Chemical Peel

Unveiling Skin's Radiant Potential

  • Exfoliation grounded in dermatological science
  • Clearer, brighter, and revitalised skin
  • Reduction of blemishes, pigmentation, and fine lines
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Treatment overview

Appointment duration
45 mins
Procedure intensity
Treatment intervals
4-6 weekly*
Starting from
* Individual results may vary.

Chemical Peel

Chemical Peels employ a precise blend of acids to resurface the skin, stripping away the outer layers marred by blemishes, sun damage, or age. Each peel is tailored to the patient’s unique needs, ensuring optimal results with minimal downtime.

Treatment benefits

The treatment transcends mere exfoliation. It triggers the skin's natural healing response, promoting collagen production and cell turnover. The outcome is skin that's not just clear, but also glowing with youthful vitality, all achieved with scientific precision.

  • Face
  • Hands
  • Neck
  • Decolletage
  • Anti wrinkle injections
  • Profhilo
  • Volite
  • Dermal fillers
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Frequently Asked

How do superficial chemical peels work?

Superficial chemical peels decrease the pH of the skin, which loosens the connections between dead skin cells, inducing exfoliation and stimulating new cell growth. This process causes superficial layers of dead skin to peel off, revealing a smoother and more radiant complexion. Chemical peels can also thicken the epidermis, increase dermal volume and stimulate collagen.
Superficial peels rarely cause side effects. However, hyperpigmentation can still occur with darker skin types.

Are chemical peels safe?

Complications are rare. A careful medical history is taken before any procedure to ensure the appropriate peel is chosen and will be most effective and safe. Straight after a peel , depending on its type , the skin may feel hot and slightly swollen and tight. Very rare side effects include infection and post inflammatory pigmentation.

How do medium peels work?

Medium chemical peels cause protein coagulation and cell necrosis (cell death) in the epidermis and dermis. This induces inflammation and the wound-healing cascade, which leads to dermal regeneration including collagen stimulation.

Does the procedure hurt?

Medium depth peels are not painful. Some peels give the feeling of warmth, some can burn slightly. Dr Nicky carefully monitors the effect of the peel during the treatment ensuring that no patient suffers pain. She recommends a post procedure skincare regime to minimise complications, heal and soothe the skin and then maintain the results.

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