How to Make Homemade Face Peels

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Homemade face peels are made with enzyme-rich foods, such as pumpkin or papaya, which are layered on top of a gauze-covered face. Use natural fruits to digest dead skin cells on the face with beauty advice from a certified aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

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Hi, I'm Kelli. I'm an aesthetician and makeup artist at Ulta Salon Cosmetics and I'm going to tell you how you can make a home made facial peel. Easiest thing to do is to get either some pumpkin or some papaya, either one. Both are enzymes so what that means is they're going to digest the dead skin that's sitting on top of the face. So you're going to get a piece of gauze, lay it on top of the face, and get some eye pads, either some cotton rounds or if you have an actual eye mask, that'll work really well, either one. Take some pumpkin and you're going to actually lay it on top of the gauze, kind of layer it on top of the gauze. Or if you want to do some papaya, you can actually crush up some papaya and you can put that on top of the gauze, as well. So you can do either or. You're going to let it sit on the face for about five to ten minutes, and that's going to give the natural enzymes in the mask time to work and time to digest the dead skin cells. And afterwards, you can just peel off the gauze. It's going to take off all the pumpkin or papaya, which either one you choose to use. And you're going to have really nice fresh healthy skin and it's going to have digested all the dead skin so you'll have smoother skin, more even tone and more even texture. So that's a way that you can do an at home facial peel.


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