I fancy myself something of an armchair dermatologist, so I’ve been testing at-home peels. Peter Thomas Roth Firmx Peeling Gel ($48, qvc.com) relies on pomegranate and pineapple enzymes to dissolve dead surface skin cells. Le Métier de Beauté’s is a combo package: First comes the glycolic- and salicylic-acid-based Chem60 Pro-Peel, then the antioxidant-rich Glow10ai Mask ($265, neimanmarcus.com). Stand over a sink when you try these—removing them reminds me of peeling Elmer’s Glue off my hands at camp. Perricone MD Blue Plasma ($95, sephora.com) is also enzyme-based (extracted from salmon roe), but you don’t need to peel or rinse it off, and you can use it every day. And no, it won’t leave you smelling fishy.