Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers. The skin that grows back is smoother and flawless . With a light or medium peel, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to get the desired results.

An innovative, biophase treatment peel, Bio RePeel dissolves bonds between cells allowing it to gently slough off that dulling, top layer of skin, sans downtime, to reveal smooth and glowing underneath. While it exfoliates and removes that thorny top layer, it also stimulates new collagen, new elastin and new growth. A natural astringent, the formula is able to penetrate pores and give them a nice deep clean, removing blocked pores and super stubborn blackheads that no amount of facials can erase. As a microbial and antibacterial treatment, it will also help with acne and the redness that accompanies it. Thankfully too, it then shrinks pore size after it’s rinsed them out for something all together more refined. And it does it all gently, which means even the youngest and most sensitive of skins can rely on this treatment.


This product is recommended for use on the face, neck, decollate and hands.

Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, dis-colored skin and scars — usually on the face. They can be done alone or combined with other cosmetic procedures. And they can be done at different depths, from light to deep. Deeper chemical peels offer more-dramatic results but also take longer to recover from.

What type of chemical peels can I get?

There are three different types of chemical peels that you can get. These include:


The chemical peel is recommended for use on the face, neck, decollate and hands.

Before a chemical peel, you must:

You must not used any type of retinol or retin-A topical medication for at least 48 hours

Your practitioners may also recommend that you:

What are the risks and possible side effects of a chemical peel?

Common side effects are temporary, and include redness, dryness, stinging or burning, and slight swelling. With deep peels, you may permanently lose the ability to tan.

Chemical peels can, however, have more serious risks and dangerous side effects that can be permanent. These include:


Face £150 P/Session

Face & Neck £200 P/Session