When the temperature drops and there’s less moisture in the air, your skin tends to be drier. As it turns out, that’s the best time for a chemical peel.
After the summer, your skin can be dry and damaged. Chemical peels are designed to safely remove dull outer layers of skin and help the skin underneath regenerate for a smooth, radiant complexion.
Here’s everything you need to know:
What is a Bioactive™ Surface Peel?
A Bioactive Surface Peel is a professional chemical peel by Dermalogica designed to resurface the skin with minimal recovery time. The unique, multi-phase approach works with the skin’s biology to safely slough away dull epidermal layers and accelerate cell renewal without inflammation and the prolonged downtime typically associated with chemical peels.
What does it do?
Our skin therapists can help design a series of treatments to address your specific needs, whether you're looking to address photoageing, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone or acne breakouts.
A BioActive Surface Peel can also be used to:
- Decrease surface roughness
- Stimulate cell turnover and collagen production
- Brighten the skin
- Minimise the apprearance of pigmentation.
How does is work?
Chemical peels work by removing the outer layers of the skin. The depth of the peeling is determined by the chemical agent used and the concentration, amongst other factors.
Following a chemical peel, the deeper layers of the skin will respond by regenerating new skin and by increasing the production of collagen. The result is a look that's smoother and more youthful.
Do I need a patch test?
Yes, a patch test and skin consultation must be carried out at 24 hours before treatment - there is no charge for this.
How long is the treatment?
Approximately 45 minutes.
How many do I need? Your skin therapist will assess your skin and advise you. We recommend
a course of maximum results.
Take advantage of our current offer:
Bioactive Surface Peel peel £60 (normally £75) + a free aftercare kit Course of 3 for £150 (normally £210)
*Only valid for October.