Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is a technique used to give fresher more youthful skin. We use a chemical solution that contain enzymes and acids to exfoliate and remove dead cells on the surface of skin. This improves the appearance of skin on the face, neck or hands. The new, regenerated skin is often smoother, brighter and less wrinkled than the older skin.

Sun damage


Acne scars

Old looking skin

Hyper pigmentation

Frequently asked questions

How does it look?

Skin appears more uniform in colour, youthful and healthier. Acne scars and wrinkles appear reduced and noticeably smoother.

How long does it last?

Following the treatment, skin will tighten, get darker and peel. The whole process takes 5-7 days. With lighter peels, some redness is experienced that settles in a few hours and you can return the work the following day.

What happens at the first consultation?

At your initial consultation you will be seen by a surgeon who has years of skin care experience.

We will identify areas that concern you and tailor a lifestyle program in a friendly atmosphere around you. You should only proceed with the treatment that you feel is right for you. All peels need to be picked and tailored for your skin type and this may involve patch testing prior to the treatment. This ensure the treatment is suitable for your specific skin type.

Skin peels come in various solutions and strength and its important to have a thorough assessment to target your specific need.

What happens after?

All clients go back to their normal life, the day after treatment. Some activities need to be avoided for a few hours, like lying flat and bending forward. Other activities should be avoided for a day or two like hot showers and exercise.

Are there any side effects?

Following the treatment their may be some redness, swelling and bruising. This varies significantly between patients. This is normal for any peel and is temporary. Very uncommon side effects include.

Contact us to receive a confidential, in-depth personal consultation.


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