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Pumpkin Mask Peel MD

The professional/medical level Pumpkin Mask Peel is administered by a professional aesthecian or dermatologist. It is normally part of a regular facial that is scheduled every six to eight weeks.

The pumpkin mask which smells and looks a lot like pumpkin pie filling is applied to freshly cleaned skin with a fan style brush avoiding the eye area. I did experience a slight stinging but it wasn’t uncomfortable or untolerable. My aesthecian left it on for about 15 minutes and then wiped it off using two large round wet sponges. After my skin was dry I noticed that my skin felt super soft. I did have some redness but my skin is quite sensitive and I’ve come to expect a certain amount of redness when undergoing any procedure.

A few days after the pumpkin peel I did notice that my pores seem much smaller, my skin appeared more even toned and was staying clearer longer all of which I attribute to the acidic nature of the pumpkin peel dissolving that nasty cellular glue gunk that leads to clogged pores which then leads to the dreaded acne.

Ms. Distressed Derma rates this treatment: :)   Treatment with a :( for price which ranges from $65 to $80 per facial.

Disclaimer: All opinions and reviews at DistressedDerma.com are based on my experience. This is not a medical opinion nor a paid product endorsement – it’s only my opinion. Your experiences may vary.

Submitted by Ms. distressedDERMA on Monday, 28 July 2008


12 Responses to “Pumpkin Mask Peel MD”

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    LifeCell Says:

    I have heard of masks of other types of mask from other types of vegetables and fruits but not a pumpkin mask before. Although it does sound pretty interesting. I might give it a try sometime.

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    Joan Says:

    I found this website and it seems to offer a cheap do it yourself pumpkin face mask, I tried it out and it worked okay not great. http://www.care2.com/greenliving/pumpkin-face-mask-vitamin-rich.html

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    Patrick Says:

    pumpkin mask, hmmm…very interesting, I think I’ll look into it further…won’t make me look like a Jack O’ Lantern, will it?

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    bobi Says:

    I have heard about the pumpkin mask as well.. people need to make sure they don’t have any strange allergies though I am sure. I have heard about pumpkin as a good astringent too along with red wine. Suppose natural products are just better. Good to know.

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    Cascadia Says:

    I don’t think I could stand having something that smelt like a Pumpkin Pie on my face. I would definitely succumb to eating it. Although, I guess I would need some whip cream. Great information! Thanks.

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    Invisalign Says:

    Either that or carve it!! I have tried masks before and they have never really helped my acne. I have not tried the pumpkin one though. I am going this week!! Im a 23 year old who should be done with these dreaded pimples! Thanks for the post! You may turn out to be my savior!

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    Portafill Says:

    I really didnt know about this.Thanks for letting me know.U are great!

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    Mattie Says:

    Hi,

    I have heard about the pumpkin mask as well.. people need to make sure they don’t have any strange allergies though I am sure. I have heard about pumpkin as a good astringent too along with red wine. Suppose natural products are just better. Good to know.

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    The Skincare Lady Says:

    I’ve been reading a lot about the pumpkin masks as well, what with Halloween coming up…what recommendations do you have to help with dry/sensitive skin? Is there a different recipe I should follow?

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    Josephine the treatment lady Says:

    A pumpkin mask? I have not yet try using this facial mask. But I heard positive feedback after applying this facial mask. I use an avocado facial mask before. I would like to try this pumpkin facial mask. Nice post. Thanks for sharing.

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