Skin Peels, Step By Step
24th June 2013
Skin peels can sound scary, especially as we panic when we get sunburnt and peel in the sunshine. It then seems bizarre to actually pay for a treatment that makes our skin peel. So what actually happens when you go for a skin peel?
1. Come for a Consultation
Firstly you need to begin by having a consultation to assess your skin type as well as the condition of your skin. Going on holiday or different pigmentations can have a huge impact on the effectiveness of your treatment.
2. Avoid Using Skin Care Products
In the run up to your skin peel, it might be a wise idea to try and avoid and stop using some of your more intense skin cleansing products. The less substances on your face, the less chance there is to counteract or interfere with any chemicals in the peel.
3. The Process
One of our experts will then ensure you're relaxed and at ease before gently rubbing your skin with a non-toxic chemical solution to remove the unwanted top layer. Our trained experts will endeavour to minimise any pain, but you may experience a light swelling a few days after.
So don't hesitate in wasting any time, we can assure you that there's nothing to be scared about. Come in and see us today for a consultation to get you started!