How Enzyme Therapy Can Help Tired and Aging Skin

Read the label on your skincare products, and you will likely find words such as vitamins, probiotics, and enzymes. You may be wondering: What exactly are enzymes and how do they help your skin? And if you’ve ever heard of enzyme therapy, you might be asking: Is it right for you? Here’s everything you need to know.

Explaining enzymes

Enzymes are some of the most useful chemicals in biological processes because they speed up the rate of certain chemical reactions—which means that they can make reactions that normally require dangerously high temperatures happen at normal body temperatures. They are widely used in the food industry to ripen fruits and make things like cheese and wine.

In skincare and science is used two ways: for anti-inflammation and for exfoliation. Some enzymes are very good exfoliants while being gentler than microdermabrasion, scrubs, and other such methods. They work by breaking down the upper layer of the skin, which is largely made up of dead skin cells that contain keratin. They break down keratin proteins to reveal smoother skin.

Other enzymes that are naturally found in the skin—particularly phospholipase and lipase— work like scavengers that get rid of free radicals while protecting the skin from oxidative damage. These enzymes help shield your complexion from sun damage, acne, and pollutants in the environment.

Enzymes have been found to have a lot of potential in skincare products. They can definitely benefit your skin, and recent advances have made them much more stable. That said, it’s best to come in for professionally administered enzyme therapy to get the best results. A trained expert can ensure that the enzyme therapy session is done safely and that your skin truly gets the pampering it deserves.

DMK enzyme therapy

Created by a renowned Beverly Hills cosmetic chemist, botanical scientist, and skin specialist, DMK enzyme treatments harness the power of transfer messenger enzymes to make your skin function like young and healthy skin does.

The treatment flushes away free radicals and toxins while stimulating the production of collagen. It enhances optimal skin function and creates long-lasting results.

Think of it this way: As you age, you experience an excess build-up of dead skin tissues and start to show signs of poor skin function. Both of these result in wrinkles, premature aging, fine lines, blackheads, and breakouts.

This is where DMK enzyme therapy can be helpful. It can:

  • Break down dead and redundant cell build-up
  • Get rid of impurities in debris to leave a healthy and clear complexion
  • Increase cellular activity to encourage skin nourishment
  • Deliver oxygenation to help tissues regenerate
  • Provide antioxidants to fight free radicals
  • Stimulate the skin to form collagen
  • Renew elastin activity to make skin firmer and tighter

DMK enzyme treatment that can be customized to match your unique body chemistry. It works regardless of gender, age, ethnic background, or skin condition. By correcting skin conditions naturally, it promotes optimal skin functioning to slow down the aging process.

This revolutionary enzyme therapy works with your skin’s internal systems to increase oxygenation, circulation, and lymphatic drainage. It also strengthens and tightens the skin by enhancing the production of collagen. Reverse osmosis clears the skin of toxins and free radicals while boosting free water levels to make the skin youthful and bouncy.

This treatment has attracted so many celebrities, and it’s easy to see why. The first session takes about an hour and 45 minutes. It starts with a consultation where you will be asked about your general lifestyle, diet, and exercise regimen. Two deep skin cleanses follow; the second cleanse gets rid of impurities and toxins in the skin while an amino acid exfoliates preps your complexion for the enzyme mask, which then stays on for 45 minutes.

If you are interested in this enzyme therapy, make an appointment now at DMK Skincare Australia.