Jyunka Epidermal Peel Treatment Kit

3 Oct

Do your skin feel rough and patchy? Do your complexion look uneven and dull? Or your face is congested with blackheads and pigmentations? And you are wondering why your favorite serum and cream ain’’t delivering the result as it used to before?

Then perhaps the next question you should ask yourself would be: “Is my skin thoroughly clean?”

It is not rocket science that when your skin is fresh and clean, it could absorb topical skincare faster and looks better. That is why regular exfoliation is necessary to remove dead skin cells and aids skin regeneration.
Basically there are two types of exfoliation: mechanical and chemical.  By means of mechanical exfoliation, it is the use of a scrub or other form of exfoliating products to slough away the dead skin cells and other impurities using physical motions.  This works on the surface level of the skin and may scratch and irritate the skin. Chemical exfoliation on the other hand, uses acid solution to do the job. While there is no scrubbing or rubbing required in this process, some chemical would aggress the skin and cause redness and irritates the skin as well.

When my skin suddenly went hay-wired some years back, I zoomed into a renowned uptown beauty medical clinic and was convinced a sign up an AHA peeling package.  No doubt my troubled blemishes have started to heal by the third session, my skin has also become thin and irritable. It was sensitive to touch, dry and perpetually peeling! Not only that, my face would turned fiery red at the slight exposure to the sun and the burning sensation was so unbearable that I resorted to lunch in everyday during that period and eventually stopped the treatment altogether.

After avoiding chemical peeling like plaque for years, I finally tried it again early last month at the Jyunka Challenge. Skeptically, I watched the trainer demonstrates the application and followed every instruction cautiously using the Jyunka Epidermal Peel Treatment Kit, a DIY chemical exfoliant kit that contains of glycolic acid cream and an alkaline neutralizing lotion. The usage of the peel is easy in two steps, first by applying a thin and even layer of the Epidermal cream onto the  face and left on for 5 minutes and then pat on the Epidermal lotion using a circular upward and outward motion. The lotion acts a neutralizer and I was surprised by how  it could instantly soothes and calms the tingling sensation that I have experienced during the application of the cream.

My skin is relatively sensitive so I was expecting to see some redness but the reflection of myself in the mirror was almost unbelievable! The dullness and tiredness of my skin has magically disappeared and nope, there wasn’t a single patch of redness in sight. My skin felt clean, soft and smooth and my face has never looked so bright and fresh before!

The result is simply astonishing!

The good thing about this Jyunka Epidermal Peel Treatment Kit is that it is gentle enough for regular use and it also treats spot-on areas effectively. To combat pigmentations, you could apply it on the problem spot three times a week. For blackheads, you could treat the effected area for three consecutive days and thereafter, one or twice a week. For general maintenance, use it one or twice a week to slough off dead skin cells, revive dullness as well as to refine and renew your skin.

Jyunka Epidermal Peel Treatment Kit costs SGD$119/kit and consist of Epidermal Cream x 20ml and Epidermal Lotion x 28ml. For more product information, please visit Jyunka Facebook page.

 Alright guys, that’s all for now. I’m off for a peeling good time!

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One Response to “Jyunka Epidermal Peel Treatment Kit”

  1. Aries October 8, 2012 at 5:03 pm #

    Care to share what are ur beauty & Skincare regimes?

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