Clay makes my skin red, why should I try BayWest Skincare’s Fruit Enzyme Mask?

Clay has many amazing qualities, couple of them being healing and oil absorbing. The skin can turn red is due to an increase of blood flow, which increases collagen and oxygen to the skin which is one of the amazing qualities of clay! The redness should subside in 30 minutes or less. If the skin is red and itching this is a rare adverse reaction and the mask should be removed with cold water immediately.

When should I use this product?

The Fruit Enzyme Mask can be applied 2-3 times per week.

Is this product safe for sensitive skin?

Here at BayWest Skincare we are proud to have formulated all of our products with sensitive skin types in mind, but we also know that sensitivity can vary from person to person. 

What are the benefits of Fruit Enzymes?

The use of fruit enzymes is considered a chemical exfoliation (don’t worry, even natural compounds are considered as ‘chemicals’) which means the enzymes don’t only remove debris from the surface of the skin, they even remove impurities from inside your pores, giving you a deeper natural exfoliating treatment with the help from pineapple and papaya enzymes!

How many uses are in each product?

There are at least 15-20 mask applications in each 100ml glass jar. This estimate is only for facial application.

How do I use this product?

After double cleansing with the Acne Clay Cleanser, pat your face dry and apply a thin, opaque layer of the Fruit Enzyme Mask to your face, chest, back or where needed. Avoid direct eye contact. Leave to set for 10-15 minutes. Remove with warm water and enjoy!