Chemical peels are one of the most popular cosmetic procedures to treat skin imperfections, fine lines, wrinkles and dark circles, helping to boost skin tone and texture. They can revitalise the appearance of the skin and are predominantly carried out to improve the complexion of the face, although they can also be performed on other parts of the body such as the neck and hands. There are a huge variety of peels available; with the simplest offering a rapid route to refreshed skin and others considerably reducing the effects of serious skin conditions. Our expert therapists will be happy to arrange a consultation to determine the best treatment for you. For the best results, it is important the peel is carried out in conjunction with a suitable skin care programme, which we are more than happy to advise on.
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- Improved skin clarity
- Even skin tone
- Uniform skin colour
- Improved skin texture
- Fast and precise procedure
- Reduction of blemishes, acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles
- Combat pigmentation and sun damaged skin
- Improve acne and acne-prone skin
- Fantastic for back and chest acne and pigmentation
How it is works?
Chemical peeling involves the safe removal of the outer layers of skin which can become damaged over time to reveal new, healthy skin layers and giving a more youthful appearance. The active ingredients work deep into your skin to exfoliate and refresh your complexion. The deeper the peel, the greater potential for improvement to the skin, although regardless of the depth of peels your skin will re-grow and should heal fully.
Is there any downtime?
The downtime required after treatment will vary according to the intensity of the peel, with some patients able to return to work immediately and other procedures requiring several days or perhaps weeks of recuperation.
Is it necessary to take a course of treatments?
While peels can be applied in isolation, for best results patients may wish to seek a course of treatment.
Which kind of peeling is available?
Chemical Peel Types:
1: Superficial Peels
2: Medium Depth Peels
3: Deep Peels
What are the advantages of Superficial Peels?
To reduce fine lines, rough skin texture, dry or flaking skin, age spots from sun damage and mild acne marks, as well as balancing irregular skin tones.
What are the indications of Medium Depth Peels?
To reduce small wrinkle lines, certain acne scars and some pigmentation problems, making different coloured skin more even.
What are the advantages of Deep Peels?
To reduce deeper lines, wrinkles and scars.
Which ingredients will be used during the procedures?
Following a consultation our skin care professional can use various types of chemical peels in different strengths to combat ageing skin, sun damage, pigmentation abnormalities and acne. Chemical peels include Glycolic, Salicylic, Lactic and Mandelic acids to achieve best results tailored for skin type and skin condition.