This facial treatment will refine and refresh your skin. You will have a younger looking appearance, assisting with signs of ageing, scarring and it will lighten uneven pigmentation.
What is a Chemical Peel?
We provide a range of skin peels to suit different skin concerns. Skin will benefit from exfoliation that will improve skin radiance, texture and tone. Using both Lactic Acid and Glycolic Acid in their skin peels. The depth of skin exfoliation will vary depending on factors such as time on the skin, thickness of the epidermis and skin condition.
How does it work?
Peels treat a wide range of skin concerns. The acid in the peel will loosen the glue-like substance that binds the dead and damaged cells together causing it to ex-foliate and reveal fresh skin that is smoother, more radiant with improved tone, texture and a less wrinkled appearance. We offer a personalised treatment specifically for your problem area.
What Area’s Can You Treat?
The area’s that you can treat with chemical peels are the face, neck, décolletage, upper arms and back.
What results can I expect?
For optimum results a course of 6-8 treatments at 7-14 days intervals is recommended. Results can be maintained with monthly treatment.
You may experience a little tingling, tightness, or a change in temperature, but the chemical peels do not hurt. To avoid irritation or discomfort on your newly resurfaced skin, do not exfoliate for 48 hours after your chemical peel.
Peeling usually involves redness followed by scaling that ends within three to seven days. Mild peels may be repeated at one to four-week intervals until you get the look you’re after. You’ll need to avoid the sun for several months after a chemical peel since your new skin will be fragile. SPF is essential after your peel.
There are a multitude of various chemical peels available and the timing of the peel and its longevity and whether or not multiple peels are needed is highly dependent on what specific chemical peel is performed. There certainly are some chemical peels that can be applied in a matter of minutes and most likely would therefore require multiple treatments in order to give the affect that is desired.
A light chemical peel or glycolic peel will last 1 to 2 months. About 4 to 6 monthly treatments work well to maintain fine wrinkles, discolouration and photo damage, and once this series is over, maintenance or “lunchtime” peels can be scheduled as needed. Light peels require very little downtime.
Who doesn’t want baby soft skin? We naturally shed and replace our skin cells every few days, but as we age this process slows down. With most treatments there is always maintenance. Having peels on a regular monthly basis, will keep your skin soft, bright and glowing!
Elaine Brennan Peels
The Elaine Brennan Skin Renewal Peeling System (Medical Grade Peel)
Layers of dead skin cells are exfoliated in a safe and controlled way and are replaced with skin that is more supple, elastic and firmer, with a smoother texture and stable moisture balance.
The peel delivers a deep, reliable exfoliation of the skin with no destruction of the skin cells.
It helps the rapid removal of several of the top dead cells layers and unlike many peeling treatments, does not remove even one layer of the epidermis, only a part of the dead, surface skin cells are exfoliated in a thin crusty layer.
Some people may require two to three Skin Renewal Peels to achieve the best result with this dramatically successful treatment.
Elaine Brennan GetGlowing Micro-peel
The Getglowing Micro-Peel is for the client who cannot afford the down time of the Elaine Brennan Skin Renewal Peeling, as well as for clients looking for a less expensive option.
The procedure assists in smoothing fine lines and evening out skin discolouration. It improves skin texture and reduces the appearance of acne scars and environmental damage to the skin.
With each additional Micro-Peel procedure, you will notice incremental improvements in the overall appearance of the skin.
For maximum results, we recommend a series of Six GetGlowing Micro-Peel procedures in two to six-week intervals, depending on the skin type.