As Asian enzyme powders gained so much popularity, Peter Thomas Roth created Camu Camu Vitamin C Brightening Cleansing Powder. I use enzyme powders following my cleanser and Clarisonic each night. My favorite thing about these powders is that I rarely have to use a toner. They are also mild enough that most people can use them daily. I had been using AmorePacific’s Enzyme Treatment and Boscia’s version as well. I wasn’t quite as happy with Boscia’s version, so when Amanda at Bossier City’s Sephora (Inside JCP) told me about PTR’s version, I couldn’t wait to try it, especially considering it costs less than AmorePacific’s.
The Camu Camu berry contains 30 times the amount of vitamin C as an orange, so PTR has been using it in a plethora of products. This powder cleanses and exfoliates using bamboo and rice powders, along with Baltic amber and vitamin C. Its texture is more similar to AmorePacific’s than Boscia’s, which is why I like it. I also find the mild citrus scent to be quite refreshing.
I have a few GWP sized bottles of enzyme powder, so I’m good to go for a while. However, if I run out of those without getting more, I may very well re-purchase this.
Peter Thomas Roth Camu Camu Power C x 30 Vitamin C Brightening Cleansing Powder retails for $45.00 for 2.6 oz.