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Chemical Peels

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     Face -       Single Treatment     £90.00
                       
Course of 4              £240.00

Chemical skin peels are cosmetic procedures used to improve the appearance and
texture of the skin. They involve the application of a chemical solution to the skin,
which causes the outermost layers to peel off, revealing fresher, smoother skin
underneath. Here are some common types of chemical skin peels and what they do:


1. Superficial Peels: These peels use mild acids, such as alpha-hydroxy acid or
glycolic acid, to remove only the outermost layer of the skin. They are usually used
to improve rough texture, mild discolouration, and dullness.


2. Medium Peels: Medium-strength peels use stronger acids, such as trichloroacetic
acid (TCA), to target both the outer and middle layers of the skin. They can address
more pronounced skin issues like uneven pigmentation, sun damage, and fine lines.


3. Deep Peels: Deep peels use stronger acids, such as phenol, to penetrate the
deeper layers of the skin. These peels can effectively treat more severe skin
problems like deep wrinkles, precancerous growths, and significant sun damage.
However, they are more invasive and require a longer recovery period compared to
superficial or medium peels.


Chemical peels can help to improve skin tone and texture, reduce fine lines and
wrinkles, diminish acne scars and pigmentation issues, and enhance overall skin
radiance. It is important to consult with our skincare professional to determine the
most suitable type and strength of chemical peel for your specific skin concerns.


Chemical Peels can help with…


Exfoliation
Acne
Hyper-pigmentation
Skin Texture
Scarring
Oil Control
Fine lines

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