Treat skin aging, brighten and condition skin with Chemical Peel programs

Chemical peels we use are either superficial or mid-strength treatments. All peel treatments need careful skin history and assessment, preparation where required and sensible aftercare for lasting benefits. Aggressive deep peels are painful, have more downtime and side-effects, so we do not do these. We believe, and have seen through experience that a good medium peel program with preparation and aftercare can give amazing results.

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Is a chemical peel treatment right for you?

Following any peel treatment, you MUST apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen. “Physical sunscreens”, that is, sunscreens containing only titanium dioxide/ zinc oxide, are preferred.
Your skin is to be considered as “compromised” as its top layer has been dissolved. So it will surely sensitive to sun for 4-6 weeks.
The use of SPF 30+ is essential in sensible aftercare, at least in light of the money spent on the peel treatment. One dermatologist’s advise is not to bother with peels, to patients who insist on tanning themselves in natural sun or in sunbeds.
Most ethical and knowledgeable doctors will emphatically advise such patients (who use sun-beds or persist in outdoor tanning) to not have a peel.
The decision to have a peel (or not) thus depends on your skin quality and condition and skin type. Peels are highly effective treatments, but not magic wands of anti-aging.

What peels CAN do

Peels can improve skin tone, smoothen texture and improve some hyperpigmentation (brown spots).

Peels must be followed with daily (come rain or shine) use of SPF 30+. If you can manage that, you can be assured of youthful skin for decades.

What peels CANNOT do


  • “lift” sagging skin.
  • “relax” frown muscles like botulinum does.
  • Peels cannot replace volume
  • Thus peels cannot treat age or exercise related hollowing of the face.