Chemical Peels

What Are Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are a transformative skincare treatment designed to rejuvenate and enhance the appearance of the skin.

By applying a specially formulated solution to the skin, chemical peels work to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of new cells. This process not only improves the texture and tone of the skin but also reduces or improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne, scars, and uneven skin pigmentation.

Our clinic offers a range of chemical peels, from gentle formulations for subtle rejuvenation to more intensive peels for dramatic improvement. Each treatment is tailored to the individual's skin type and desired outcomes, ensuring a personalized approach to achieving radiant, healthy-looking skin .

The Peel

Chemical peels offer a multitude of benefits for those seeking to enhance their skin's appearance and health. Embrace the transformative power of chemical peels at our clinic and unlock the secret to radiant, healthy-looking skin.


Varies On The Chosen Peel & Strength

Treatment Time

60 Minutes

Recovery time

Varies On The Chosen Peel & Strength

The journey begins with a comprehensive consultation, either in-person or via a free telephone call. This initial step is crucial for assessing your skin's needs and discussing your cosmetic goals. Your practitioner will examine your skin, address any concerns, and recommend the most suitable type of chemical peel. This phase sets the foundation for a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific skin condition and desired outcomes.


On the day of your appointment, your skin will be thoroughly cleansed to prepare for the chemical peel. The practitioner will apply the chemical solution to your skin, carefully monitoring the process to achieve optimal results. The type of peel, its concentration, and the duration it remains on your skin are determined based on the initial consultation and skin analysis. You may feel a tingling or slight discomfort during the application, which is normal.


Post-treatment care is paramount for a successful recovery and to maximize the benefits of the peel. It's essential to protect your skin with SPF, use only gentle cleansers, and keep your skin moisturized and hydrated. Avoid picking or peeling any flaking skin, as this can interfere with the healing process. Your practitioner will provide specific aftercare instructions, including when it's safe to resume using makeup and return to your regular skincare routine. Follow-up appointments may be scheduled to monitor your progress and address any follow-up treatments if necessary.



Selecting the right chemical peel depends on various factors, including your skin type, condition, and desired outcome. Consulting with a skincare professional can help determine which type of peel—light, medium, or deep—is most appropriate for your skin concerns and goals.

Post-peel care varies depending on the peel's depth. Common expectations include redness, peeling, and sensitivity to sunlight. Your dermatologist will provide specific aftercare instructions, which may involve moisturizing, avoiding direct sun exposure, and using gentle skincare products to aid in recovery.

Recovery times vary based on the type and strength of the peel. Light peels might have minimal downtime, allowing for a quick return to daily activities, while medium to deep peels may require more extensive recovery periods due to deeper skin resurfacing.

Chemical peels are versatile treatments that can address a wide range of skin concerns, including acne, fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and texture. Your aesthetic professional will assess your skin condition and recommend the most effective peel to target your specific concerns.

The ideal type of chemical peel for you depends on your skin condition, goals, and how much downtime you can afford. Light peels are great for subtle improvements with no downtime, while medium and deep peels offer more dramatic results but require a longer recovery period. A consultation with a skincare professional is the best way to determine which peel suits your needs.