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Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure used to improve the appearance and texture of the skin by applying a chemical solution to the skin's surface. This solution causes the top layers of skin to peel off, revealing smoother, younger-looking skin underneath. 

Targets:

  • Acne

  • Sun Damage

  • Fine Lines & Wrinkles

  • Uneven Skin Tone

  • Superficial Scars

  • Skin Texture

  • Hyperpigmentation

Contraindications:

  • Use of Accutane®, Retin-A®, or other medications that exfoliate or thin the skin within 6 months

  • Recent Laser Treatments

  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding 

  • Recent Injectable Treatments

  • Active Skin Conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, or dermatitis

  • Skin Allergies or Sensitivities

  • History of Keloids 

  • Sunburned or Windburned Skin

  • Open lesions or sores

  • Cancer

  • Severe Rosacea or Acne 

Pre-care:

  • Avoid Hair Removal in the area a week before treatment

  • Avoid Sun Exposure a week before treatment

  • Avoid the use of exfoliant products a few days before

  • Avoid the use of Retinol a week before treatment

  • Hydrate

Post-care:

  • Gently cleanse the treated area with a mild, non-irritating cleanser and lukewarm water.

  • Apply a gentle, hydrating moisturizer to the treated area to help soothe and hydrate the skin

  • Avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds for at least one week post-treatment

  • Refrain from using harsh or abrasive skincare products, including exfoliants, retinoids, and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), for at least one week post-peel. 

  • Avoid Picking or Scratching

  • Stay Hydrated

  • SPF 50 should be applied regularly to the treatment area

Price £80-200

Coming soon

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