The cheat’s way to a perfect, enviable complexion and flawless looking skin for our Mornington Peninsula and Mount Eliza clients!
Chemical Peels are a safe and non invasive treatment for smoothing, retexturing and clarifying your skin. Chemical peels work both superficially to refine your skin and clear acne, and dermally to stimulate collagen and correct underlying pigmentation & sun damage.
The cosmeceutical ingredients in our Chemical Peels causes dead skin to “slough” or peel off, leaving regenerated skin which is smoother, clearer and less wrinkled. Used alone or in conjunction with other treatments, such as Microdermabrasion for a more intensive effect, you will definitively notice dramatic results from this amazing treatment!
- Acne Scars
- Skin Damage
- Enlarged Pores
- Fine Lines
- Skin Exfoliation
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Chemical Peels?
A Chemical Peel is a treatment used to help loosen up dead skin cells and facilitate hydration and penetration of active ingredients.
Chemical Peels stimulate collagen in the dermis, exfoliate dead, damaged and pigmented skin cells to reveal fresh new cells.
Peels increase cellular renewal, increase epidermal thickness and unclog pores. There is no downtime, the treatment can be done during a lunch break.
What conditions can be treated?
Chemical Peels are used for conditions such as congested skin, acne scarring, enlarged pores, sun damaged skin, fine lines, pigmentation and general skin rejuvenation.
Peels promote a healthy, smooth, radiant and even skin tone.
How will I look after treatment?
It is normal for the skin to be pink after the treatment, lasting up to a few hours. Mild exfoliation is common in the first few days of the early treatments, but is uncommon once the skin is in better condition.
How many treatments will I need?
For best results it is necessary to have multiple treatments over a period of time. For general rejuvenation approximately six treatments are required.
Skin peels are not suitable for all skin types. We welcome you to come in for a skin assessment prior to treatment.