DMK develops treatments for aestheticians to use in their clinics. One of the most popular treatments is the DMK Enzyme Therapy for the face and body. The treatment is supposed to work with your lymphatic system and your body’s enzymes to help remove dead skin cells and toxins, promote blood circulation, help with acne and pigmentation, and restore skin. For the body enzyme therapy, additional benefits include reducing bacne and strengthening and firming the skin. The mask has to remain on the skin for 45 minutes, and in that time, it dries and tightens.
Insider’s Caroline Aghajanian visited Tamara Petrucci, an aesthetician and the owner of Tamara’s Skin Care Clinic in Yorba Linda, California, to try the face and body treatment herself and see if it lives up to the hype. At Tamara’s clinic, the treatment starts at $160 and goes up depending on the surface area.
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The Enzyme Mask That Treats Acne And Contours Skin | Beauty Explorers