What are Chemical Peels?
A chemical peel is solution applied to the face to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of new cells.
The aim is to improve the appearance of the skin – for example, by reducing age spots and evening out skin tone.
There are 3 types of peels, called superficial, medium and deep.
Superficial and medium peels are usually safe, as long as they're done correctly. These type of peels are not permanent and they need to be repeated.
Suitable for ALL skin types and no downtime. Hydrating and brightening. Lactic, Phytic and Kojic acids are powerful tyrosinase inhibitors and antioxidants. This peel will leave you with a glow. Very good for dry skin as lactic acid hydrates and suitable for sensitive skin as low risk for side effects. All natural ingredients.
Suitable for MOST skin types and no downtime. A superficial glycolic and mandelic peel effective in treating hyperpigmentation, age spots, sun damage and dull skin. Inhibits bacterial growth p.acne. Restores and regenerates skin.
A medium depth peel that reaches the dermis. Regenerates and rejuvenates he skin. Pyruvic acid hydrolyses to lactic acid giving your skin all of the benefits of a medium depth peel without the irritation. Addresses multiple skin concerns such as photodamage, acne, moderate scars, sun damage and pigmentation disorders. Those with acne and oily or dry skin are indicated. Not everyone is indicated for this peel and a consultation is necessary.