Skin peeling

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Peels are designed to exfoliate your skin and encourage it to renew itself by creating fresh new skin cells. They also stimulate the skin’s natural collagen production to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Skin peel treatments use acids and enzymes to exfoliate away layers of the skin to reveal fresher, clearer, more youthful looking skin beneath the surface.

The powerful blend of ingredients in skin peels work to reduce the appearance of open pores, remove dead skin cells, target blemishes, acne and pigmentation, and visibly smooth fine lines and wrinkles. The procedure is used all over the world to treat skin conditions such as fine line and wrinkles, acne, hyper-pigmentation and sun damage – the results can be life-transforming.

Benefits of Skin Peels​​

  • Rejuvenated, brighter skin

  • Dull skin revived

  • Removal of dead skin cells

  • Even skin texture and tone

  • Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Smoother, softer skin

  • Eliminated pigmentation and reduced effects of sun damage

  • Reduction of inflammation and breakouts caused by acne

  • Hydrated and nourished skin

  • Stimulated collagen production for plump and youthful-looking skin

Skin peeling (1 hour)                    £75


Whilst any side effects are uncommon, you may experience some redness, irritation, sensitivity and swelling to your skin after treatment.


  • Wash your face with cool water. Warm or hot water might not feel as good as cool or cold water, which can help soothe post-peel sensations.

  • Moisturize and hydrate. Since peels can temporarily compromise your skin’s protective barrier, it’s important to reinforce that barrier with a medium-to-thick moisturizer. Also, drink more water to help avoid dehydration, which could make your skin feel tight.

  • Apply sunscreen with SPF30 or more. Your skin is more delicate after a peel, so avoid direct sun exposure, which can lead to even more visible signs of skin ageing. If you must be exposed, use a Broad Spectrum physical sunscreen.

  • Avoid strenuous workouts, dry saunas and steam rooms. Increased blood circulation to the face can intensify warming, tingling, itching, redness or other uncomfortable side effects on freshly peeled skin. Skip such activities on the day you use a peel.

  • Don’t over-exfoliate. Peels are maximum-strength exfoliants, so you don’t need to use a separate exfoliant (like a scrub, brush or exfoliating cleanser) within 3-4 days of your peel. Over-exfoliating can lead to more redness or sensitivity, so wait until your skin feels up to it.

  • Once your skin feels “back to normal” after a peel, it’s generally considered OK to resume your normal skincare regimen.