Medical Skin Peels

Enjoy healthier-looking skin all year round

What is a Skin Peel?

Skin Peels in London

Chemical peels treat a variety of skin conditions and are available in different strengths using a number of ingredients specifically chosen for your unique skin type. A chemical peel is a non-invasive treatment that removes dead skin, debris and congestion – to reveal healthier, brighter skin. 

  • Acne
  • Ageing, lines and wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Inflammation
  • Rosacea
  • Sun Damage

Ossential® Stimulator Peel

The ZO Stimulator Peel stimulates cellular turnover, reduces fine lines and wrinkles and improves skin tone and texture.

Ossential® Stimulator Peel, is based on a combination of salicylic, lactic and citric acid. This ‘lunchtime peel’ can exfoliate the skin efficiently, removing dead skin cells without the downtime associated with more aggressive peels. Results include improving fine lines and superficial blemishes for fresher, clearer-looking skin underneath. This peel is suitable for all skin types.

Cosmelan® Melasma Peel - Coming Soon

Melasma is a very common skin condition. It causes dark irregular patches on skin, otherwise known as hyperpigmentation.

Most people, at some point of their lives, come across this patchy brown discolouration and while it’s not a dangerous condition, it’s certainly an unpleasant one. 

Causes of Melasma

Pregnancy

Hormone fluctuations that come with pregnancy are often a cause of Melasma. Known as ‘The mask of pregnancy’, melasma is caused when a woman’s hormones change throughout pregnancy.

Birth control pills

Besides their main function of preventing pregnancy, birth control pills are used to ease many different things – period pains, acne, oily skin. It is a little wonder-pill which helps with different small but important problems in life. But like all the good things in life – it all comes with a cost. This time the cost is an increased chance of hyperpigmentation. You may have a higher chance of having melasma 

Genetic predisposition. 

Usually, for example, it is the people with a darker skin tone who are most likely to be affected by this skin condition. Your beloved skin products can cause it Skin products that tend to irritate, inflame or burn your skin can cause hyperpigmentation. 

Sensitive Skin

If you use skincare products that sting or burn, consider buying softer ones to avoid black spots. 

Lack of Sun protection

Ultraviolet radiation is prone to penetrate the skin cells on the face and cause a mutation leading to darkening of the skin cells. It is always useful to wear adequate clothing and we also remind you that the use of sun protection is crucial for healthy looking skin.

How does the peel work?

The peel uses kojic acid to induce a quick depigmentation action. 

The Kojic acid works by inhibiting melanin in the skin. It physically peels the skin layers and regenerates the skin. 

It significantly reduces the abnormal, dark, blotchy, discoloured patches on the skin.