Skin Peels

A wide range of facial peels and resurfacers tailored to your requirements. A chemical peel refers to the application of chemical solutions to smoothen the texture of skin by eliminating its damaged outer layers. Skin is likely to become uneven, scarred, spotted or wrinkled as a result of exposure to the sun, acne or just due aging. Though generally employed for face, such peels may be used for improving the skin of hands and necks.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is an exfoliator?

Exfoliators are the gentlest way to refresh the skin. Working on the top layer of the epidermis, the

stratum corneum, it removes the dead skin cells revealing the new, healthy skin below. Exfoliators

are topical and have no down-time.

What exfoliators do you use?

Thalgo which harnesses the ingredients from the sea.

What is a resurfacer?

Resurfacers, sometimes referred to as mild peels, are superficial treatments, meaning that they work on the very top layers of the epidermis and use enzymes and acids to refine and exfoliate. Resurfacers generally have little-to-no downtime following treatment.

What resurfacers do you use?

MCeutic Rénovation Radicale ®

The first MCEUTIC corrective solution which targets the causes of imperfections and irregularities that are resistant to conventional cosmetics, to restore the skin’s health and smoothness.

What is a skin peel?

Skin peels treat the top layers but also penetrate the mid to lower levels of the epidermis, delivering stronger, extended results.

Chemical facial peels (also known as skin peels) are the application of a specialist acidic solution to the face.

I use many different types of acid that are excellent at penetrating skin, the different products offer different strengths and combinations allowing me to tailor the treatment to your needs.

Once the acidic solution is applied to the face it reacts with the upper layers of the epidermis (skin) which are dead. The solution weakens the binding properties that hold the dead skin together.

The action of the peel removes the damaged and dead outer layers of the skin, revealing healthier new skin cells giving the skin a rejuvenated look.

What Skin peels do you use?

Glycopeel by BeautyLab®

Glycopeel Facial - A unique resurfacing treatment which combines Glycolic Acid and Pomegranate Enzyme for optimum effect, leading to softer, smoother & brighter complexion. Although this is visible within the first treatment, a progressive 6 weeks course is recommended for optimum long lasting results. Recommended for all skin types.

Glycopeel Hand Treatment - A luxurious radiance treatment for hands which targets wrinkles, blemishes and age spots. This can be performed as a 'stand alone' or incorporated into any BeautyLab facial or body treatment. Recommended for ageing hands.

Glycopeel Back Treatment - The ultimate cleanser and refiner for all skin types. Perfect to even out and bring radiance to another neglected part of the body. Most effective as a course of treatments. Recommended for all backs.

Cliniccare® Peels

Refresh Peel -The CLINICCARE Refresh AHA Peel is a superficial chemical peel that removes the upper layers of the epidermis (pH 1.55). It strengthens the skin and stimulates collagen synthesis.

Suitable for:

  • Ageing skin
  • Photo damaged skin
  • Rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles
  • Enlarged pores, dull, sallow skin color

Glow Peel-The CLINICCARE Glow AHA Peel is a mild superficial glycolic acid peel which will remove the upper layer of the epidermis (pH 1.7). It inhibits melanin synthesis, brightens the skin, evens out discolouration and is safe to use on darker skin.

Suitable for:

  • Photo damaged skin
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles
  • Enlarged pores, dull, sallow skin color
  • Ageing skin

Pure Peel -The CLINICCARE Pure BHA Peel is a light superficial chemical peel that will remove the upper layers of the epidermis (pH 2.4).

This peel is suitable for acne treatments and can be used to improve skin texture.

Suitable for:

  • Inflammatory and non-inflammatory acne
  • Blackheads and comedones
  • Rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles
  • Enlarged pores
  • Skin ageing