Reveal new, younger-looking skin
Chemical peeling is a deep exfoliation that helps to improve the tone and texture of your skin by smoothing out the signs of ageing and sun exposure.
What is it?
Chemical peeling involves the application of a chemical agent to the skin in order to strip away the outer layer, revealing brighter, healthier, new skin beneath.
Treating your face, neck or hands, chemical peels are perfect for evening out skin tone, smoothing deep wrinkles and fine lines, improving the appearance of acne and scarring, as well as reducing age spots and freckles and other pigmentation discolouration.
We offer a variety of different peels. One of our professional skin specialists will advise you on which is the most appropriate for your skin type and needs.
A revolutionary cosmedical-grade peel that targets the visible signs of ageing and sun damage by encouraging healthy new cell production. The result is a revitalised, smoother and more radiant complexion.
Enzymatic Micro Peel
A gentle micro-exfoliating treatment that’s designed to soothe, hydrate and micro-exfoliate dry, flaking and sensitive skin. This peel can be applied to skin prior to dermal therapy or after microdermabrasion.
This unique peel is suitable for all skin types and can be intensified by layering with other peels or customised with Vitamin C. It helps to renew, brighten and smooth the skin.
A cosmedical-grade intensive skin peeling system designed to accelerate skin regeneration and resurfacing of the skin for maximum results.
Redness, inflammation and mild to moderate peeling is usual for a few days after treatment. Proper skincare is essential in order to speed healing and to ensure long-lasting results.
Why should I get it?
As well as dramatically renewed and brightened skin, chemical peels can also treat sun damaged skin, which may contain pre-cancerous keratoses. Following treatment, these spots may improve and new pre-cancerous lesions are less likely to appear.
• Prior to treatment, one of our expert staff will offer a free consultation to discuss the best treatment for your needs and skin type. In some cases, a chemical peel may not be advised.