Qualified Practitioner
Dr Ros Debenham MBChB MRCGP

Chemical Peels Using ZO & SkinCeuticals products

 

The Problem

As we age the skin cell turnover slows down and the skin starts to look dull and lack lustre compared to having that youthful glow. As we age there is also pigmentation or age spots that flaw the skin. Blocked pores give rise to black heads and acne.

 

Treatment

Chemical peels rejuvenate the skin and leave your complexion luminous. A peel is a perfect treatment to have to help kick-start rejuvenation in your skin. It is also used for pigmentation and also to unblock pores, reduce sebum production and acne break outs.

 

How does a Chemical Peel work?

Many clients are frightened of chemical peels having seen the very deep ones carried out on some of the popular TV programs. At Radiance MediSpa we use the latest ZO and SkinCeuticals peels that ‘achieve the peel’ at the time and give little to no peeling after the treatment yet still get the results The solution applied helps to remove the damaged skin cells via a chemical reaction. The skin is first cleansed then a preparatory solution is applied before the peel itself. The peel is left on the skin for 2-10 minutes depending on the type of peel.

 

The Results

Our latest Hollywood non-peel peel can be used even on the day of a special event and leaves the skin bright, refreshed and beautifully smooth. Make up can be applied straight afterwards. Deeper peels will cause some skin shedding like mild ‘skin dandruff’ whilst the very deep ones cause obvious peeling.

 

The Downtime

This depends on the depth of peel but with most of our peels there is no downtime. Sunscreen should be used after a peel as we would advise every client to use.

 


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Where can a Chemical Peel be applied?

A chemical peel procedure can be used to treat the face, neck, hands, chest and back.

How much does a Chemical Peel cost?

Chemical Peels cost £70 – £100 depending on scope of treatment required.

How do I book an appointment for a Chemical Peel?

If you are considering a Chemical Peel call us on 01392 277 799 book a complimentary consultation with Katie Debenham or Charlotte King.

3 Comments

  1. Harriet Barwick5

    Radiance MediSpa was recommended to me three months ago by a family member as my skin was looking tired, I was getting more spots than usual and everything I was using and making it worse. I had a consultation with Katie and since then I haven’t looked back! Katie has now done three hollywood peels on my skin and the difference is incredible. Combined with using the ZO products, my skin has become clear, vibrant and I don’t have to wear makeup anymore

  2. Chelcie Grimes5

    I’ve had many chemical peels with Charlotte. At first I felt it was slightly uncomfortable and felt tingly however it is definitely worth it as it’s only for a few minutes and after a treatment my skin feels really clean and clear . A great feeling if you normally suffer with spots. I must say after having multiple chemical peels I am now used to the sensation and it’s absolutely fine!

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