Chemical Peels

A chemical peel treatment is a specific technique for skin renewal.  During this process a high concentration of glycolic acid and other substances like salicylic acid is applied to the skin for a short period of time and then chemically neutralised or removed to end the treatment. This procedure rapidly removes the damaged layer of surface skin cells revealing fresh skin and stimulating cell rebuilding and restructuring of deeper skin layers. This procedure can help the skin appear smoother, healthier, plumper and tighter. 

About the treatment:

> A peel is recommended to be done once a month.
> You will see a difference in radiance immediately after a peel.
> Almost anyone can be treated with a peel.
> There is little or no down time.
> There are different types of chemical peels and the Doctor will choose the right chemical peel system for you.

About a week before the peel, you should not do the following:

> waxing, depilatories and electrolysis
> masks, facials and topical exfoliators
> hair dying treatments, permanent wave or straightening treatments
> artificial tanning/sun bathing
> loofah or other types of exfoliating sponges

Please inform the Doctor if you suffer from any of the following:

> Cold sores
> Allergies or eczema
> Rosacea
> Seborrhoeic dermatitis
> A history of pigmentation disorder
> Excessive scarring tendency or keloid scarring
> Use or Roaccutane or similar medicines, anticoagulant or chemotherapy within the last 6 months
> Pregnancy or breastfeeding
> Recent cosmetic surgery, microdermabrasion or laser treatments
> Recent sunburn