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Chemical Peels

Chemical peel is a skin treatment which is used to improve and smooth out the surface of the skin.

There are a variety of different chemical peels used to treat different skin conditions and suit different skin types with a customised formula which could be created to your individual needs.

A chemical solution is applied to the face to peel off the top layers of skin which leads to smoother, healthier new skin growth which appears less wrinkled than the old skin. Chemical peels benefit and rejuvenate the skin of men and women of all ages.

Chemical Peels Use

The skin is the largest organ of the human body and is constantly exposed to the sun, wind and other external elements can have an adverse impact on the skin over the years.

Chemical peels can correct and improve superficial skin conditions, some of the common outcomes are:

  • Softening of Scars

  • Correction of uneven pigment

  • Reduction in wrinkles

  • Removal of blemishes

  • General improvement of skin texture

There are several chemical peel treatments that are meant to accelerate the removal of old dead cells on the surface of the skin. They are meant to bring forth the softer and smoother skin below. These chemical peels treatments are gentle compared to the laser resurfacing techniques. Peels can be combined with other treatments to give the best desired results.


Carla Bolton

I had a chemical peel, my skin looks amazing and I am so pleased. I have had skin issues for many years and am so grateful as it looks better than ever before. I will be booking more treatments! Beautiful clinic and lovely people! 5 stars!!!!

Sandra S

Very pleased with the treatment I've received from Tracey, I've been to her many times now and very happy with the results. She is very gentle. She puts you at ease immediately. She is Extremely professional & I would always recommend Tracey to friends and family 😊

Lucy Pharaoh

Dr Tracey was very welcoming and calmed my nerves. She explained everything and I felt very comfortable.
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