Our Medical Peels are created with a blend of alpha hydroxy (AHA) and beta hydroxy (BHA) acids, expertly designed to accelerate skin turnover and resurface superficial layers. As a result, peels produce a youthful, bright, and less pigmented complexion by clearing buildup and congestion. Moreover, these peels also stimulate collagen and elastin production, reducing visible signs of ageing and yielding a revitalised and radiant complexion.
They also treat various pigmentation concerns such as melasma, pigmented scars, freckles, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone. Medical Peels penetrate the skin and remove the damaged outer layers, stimulate the growth of new skin cells, and promote collagen production. This can result in a more even skin tone, improved texture, and reduced appearance of dark spots and pigmentation.
The benefits of our Medical Peels treatments are multifaceted and include improving the overall appearance and texture of the skin. Individuals can achieve a brighter and smoother complexion. Key advantages of a Medical Peel treatment encompass the following: enhancing skin tone and texture for a more uniform appearance, stimulating the production of new collagen and skin cell growth, minimising discolouration caused by sun damage, resolving breakouts, reducing the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines, promoting optimal skin hydration, addressing visible imperfections and superficial scars, as well as facilitating deeper penetration of skincare products for enhanced absorption.
The recommended number and strength of peels vary depending on an individual's skin type and concern. An experienced dermatologist will evaluate your skin and create a personalised treatment plan. However, to maintain the results, it is generally recommended to undergo this treatment every month.
Medical Peels are safe and efficient, with almost no associated side effects. Since medical peels lead to mild exfoliation, the potential risks are minimal. Frequent application of broad-spectrum sunscreen is recommended to safeguard the skin against the sun's harmful rays. It's crucial to avoid picking or scratching at peeling skin after the treatment and let the skin heal naturally.
The longevity of the results may vary and largely depend on the aftercare routine followed to maintain and extend the outcomes. As the skin is a delicate organ, taking good care of it is essential, such as staying hydrated and protecting it from sun exposure.
Some peels have no visible skin peeling or redness, requiring only post-peel instructions such as applying moisturiser and sunscreen. Alternatively, they may result in visible skin peeling, which usually subsides within 3-5 days.
After undergoing a Medical Peel, following the post-care guidelines provided by our dermatologist is essential. In addition, it is advisable to avoid heavy makeup and any products that may cause skin irritation, such as retinol. If makeup is necessary, opt for non-comedogenic products that won't clog your pores and ensure that your makeup applicators are sanitised to prevent the spread of bacteria.
Avoid using any active or exfoliating products until you stop peeling.
Only use gentle skincare products and follow up with sunscreen.
Refrain from swimming for 1-2 days.
Do not go for any hair removal treatment or bleaching for a week.