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Skin Resurfacing Glycolic Peel

  • 30 min
  • From 55 British pounds
  • Wood Street

Service Description

Aesthetics treatment. ​ A chemical derma peel is a method of resurfacing of the skin by inducing a controlled wound. ​ This treatment is a 40% Glycolic peel pharmaceutical graded DCL product, very safe and beneficial. ​ A weekly course of up to 6 treatments is recommended if treating skin problems such as pigmentation, acne and scarring. It is also a wonderful monthly treatment to refresh the skin and balance sebum as a skin resurfacing aesthetics treatment. ​ A chemical peel penetrates deeper compared to regular exfoliation. Improves hydration and regeneration of the skin Boosts the production of natural hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin. Improves fine lines Evens out skin tone and texture Acne problems, including Hormonal Acne Helps to even Pigmentation, and Photodamage. Powerful anti-microbial Skin peel time is increased within a course of treatments and results will continue to improve with subsequent treatments. ​ One of the most popular non-invasive treatments available with no downtime, no superficial uncomfortable peeling and suitable for most skin types. This skin rejuvenation treatment leaves skin feeling soft, smooth and revitalised improving fine lines, pigmentation and uneven skin tone & texture. The peel itself is a powerful anti-microbial agent and is buffered with willow herb, a natural anti-inflammatory, making it an excellent treatment for active acne and folliculitis. It's important to note that the benefits of glycolic peels may vary depending on the individual. If you've never had a peel, we recommended you first book a consultation/test patch to to determine if glycolic peels are suitable for your specific skin requirements.


Cancellation Policy

We are open by appointment only. If the booking times available are not convenient for you, please get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate you.


Contact Details

  • studio 7, 3 Wood Street, Hoylake, Wirral, UK


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