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Many skin imperfections are the result of sun damage, acne, ageing or a build up of dead skin cells that clog the pores making the skin appear dull, wrinkled, spotty, scarred and/or patchy.


A chemical peel can dramatically improve the appearance of the skin on the face, hands, neck and décolletage. A skin peel leaves your skin looking smoother, healthier, plumper and tighter.


Facial peels involve the application of a treatment such as chemicals to exfoliate damaged skin. The peels slough off the top layer of skin, revealing newer, more youthful skin. Going through a facial peel has some risks but also many benefits. The results you get from a facial peel depend on the depth of the peel and the concentration of the chemicals applied.


Superficial Facial Peel

A superficial facial peel causes the top layer of your skin to peel off. It does not penetrate deep into your skin or dermis, but rather affects only the epidermal or outer layer of facial skin. Superficial peels are often referred to as lunchtime peels because they don’t take up a lot of your time and you can return to your normal activities right after.

Superficial facial peels help make your skin smoother and more refreshed, reduces fine wrinkles, and improve the texture of skin, skin tone and the skin colour.


Medium Facial Peel

A medium facial peel affects the epidermis and the upper layer of the dermis. It causes skin on these layers of your body to peel off. It penetrates your skin deeper than a superficial peel and requires some time off work for healing.

Medium facial peels can be used to treat precancerous spots, shallow scars, crow's feet around your eyes, fine to moderate wrinkles and darker brown spots on your skin.


Deep Facial Peels

Phenol, a chemical agent, can be used for a deep facial peel. This type of peel results in the peeling off of your epidermis and penetrates the two layers of your dermis.

Deep facial peels require a longer recovery time, involve more pain and have a greater risk of complications. They cannot be used on darker skin types due to the risk of hypopigmentation or bleaching. Deep facial peels are used to treat deep facial wrinkles, severe sun damage, severe skin discoloration and deep acne scars.

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