Skin peels

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Skin peels

Chemical Peels are an effective way to improve a number of different skin conditions, depending on your specific skin condition and your treatment can be tailored using a range of options.

 

Chemical Peels work in a variety of ways to stimulate cell renewal, hydrate, refine, and rejuvenate the skin, as well as regenerate and resurface damaged skin.

 

The active ingredients we use include Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) – such as Glycolic, Lactic acid – as well as Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs) like Salicylic acid, along with and Enzymes.

skin peel

Chemical Peels are an effective way to improve a number of different skin conditions, depending on your specific skin condition and your treatment can be tailored using a range of options.

Chemical Peels work in a variety of ways to stimulate cell renewal, hydrate, refine, and rejuvenate the skin, as well as regenerate and resurface damaged skin.

The active ingredients we use include Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) – such as Glycolic, Lactic acid – as well as Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs) like Salicylic acid, along with and Enzymes.

You will feel a mild tingling feeling whilst the peel is active

  • Fine lines and pigmentation will be significantly reduced and your skin will appear refreshed immediately
  • Any pigmentation may appear darker before drying out and peeling off within a few days
  • Significant overall improvement is seen in as few as 3-4 treatments

48 HOURS BEFORE
No cosmetic injections in the treatment area.

3 DAYS BEFORE
Avoid excess sun exposure or fake tanning. Cease using cosmeceutical retinol.

2 WEEKS BEFORE

Prepare your skin using the recommended skincare products. Avoid laser or IPL hair removal, waxing or depilatory creams and electrolysis. Avoid prescription retinol (topical vitamin A) or Hydroquinone (whitening creams). No chemical peels or laser resurfacing treatments.