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Chemical peel

A chemical peel can be used to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve texture/tone, reduce pore size, increase hydration and moisture retention, give skin a smoother appearance and diminish the appearance of hyper pigmentation. Layers of product are applied based on your unique skin composition and needs.

Depending on the type of peel our doctor advised for your skin type, one treatment session may be sufficient, but sometimes multiple treatments are required in order to obtainoptimal results spaced 2-6 weeks apart.

When I shouldn’t have the chemical peel treatment?

  • If you are Pregnant or currently breast feeding.
  • If you suffer with Herpes Simplex (cold sores or fever blisters). An anti-viral medication may be necessary prior to treatment.
  • If you have had extensive sun or tanning within the last 3 days prior the treatment.
  • Using Roaccutane or Retinol products in the past 6 months.
  • Using topical retinol products in the past 2 weeks.
  • Waxing of area to be treated in the past 7 days.
  • Any other chemical peel within 14 days of the treatment.
  • An allergy to aspirin.

What are the possible risks or complications?

It is common to feel mild to moderate discomfort or pain and Slight redness or swelling immediately after the treatment applied.
The skin can be more sensitivity to the sun, hence sun protection with high sun protection factors is advised at all time.

Other rare complications like:

  • Pigment changes
  • Scarring
  • Allergic reaction
  • Skin infection

How much it will cost?

  • Chemical peels cost start from £325
  • You will be offered a free comprehensive assessment with our doctor.
  • Treatment plan with the exact cost and number of sessions required to achieve your goals will follow.
  • Take home skin products, follow up and after treatment support all included in the price.

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