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Brighten & Smoothen Complexion

A Beneficial Method of Exofoliating and Regenerating the Skin using Acidic Solutions

What is a Chemical Peel?

A Chemical Peel is a medical-grade facial in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove damaged skin cells, treat wrinkles and correct scars and sunspot discolourations.

The application of one or more chemical solutions on the skin helps to break down the top layer of the skin where imperfections such as uneven skin tone and texture, blemishes and pigmentation exists while encouraging rapid cell regeneration.

These medical-grade chemical peels differ from others in that they incoporate the latest in medically and scientifically research ingredients to nourish, hydrate and rejuvenate the skin.


Treat and control acne formation (black/whiteheads)


Lighten superficial pigmentation on the skin


Helps to minimise fine lines and wrinkles

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Improve the appearance of mild acne marks and scars

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Benefits of Chemical Peels


By removing the skin's damaged outer layer, it will reveal a new layer of skin free of dry and fine lines


Certain chemical solutions (such as salicylic acid) helps to significantly reduce acne and prevent future blemishes from forming


By sloughing away the top layer of the skin, it helps to reduce discoloured pigmentation for a more even-toned complexion.


Chemical peels can help to visibly reduce and repair sun damage to the skin. It helps to strip away old, damaged cells to reveal more youthful-looking skin.


Allows better penetration of skincare products to be absorbed more efficiently to increase the effectiveness in your skincare regimen


Types of Chemical Peels

Chemical peels come in many different strengths and acidic formulations ranging from superficial to higher penetrating peels.


Some common acids in chemical peels are alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs), and trichloroacetic acid (TCA).


AHAs are often used to treat signs of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and uneven texture. BHAs are often used to treat problematic skin concerns such as blemishes, large pores and uneven texture.


TCA is often used to treat more advanced visible signs of aging and discoloration caused by sun damage, acne, or hormones.

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Salicylic Acid Peel

A BHA derived from the bark of the willow tree and typically used to combat acne.


Salicylic Acid Peel is effective in treating acne-prone skin with prominent blackheads and whiteheads. It promotes the shedding dead skin cells, and penetrates comedones and pores to prevent clogging and neutralises acne-causing bacteria.


It also has anti-inflammatory benefits.

Glycolic Acid Peel

An AHA derived from fruit. Glycolic acid peels are used for superficial or medium depth peeling.


Glycolic acid possesses bactericidal effects on the acne-causing Propionibacterium acnes. In addition, glycolic acid peels can also improve skin texture, lighten mild pigmentation, minimise fine lines, and are also anti-inflammatory. 

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