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 Though chemical peels are a great choice for thorough skin exfoliation and resurfacing, they may not be suitable for everyone, especially those with sensitive skin. But just because a chemical peel may not be right for you, it doesn’t mean that you have to avoid peeling treatments altogether—instead, you can opt to get an enzyme peel treatment, which is much gentler. Like chemical peels, salon-quality enzyme peels aim to produce rejuvenating skin effects, except without the use of harsh chemicals and the downtime for recovery. Find and book an appointment for an enzyme peel treatment near you on Booksy! 
Enzyme peel near you

Enzyme peel - customer reviews

Where do I start!!! Alyssa was amazing! She was not only sweet, professional, and knowledgeable. Her space was very relaxing and well stocked and organized. I was extraordinarily comfortable and left...

Nikki B… 16/06/2022


Glowbylyssa

5609 stine rd, 93313 Bakersfield

Very professional set up, Alyssa is very attentive to what your skin needs without trying to push anything on you. I will definitely be coming back

Jade M… 14/06/2022


Glowbylyssa

5609 stine rd, 93313 Bakersfield

What is an enzyme peel?

What is an enzyme peel?

 An enzyme peel is a type of facial treatment that’s designed to break down dead skin cells, leaving you with a soft and glowing complexion. Enzyme peels are made with natural fruit enzymes that gently eat away at the outer layers of dead skin, without burning the skin the way chemical peels do—and they’re safe for just about all skin types (including sensitive skin) and are even suitable for pregnant women. What to expect from an enzyme peel? You can certainly expect a noticeable difference in your skin’s appearance and feel following an enzyme peel treatment! Enzyme peel benefits not only include an improvement in the skin’s texture, but they also minimize fine lines, wrinkles, and scarring, fade discoloration due to aging or sun damage, unclog and shrink pores, and even boost collagen production and help balance the skin’s natural pH levels. How to find the best enzyme peel treatment near you? Want to know where to find the best enzyme peel in your area? Booksy is the number one platform to use for finding local beauty and wellness treatments near you! Use our convenient search bar tool to give a little more information about what you’re looking for. Then, check out some of the customer reviews to help you decide which business is the best one to book with or use the “Sort by” filter to instantly access the best picks! How do I make an appointment for an enzyme peel treatment? On Booksy, you can schedule an appointment online directly from your mobile phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer! First using the Booksy search engine bar, find a business you’d like to book an appointment with by searching for enzyme peels near you. Once you’ve located the treatment and provider you’d like to book, you can click or tap the “Book” button to complete the scheduling process—that’s it! It’s that easy. How much does an enzyme peel cost? The cost of an enzyme peel will depend on a few different factors, but you can explore prices for enzyme peels near you via Booksy! Usually, professional enzyme peels at the salon are priced between $100 to $200, in comparison to at-home varieties of enzyme peel products like AmorePacific Enzyme Peel which are typically priced lower since they are much less effective and won’t produce the same type of results as a salon-quality enzyme peel will. How do you prepare for an enzyme peel treatment? There’s really not much you’ll need to do to prepare for an enzyme peel treatment—for the most part, it’s just a matter of booking your appointment and heading over to the salon. The main thing you’ll want to know before you go is to avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds prior to getting your enzyme peel. If you happen to have any open wounds on your face, skip out on getting an enzyme peel until after the wounds have healed, since these types of factors could cause irritation and inflammation.