Hello Shedding dead skin cells is an important process in the maintenance of a smooth, hydrated skin. At SKOON. we do not believe you need fifty ingredients to formulate a superior exfoliant. You need two.Papain and Bromelain.Proteolytic enzymes like Papain and Bromelain are a wonderfully natural and scientifically efficient way of accomplishing supplemental exfoliation at home.In line with the SKOON. belief that you know your skin better than anyone, our chemist has formulated a non-abrasive sherbet of enzymes and clay that is only activated when you add water. This user-friendly method ensures you get the most out of the ingredients, since enzymes are only activated on use. HOW TO USE Scoop 3 heaped teaspoons into a bowl, then add no more than 2 teaspoons of water and blend thoroughly with a spoon or a spatula until the sherbet is a smooth paste. Apply the mask to your face, taking care around the delicate eye area. Allow to penetrate for 5-8 minutes before rinsing with water and a muslin cloth.Normal/Dry Skin – use once a week.Oily Skin – use once or twice a week.Mature Skin – use once or twice a week.EXPRESS EXFOLIATION In a hurry? Dispense with mixing bowl paraphernalia. Using a small quantity of Papaya + Pineapple Sherbet in the palm of your hand, add water drop by drop until the sherbet is a smooth paste. Apply mask directly onto your skin, taking care around the delicate eye area. Allow to penetrate for 5-8 minutes before rinsing with water and a muslin cloth. FREE FROM PRESERVATIVES. INGREDIENTS Kaolin,Mannitol,Papain,Bromelain,Lavender Oil,Rose Geranium Oil,Lemon Peel Oil. THE CHEMSTRY ... As we grow older the sloughing of dead skin cells becomes more difficult, resulting in skin that appears dull, thicker and less toned. Removing this build-up of dead, damaged cells is called exfoliation. The simplest form of exfoliation is accomplished by using a Muslin Cloth during cleansing.More scientific – but still a completely natural way to exfoliate – is the use of proteolytic enzymes found in tropical fruit. The term "proteolytic" refers to an enzymatic reaction that digests dead protein material without harming living healthy cells. Unlike abrasive scrubs or other mechanical methods, proteolytic enzymes are selective and extremely unlikely to cause irritation.