on the blackheads across my nose which have vastly improved since I've been using the micro peel regularly. 

My skin is left feeling hydrated, plump and oh so soft by the morning and I can't get enough of it 

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