DMK Enzyme Ther­apy

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Beauty -

Most fa­cials use high-tech tools and in­gre­di­ents to dis­solve dead skin cells and dis­lodge de­bris from pores. But the DMK Enzyme Ther­apy fa­cial utilises the skin’s in­ter­nal mech­a­nisms to boost cir­cu­la­tion, oxy­gena­tion and lym­phatic drainage. There are two sig­na­ture steps. First, a liq­uid mag­net-like so­lu­tion – used post-cleans­ing – draws out and va­por­ises tox­ins, so don’t be sur­prised if you de­tect an un­pleas­ant odour. Next is the hard­en­ing mask, which pro­duces a plas­matic ef­fect where vis­i­bly di­lated cap­il­lar­ies pump freshly oxy­genated blood to the area (they should dis­ap­pear af­ter 10 min­utes). Back-to-back treat­ments are rec­om­mended for max­i­mum ben­e­fits, but even af­ter just one ses­sion the com­plex­ion al­ready ap­pears smoother and firmer.

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