Everything You Need To Know About Papaya And Skincare

Everything You Need To Know About Papaya And Skincare

Did you hear the news? Papaya is finally getting the love it deserves in the skincare world. We knew there was something special about it when we created the Enzyme Cleansing Powder 5 years ago – packed with papaya. Let’s take a walk down memory lane on the benefits of papaya, starting with these FAQs:

More than just a tasty fruit.

Papayas are naturally potent in vitamins A, B, and C. These vitamins all work together to be a powerful antioxidant-rich and antibacterial treatment great for the skin. The 3 main components of papaya that can be used in skincare are papaya enzymes, papaya seed oil, and papaya extract. All 3 forms differ in concentrations but all smooth, brighten, moisturize, and soothe. 

Is papaya safe for acne-prone and sensitive skin?

Papaya enzymes are great for acne-prone skin. The gentle exfoliation of the top layer of skin can help prevent clogged pores that can lead to future breakouts. Our Enzyme cleansing powder was formulated to be a daily cleanser for both day and night that transforms into a luxurious lather. Perfectly safe to use on sensitive skin every day. 

Is papaya a non-comedogenic ingredient?

Although papaya enzymes are great to get rid of dead skin cells, some products on the market contain heavy oils or other harsh additives. Our ECP is in powder form and doesn’t contain any oils or acne-causing ingredients making it skin-loving and non-comedogenic.

Can papaya enzymes help with skin texture?

The enzymes papain and chymopapain can decrease inflammation. Both enzymes are also known to remove damaged keratin (skin cells)  that can build up on the skin and form small bumps. 

Is it vegan?

Yes! The Enzyme Cleansing Powder is free of parabens, sulfates, and synthetic fragrances and dyes. It is vegan and most definitely cruelty-free.

Where is the Enzyme Cleansing Powder made?

Our cleanser is formulated and made by one of the most credible skincare labs in South Korea.

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