What it is:
A Chemical Peel is a skin resurfacing technique in which a chemical solution is applied to the face to remove the outer surface layers of skin. Chemical Peels come in a range of strengths, from a deeper Phenol Peel to more superficial peels, such as a Glycolic Acid peel. Chemical Peels allow new, healthier skin to emerge.
A chemical skin peel
Involves the application of a solution to the entire face or to specific areas to peel away the skin's top layers. Several light to medium-depth peels can often achieve similar results to one deeper peel treatment, with less risk and shorter recovery time.
Types of Chemical Peels
The different types of chemical peels vary according to their specific ingredients and their strength. The depth of their peeling action may also be determined by factors such as how long they remain on the skin and whether they are applied lightly or rubbed more vigorously onto the skin.
Who should consider Chemical Peel?
Any of the following conditions may indicate that you might be a good candidate for Chemical Peel.
Like the other resurfacing methods, the chemical peel is effective in treating wrinkles, blotchiness or age spots, and scars from acne or other causes. It can be used on the entire face or specific areas. Certain other characteristics of your skin, such as its thickness and texture, may influence whether you are a good candidate for chemical peel.
What skin problems do they claim to treat?
The Dermaceutic chemical peel range, can treat various skin conditions and disorders.They can be used to freshen up the skin and can help to treat acne, oily skin, pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, photo-damage and ageing skin. .They can be used on the face, the neck, the chest, the body and the hands. Most, but not all, are suitable for all skin types/colors
Very Superficial Peel 30% glycolic acid, pH2.5. For treating acne, oily skin, removing dead skin cell and deeply cleansing
Superficial Peel 50% glycolic acid, salicylic and lactic acids, pH1.7. For fine wrinkle reduction, skin lightening, oily skin regulation and spot treatment.
The skin will be cleaned with Dermaceutic Cleanser 5, rinsed with water and a thin layer of Mask Peel applied over the face, and then left for 2 minutes before rinsing with water.Treatment can be repeated every 2 weeks for a total of 4 sessions.
Prior to treatment it is recommended that Dermaceutic Serum 25 is applied twice daily to the face for a minimum of 2 weeks. This is said to improve peel results as well as identifying any areas of skin which are sensitive to glycolic acids.The skin will be cleaned with Dermaceutic Cleanser 5, rinsed with water and 2ml of Milk Peel applied over the face, and then left for 1 to 2 minutes before rinsing with water.Direct sunlight should be avoided post-treatment and a sunscreen worn
Peels not to be used in
Pregnant/breastfeeding women or those already on a chemical peeling or laser skin rejuvenation programme, or using retinol products. Recent scarring, depilation (hair removal) and sun burn are also not suitable for chemical peel treatment, along with skin infections such as herpes.
Chemical Peels prices available by request.
My skin feels less greasy and oily.Easier to apply makeup and make stays on longer. Love it. ~ Clare Grimes
Lots of my friends have commented on my skin.My skin feels beautiful and texture very smooth. ~ Linda Galvin
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