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Fall is the perfect time to treat yourself to the 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel! A pumpkin enzyme peel is so much better for your skin than stand-alone acids due to the nutrients pumpkin contains.  Our 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel is made of pure, organic pumpkin puree. But it’s not all pumpkin here! Our formulation combines the benefits of pumpkin with glycolic, lactic, salicylic & fruit acids for a safe yet highly effective anti-aging peel! Exfoliate your skin and feed it at the same time with the following vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

Hi everyone! Here's another question I get a lot - and it's a tough one to answer! But I tried.... read on! Question: I am planning on starting a new skin care regime. I have just turned 40 and look at 45. I have deep wrinkles on my forehead and sagging jowls and my skin looks wrinkly. What products would you suggest if I were to get one or 2. Let me know. Thank you kindly! Answer: That's a very tough question for me, because everyone's skin is different since it's a living organ.

Question: Please advise. I am in my mid 50's and looking for a product that will help with the dreaded turkey neck that is now showing. Answer: I have a great protocol for turkey neck.... it's not going to work overnight, but it does work. It also gets rid of neck rings.

Question: I just received my Pumpkin Peel today. I have dry skin and I'm doing a Microdermabrasion every month. I just want to ask how often should I apply the pumpkin peel? Answer: Hi Anne, Exfoliation is SO important, but it's just as important not to overdo it. If you're getting microdermabrasion on a monthly basis, I would say that's enough for normal skin.

Hi everyone! I’ve just added a new, very effective deep exfoliating cleansing gel that has glycolic acid, lactic acid, malic acid and salicylic acid in it. As you know, I’m against using an acid on your skin on a daily basis. But that pertains to an acid that stays on your skin – not one you wash off.