Did you Know Chemical Peel Treatments can Rejuvenate Your Skin?

As the summer becomes a distant memory, many of us will be looking for therapies and treatments that can restore that healthy glow and revive our complexions. If you long for bright, beautiful, youthful skin without undergoing surgery, we may have just the solution for you. Our chemical peels are designed to revive and rejuvenate the skin, making them the ideal option for those keen to enjoy that healthy summer radiance all year-round.

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a skin treatment which involves applying a mask of carefully selected chemicals to the surface of the skin. The mask exfoliates the skin, removing dead skin cells and revitalising the upper layers of the skin. Chemical peels are hugely versatile, and they offer benefits for individuals with all kinds of different complaints or flaws, from pigmentation and open pores, to blemishes and facial lines. The aim is to breathe new life into your complexion so that you look and feel a million dollars.

What does treatment involve?

Before you have a chemical peel, you will be invited to an informal consultation, which will enable you to find out more about the treatment and give our experienced practitioners the chance to take a good look at your complexion. Before your first session, you will be asked to apply a special primer to your skin for two weeks. This will help to prepare the skin for treatment. Chemical peels are then placed on the skin over the course of a 4-week period, with one treatment session per week. After your treatment, you will be provided with a post peel cream and a strong sunblock to protect your skin. You’ll start to notice a difference after the first session but the full extent of the results will start to become visible a few days after your final treatment.

Chemical peels are suitable for all skin types, and we use a medium-strength mask.

If you’d like to find out more about chemical peels or you’re keen to book a consultation, why not get in touch with us today?