Chemical Skin Peels

Chemical Skin Peels In Manchester

Everyone wants to achieve younger-looking and brighter skin, but not everyone knows where to start. Why not hit ‘reset’ on your skin and book in for a chemical skin peel?

We offer a wide range of medical facial treatments. Whether you’re looking for a treatment to help improve your complexion, or just want to relax and enjoy some pampering, we have something for everyone.

Our experts will work with you to create a treatment plan tailored specifically to your needs. You’ll see an improvement in your skin after just one visit – so why wait? Book now and start feeling better about yourself today.

Skiin is the perfect place to elevate your skin

"The Glow" Chemical Peel

£ 150
  • 1 Hour Treatment

"The Glow" Chemical Peel

£ 300
  • Course of 3 treatments

A blend of exfoliating acids are used to penetrate the top layers of the skin. This helps to shed the skin of it’s dead skin cells, control oil/sebum, treat acne, treat pigmentation and improve the overall texture of the skin.

The peel penetrates the skin and breaks down the bonds that hold the dead skin cells together.

The new layer of skin that is revealed is brighter, smoother, and more even in tone. It also stimulates more collagen production, which helps to keep the skin looking young and healthy.

Chemical and skin peels are a great way to improve the appearance of your skin. They can help to:

-Reduce wrinkles and fine lines; hence slow down skin aging

-Reduce blemishes and acne scars

-Even out skin tone

-Reduce pigmentation

-Provide anti-aging benefits

The number of chemical and skin peels you have will depend on the results you want to achieve. Most people find that a series of six to eight peels provides the best results.

However, your skin care specialist may recommend several sessions based on your individual needs.

Skiin is one of the best clinics in Manchester for chemical and skin peels.

Our highly skilled and experienced skincare specialists, led by Dr Tina Bani, will help you achieve your desired results. We offer various peel types to find the perfect peel for your individual needs.

Here are a few reasons why Skiin is the clinic for you:

  • We use Obagi chemical peels – the market leader in peels
  • The clinic is clean and comfortable. We also use the latest technology.
  • All the procedures are handled by qualified doctors and nurses only.

Before your chemical peel session, we will prepare your skin. It involves cleansing and exfoliating the skin to remove dead skin cells or oils.

You will need to avoid sun exposure before and after your peel. The new, unprotected skin is more susceptible to sun damage.

Aside from that, there is not much else you need to do in preparation for your peel. Just make sure to schedule the session with your skin care specialist and follow their instructions for preparing your skin.

There are many different types of chemical and skin peels available. The type of peel that is best for you will depend on your skin type and the results that you want to achieve.

Some of the most popular types of chemicals used in skin peeling include:

  • Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs)
  • Beta hydroxy acids (BHAs)
  • Salicylic acid
  • TCA peels
  • Lactic acid peel
  • Mandelic acid peel
  • Pyruvic acid peel

Be mindful that each person is unique; therefore, not all peels will work for each person. Your skin care specialist will help you choose the best peel for your specific needs and skin type.

 

The chemical peel procedure is simple and takes only a few minutes. The peel is applied to the skin and left to work for a specific time.

Once it has done its job, the peel is removed with a gentle cleanser. The new layer of skin that is revealed is brighter, smoother, and more even in tone.

The procedure is generally well-tolerated, and most people feel only a slight tingling or burning sensation. However, let your skincare specialist know if you experience any pain or discomfort.

Chemical and skin peels are safe procedures, but there may be side effects.

These include:

  • Redness- this happens because the peel causes the blood vessels in the skin to expand. It usually lasts for a few hours after the peel and can be treated with cold compresses.
  • Stinging or burning- the expansion of the blood vessels also causes this and usually goes away within a few minutes.
  • Prickling sensation- some people experience a prickling sensation after a peel. It is caused by removing the dead skin cells and is nothing to worry about.
  • Peeling- after a peel, you may experience some visible peeling of the skin. It is normal and should not cause any concerns.
  • Itching- some people experience itching after a peel. Again, this is normal and should not cause any problems.

These side effects usually subside within a few days. However, talk to your skincare specialist if they persist or are particularly bothersome.

After a chemical peel, caring for your skin is essential to ensure the best results. A chemical skin peel session will not be effective if you do not follow the correct aftercare instructions.

After having chemical skin peels, you should practice:

  • Sunscreen- sun exposure can cause new, healthy skin. Therefore, it is essential to use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher every day.
  • Avoiding strenuous activity can cause the new skin to become irritated. It is best to avoid this until the skin has had a chance to heal.
  • Avoiding contact with irritants- some people find their skin is more sensitive after a peel. It is essential to avoid contact with harsh chemicals, abrasive soaps, and other irritants.
  • Following the instructions of your skincare specialist- it is essential to follow the instructions of your skincare specialist to ensure that your skin heals properly.

Be sure to follow these instructions for the best results from your chemical peel. Failing to do aftercare will result in a loss of the benefits of the peel and may cause skin irritation.

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