Skin peels

Light, medium and deep chemical peels are a popular nonsurgical cosmetic procedure used to peel away the skin’s top layer to improve sun-damaged, unevenly pigmented and wrinkled skin. The acids within the peel used work by bringing the pH of the skin to an optimum acidity level. This action chemically loosens the dead cells causing exfoliation and allowing the promotion of new cell growth. Peels involve the application of a chemical solution to your entire face or just to certain areas. There are three types of peel – superficial, medium and deep. Superficial peels are used to remove skin cells from the top layer of the skin (epidermis). Medium peels are used to remove skin cells from both the top and middle layers of the skin (the upper part of the dermis). Deep peels affect the skin right down to the lower part of the dermis.

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Smoothes skin, reduces wrinkles and improves skin ageing, hyperpigmentation, acne and rosacea.

Glykopeel is a range of AHA Peels of 20%, 50% and 70% glycolic acid. It is used for the gentle treatment of fine lines and wrinkles, pigment spots, damage due to sun exposure, matt or dull complexion, loss of skin elasticity and mild acne.

Obagi Blue
Reduces wrinkles, blemishes and pigmentation problems.

Reduces coarse eye and mouth wrinkles, treats blotchy sun-damaged skin.

Trichloracetic (TCA) acid peel
A stronger, medium-depth peel. TCA formulas are often preferred because they have a reduced bleaching effect.

Reduces skin ageing, acne, smoothes acne scars, melisma, chloasma, keratosis and fine lines.

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