Peel Boosting Tips

Take a long hot bath and exfoliate your skin very thorough with a scrub and face washer.

Then perform the peel straight after – before you even leave the bathroom. Make sure everything is all set-up before you get in. The more salt from sweat you have in your skin, the stronger the peel will become.
The skin should still be warm and subtle. The salts in your skin will increase the intensity of the peel.

I will warn you, if you have prepared the skin appropriately, it will sting the moment it hits the skin. Try to work it in (rub into your skin) as long and hard as you can. Use a fan if you want.

The reality is that you need to get the peel to hurt at a pain factor of at least 8 out of 10 for at least 5 mins to get a good peel (keeping the pain at that level by continuing to rub throughout that 5 mins – adding more lotion as required).

Don’t worry, it is perfectly safe. It may feel (in fact it will feel) like you are pushing 2 hard and may do damage– but in reality – you could not go anywhere near the pain threshold you would need to in order to even get close to damaging your skin. This product is unable to reach the dermis, so any work is superficial (meaning it will peel off)

Keep adding lotion to the herbs as you work them in. The longer you work them in, the more painful it will become. Be brave!!

If you don’t have a bath – steam your skin over a large bowl of boiling water and a towel.

You can try again straight away.

Keep skin dry as possible over the 5 day peeling process. For BEST results. Don’t wash or wet your face over the entire period. Try not to sweat or perspire

The last tip to really get the peel strong is to make the herb mixture half herbs and half table salt. For example; mix one small teaspoon of herbs to one small teaspoon of ground table salt