I use a variety of peels so I can treat all types of skin and disorders. Peels are individualized to target a variety of problems from acne, fine lines, sun damage, pigmentation and scars, to general skin rejuvenation. A series of peels offers best results- ususally three peels spaced 6-12 weeks apart.
What is involved in a chemical peel ?
Well, about a week of looking dry and flaky and some initial redness. For a more detailed day to day account look under after care for a peel.
What are the different kinds of peels offered ?
Apeele™ is the newest peel and is quickly becoming a favourite amongest professionals. It comes in three different strengths. The strength of the peel I use for a particular person will depend on your skin type, the results you want to acheive, what we are targeting (eg, pigmentation, improvement in the texture etc). An important factor is also your skin type and you deciding what type of downtime you can tolerate. Some people are fine with looking a little red, dry and flaky for a couple of days, but some may not like this very much.
VI Peel ™ A very popular peel with my clients for its consistent results and I love it too. Again, this does require a good two days of peeling and a week of dry flaky. it is equivalent to the medium strength Apeele™