Chemical Peel

Trichloracetic Acid Peels (TCA)

TCA Peels are unique treatments which eliminates dead skin build up to allow the skin to glow with health. TCA contain a mixture of different natural acids such as, Ascorbic acid (Vit C), Lactic acid (AHA), Hyaluronic acid, Retinol A (vitamin A which accelerates the skin cell renewal)Salicyclic acid (anti bacterial destroying agent) and Centella Asiatica (agent that increases collagen production by stimulating the enzyme).

Pores are deeply cleansed and impurities are removed. The skin moisture levels and natural collagen production are improved, resulting in a clear and bright complexion with firmed and toned contours. These are particularly ideal for all skin types with ageing and congested problems. TCA penetrates down to the deeper living layers of the skin where it changes the way skin is functioning, creating a younger and healthier skin. TCA peel is suitable for the face and all skin types.

Recommended number of treatments

A course of four treatments are recommended at one to two week intervals. A second treatment maybe required within one year to obtain maximum results.

Preparation for treatment

Following your consultation you will be advised to use prescribed home care products for at least two weeks in preparation for the TCA peel treatment. Not all skin types require preparation treatment.

Are there any side effects?

True allergic side effects to the peel are very rare. Slight redness and skin flaking is common following the treatment and this is why the skin needs to be prepared prior to peeling.

Is TCA Peel treatment painful?

TCA Peels are comfortable treatments. You may experience a mild tingling or stinging sensation when the peel is applied to your skin. This is normal and subsides very quickly depending on skin sensitivity.

What after care is required?

You will be advised of the appropriate products to use after your treatment which will protect your skin and assist in the treatment process. The area treated should not be washed until the following morning. Avoid jewellery and/or metals coming into contact with the treated areas until the day following the treatment. Your skin will feel tight and dry.

Apply moisturizers frequently to hydrate the skin. Drink water in good amounts. Avoid the sun and wear a sunscreen at all times, an SPF 30/40 is recommended, to protect your skin from further sun damage caused by unprotected exposure to UVA/UVB rays.

Glycolic Peels

Glycolic Peels are unique treatments which eliminates dead skin build up to allow the skin to glow with health. Glycolic Acid is the naturally occurring, non toxic Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) are a group of acids that are often found in fruit, sour milk, sugar and other products processed through bio-fermentation. AHA?s are believed to be the first chemical peels used by doctors over the past decades. Pores are deeply cleansed and impurities are removed. The skin moisture levels and natural collagen production are improved, resulting in a clear and bright complexion with firmed and toned contours. Glycolic penetrates down to the deeper living layers of the skin where it changes the way skin is functioning, creating a younger and healthier skin. Glycolic peel is suitable for the face and neck, back, hands and chest.

Recommended number of treatments

A course of eight to ten treatments are recommended at one to two week intervals for maximum results.

Preparation for treatment

Following your consultation you will be advised to use prescribed home care products for at least two weeks in preparation for the Glycolic peel treatment.

Are there any side effects?

True allergic side effects to the peel are very rare. Slight redness and skin flaking is common following the treatment and this is why the skin needs to be prepared prior to peeling.

Is Glycolic Peel treatment painful?

Glycolic Peels are comfortable treatments. You may experience a mild tingling or stinging sensation when the peel is applied to your skin. This is normal and subsides very quickly depending on skin sensitivity.

What after care is required?

You will be advised of the appropriate products to use after your treatment which will protect your skin and assist in the treatment process. Avoid jewellery and/or metals coming into contact with the treated areas until the day following the treatment. Your skin will feel tight and dry.

Apply moisturizers frequently to hydrate the skin. Drink water in good amounts. Avoid the sun and wear a sunscreen at all times, an SPF 30/40 is recommended, to protect your skin from further sun damage caused by unprotected exposure to UVA/UVB rays.

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