Exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin with a Chemical Peel.
Enjoy radiant, younger looking skin. Chemical peels can also be used to reduce the appearance of common skin complaints, including acne scarring, sun damage, and rosacea.Book an Appointment
Replenish. Generate. Rejuvenate.
Chemical peels work by removing the outermost layer of the facial skin. A slightly acidic liquid is applied across the face, and this will then remove the layers of dead skin through deep exfoliation. This leaves your skin smoother, more even, and more radiant. This process will then encourage the skin to replenish itself, by generating new cells and rejuvenating your skin.
Which chemical peel is right for you?
Choosing the right chemical peel for your skin and your skin issue is vital. Some chemical peels are designed to help address specific concerns such as: acne, rosacea, scars, pigmentation, fine lines, uneven skin tone, dark marks, skin complexion and texture.
Other chemical peels are designed simply to provide deep exfoliation and effective skin rejuvenation. We’ll help you make the right choice.
To maintain the stunning, radiant effects from your chemical peel, you will need to consider regular treatment. The effect of the chemical peel is not permanent, and overtime your skin problems may become more noticeable again. Regular treatment can help keep your skin healthy and exfoliated so that you always look at your best.
With a wide range of different chemical peels available, a professional consultation will be necessary to help decide and plan the right treatment for you. As qualified nurses, we have the knowledge and experience to make sure you get the best treatment, and the best results.
Take care of your skin.
After a chemical peel you should:
- avoid make up for 6 hours minimum
- avoid swimming
- use sun cream with both UVA and UVB protection
You may experience some mild redness after treatment, and your facial skin may feel a little bit tight. This will only last for a few hours.