Give the Face an All-Natural Glow with Ava MD in Santa Monica

Give the Face an All-Natural Glow

Aging and different life stressors could be the culprit when you look in the mirror and realize you look older and overall worse than ever. When you start noticing those fine lines on the corners of your eyes, those huge pores, the scars of past acnes that never faded, and even age spots, don’t just sit there and accept the bitter reality. There is still so much we can do with that.

Dr. Ava Shamban offers all-natural treatment called Enzyme Facial in Santa Monica. This is not your ordinary facial treatment since it uses organic enzymes, which are chemicals that speed up chemical reactions in a safer and a biological way.

Enzymes for skin care

There can be a lot of reactions that can be made by enzymes, but its two primary uses in the field of skin care would be for anti-inflammation and exfoliation. Enzymes that can be found in papain or pineapple can have favorable effects in the skin.

Exfoliating effect

Enzymes are known to be effective exfoliants. These substances act as scrubs, working on the upper layer of the skin which is where dead skin cells usually gather. After then, these enzymes increase the speed of skin cell replacement, as well. By accelerating the rate of these chemical reactions, newer and younger cells are produced, ridding the face of the old and dead ones.

Pore cleanser

These enzymes are a great help to facial treatments since they have the ability to penetrate the skin, including the pores, and cleansing them in the process. This results to a more improved facial tone and texture.

Safe to use

Since these substances are natural, the treatment will not wound the skin unlike other treatments that use chemicals. Once you undergo the procedure, you will not likely experience redness on your face so you won’t have to worry about getting out of the house.

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To indulge in the wonder of enzyme facial, contact our team of experts and book an appointment today.