Skin Peels

Obagi Blue Peel RADIANCE 

The Obagi Blue Peel RADIANCE is a superficial chemical peel that uses a unique blend of acids including Salycilic acid, to provide a gentle but effective peel. It exfoliates, deep cleans pores and brightens, resulting in tighter, smoother, brighter-looking skin after just one use. It is perfect just before an event, when you want an additional glow.

 

What is it used for?

  • Fine lines and wrinkles 

  • Mild scarring 

  • Pigmentation 

  • Uneven skin tone

  • Laxity & texture issues

  • Acne 

  • Brighten and lighten 

  • Photo damage 

  • Boost outcome of other systems such as Nu-Derm, Obagi-C Rx & CLENZIderm

 

What does it contain?

20% Salicylic acid 

1.6% Glycolic acid 

1.4% Lactic acid 

How soon will it work?

​Patients have found they get instant radiance, tighter, smoother, brighter-looking skin after just 1 use. For optimal results, we recommend a series of 4 - 6 peels 

How much does it cost?

Costs £130, discount available if purchased as a package. Contact us to find out more. 

 

 

Obagi Blue Peel

The Obagi Blue Peel is a deeper chemical peel containing richloroacetic acid (TCA). It removes multiple surface layers of damaged, pigmented skin, revealing fresher and healthier looking skin. Whilst both the radiance and Blue Peel tackle issues such as blackheads, acne, large, blocked pores; the Obagi Blue peel is also effective at tackling scars, pigmentation and age-related skin damage. It can be used as a standalone or in combination with Obagi Nu Derm System for optimal results for pigmentation. 

What is it used for?

  • Stretchable wrinkles

  • Skin laxity

  • Scars

  • Actinic keratosis

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Melasma

  • Severe photodamage

  • Large pores, fine lines & wrinkles

How much does it cost?

Costs £450 for one peel, discount available if purchased as a package. Contact us to find out more. 

 

 

BioRePeelCl3

BioRePeelCl3 FND (face, neck and décolletage) is an innovative, biphasic, patented medical device containing 35% TCA, salicylic acid, vitamin C, vitamin B and GABA amongst other things. Its biostimulating, revitalising and peeling action works to stimulate skin cell turnover (and the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid), essential to counter the effects of ageing and oxidative damage caused by UV radiation and pollution. It can be combined with Microneedling for a synergistic effect.

BioRePeelCl3 BODY is an innovative, biphasic, patented medical device containing 50% TCA, salicylic acid, vitamin C, vitamin B and GABA amongst other things. Its bio-stimulating, revitalising and peeling action works to stimulate skin cell turnover (and the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid), essential to counter the effects of ageing and oxidative damage caused by UV radiation and pollution. It can be combined with Microneedling for a synergistic effect.

 

What is it used for?

  • Acne

  • Large pores

  • Anti-ageing

  • Fine lines and wrinkles 

  • Blackheads

  • Recent scarring 

  • Superficial pigmentation 

  • Oily, congested skin 

 

Where can it be used?

Face, neck and décolletage 

Body - elbows, hands, feet, knees, gluten 

 

How long does the treatment take?

Branded ‘the Lunchtime Peel’ it takes 15 minutes. There is no downtime and results can be seen immediately.

How many treatments do I need?

For optimal results we advise 4-6 sessions every 7-12 days. During your initial consultation, our clinician will assess your skin and advised on the treatment course appropriate for your skin concerns. 

Advantages 

  • No needles

  • No frost

  • No pain 

  • No scarring or pigmentation risk post treatment 

  • Immediate results 

How much does it cost?

One session on face, neck or décolletage costs £80, package of 3 - £210, package of 6 is £399.

One session on one area of the body costs £100. Please enquire for cost of packages for multiple areas or multiple sessions 

Chemical Peel FAQs

How do I prepare for my appointment?

Patients should avoid use of the following 5-7 days prior to the peel:

  • Laser hair removal

  • Waxing

  • Depilatory creams

  • Electrolysis

  • Microdermabrasion

 

Patients should avoid use of the following for the 3 days prior to the peel:

- Topical retinoids and tretinoin

- Stop Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) and beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), exfoliating masks, retinols, hydroquinone, and benzoylperoxide acne products

This is because these products may increase skin sensitivity and/or cause a stronger reaction to the peel if used up to the day of the peel. 

What should I expect after my treatment?

You may experience mild peeling and redness on your journey to revealing fresh, glowing skin.

Is there any aftercare?

  • Use sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 at all times. It is recommended that you continue to use these products daily to help protect your skin and maintain the benefits of the peel for at least a week but it is good practice to use sun protection daily to prevent further photodamage and ageing caused by UV radiation. 

  • Avoid direct sun exposure. Too much sun exposure may cause improper healing and in some cases may reverse the benefits of the peel.

  • You may experience mildly dry, red, or flaking skin for several days or more after your peel. Do not exfoliate or pick at peeling skin. The dead skin will naturally slough off.

  • Don’t use AHAs, BHAs, retinoids/retinols, and facial products containing fragrance for a 3 days after the peel. 

What are the contraindications to treatment?

  • Active cold sores, herpes simplex, or warts in the area to be treated

  • Wounded, sunburned, or excessively sensitive skin within the application area

  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women 

  • Dermatitis, inflammatory rosacea or psoriasis within the peel application area

  • Roacutaine within 12 months prior to the peel application

  • History of radiation therapy in the application area

  • Allergies to salicylates

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