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August 31, 2009 by  
Filed under Anti-aging Skin Care, Skin Care

enzyme peel facial ENZYME PEELS   HOW DO THEY WORK?
We all want to look younger, more refreshed and rejuvenated.
But, there’s a million and one products and treatments out there that claim to deliver miracle results. So how do you know which to choose and which is best for you?
The popularity of the Peel is become more apparent across NJ Day Spas and Medi-spas today. The reason being is that we now have the technology to perform more gentle peels that don’t require weeks of healing and recovery time. Today you have the option of using a natural enzyme peel that gradually refreshes the skin over a short period of time and delivers phenomenal results
An Enzyme Peel is formulated with a specific blend of natural fruit enzymes, antioxidants and vitamins to treat new skin tissue while removing old skin cells without burning or irritation. This remarkable resurfacing treatment is gentle enough to peel away dull, dry skin and polish the skin to produce a smooth, healthy, younger looking complexion, without causing superficial injury to the skin cells.
An Enzyme Peel only takes about 30 minutes and is recommended as part of a series of 4-6 treatments.
To learn more about Enzyme Peels, schedule a complimentary skin analysis with one of our certified Aestheticians.
Located on the famed Pier Village beachfront boardwalk, Aquamedica Day Spa and Salon is truly a destination promising tranquility and serenity.

Valentina offers free skin care consultations, call 732-222-8611


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