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Chemical Peel

Chemical peels, sometimes known as skin peels, use active chemicals and naturally occurring acids

that have been clinically shown to deeply exfoliate the skin, promote the formation of collagen, and encourage the creation and turnover of new cells producing skin that is more radiant and youthful- looking.


Skin peels, which are a natural combination of acids and enzymes, exfoliate your skin and stimulate cell turnover. This means that the dead cells on the surface are removed, and new cells are encouraged to grow, exposing the smoother, younger skin underneath. In order to lessen the

appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, peels also increase the production of collagen and elastin.


To exfoliate and reconstruct the skin, a chemical solution is applied to the face and/or certain body parts, and left on for a few minutes to penetrate the epidermis and deeper layers. The potent combination of chemicals helps to address a variety of skin issues, including as treating acne, repairing sun damage, pigmentation, and fine wrinkles; it also helps to reduce the appearance of open pores, redness, rosacea, age spots, and blemishes.

Are chemical peels safe?

Without a doubt. Chemical peels provide no risks at all. The manufacturers and suppliers test all of our products on a variety of skin types and issues before our staff puts them to the test.
You can be confident that you’re in the best and safest hands because everyone who does a skin peel has had extensive medical training. Your hair and eyes will be shielded during the procedure, and depending on the peel and your skin type, we always advise prepping your skin with the appropriate skincare products beforehand. Make an appointment with a skin specialist to discuss your options for a skin peel programme.

Do chemical peels hurt?

It’s natural to feel a tiny tingling sensation during your treatment while the chemical peel works on your skin because of the active chemicals. We never keep skin peels on the skin longer than is recommended, and to eliminate any tingling sensations, we neutralise the skin when the peel is removed. In order to ensure that you receive the best effects from your treatment and to take care of your skin thereafter, we will always provide the appropriate at-home skincare routine.

Do I need to prepare for a chemical peel?

The skincare peel we propose for your skin type and issue will determine how best to
prepare before your peel. Certain peels necessitate skincare before to the procedure, while others do not. During your consultation, we will always let you know if you need to prepare and will suggest the best skincare products for that purpose.

What happens after a chemical peel?

Your skin will appear slightly younger, feel softer, and have better tone and texture when
you begin your skin peel programme. You can have redness or peeling depending on the chemical peel and your skin problem; as it heals, your skin will become better. Since we take great delight in providing the greatest care, we’ll advise you to take home the proper skincare products to take care of your skin and to get regular, ongoing treatments for the best outcomes.

What are the benefits of a chemical peel?

Numerous issues, such as acne, acne scarring, sun damage, age spots, hyperpigmentation, the indications of ageing, and uneven skin tone and texture, can be improved by chemical peels. The amount of recovery time will depend on the chemical peel; a deeper peel may result in a somewhat longer healing period for the skin because there is usually more “peeling,” but the effects are more noticeable.


This is something that our injectors pride themselves on. When delivered by a skilled practitioner, anti-ageing injectables can provide stunning, subtle changes that boost your skin’s radiance and youthfulness, and beautifully enhance your features.

Is chemical peel right for me?

Many people can benefit from skin peels, which can address a wide range of skin issues such as age spots, enlarged pores, wrinkles, fine lines, acne and acne scars, dark spots, and sun-damaged skin. Chemical peels are great if you want to practically start over with your skin. However, whether or not you’re a good candidate for a skin peel will depend on a number of things, including your skin type and the type of concern you have. Schedule an appointment to talk about the best skin peel for you with one of our skin experts.


Don’t worry if you are not sure what your skin needs!

We offer complimentary consultations to help you choose the most suitable treatment.