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The Difference You’re Looking For

Chemical Peels help to improve the appearance of the skin and help clients feel more confident and happier in their own skin. I work closely with each client to understand exactly what they’re looking for and ensure they get exactly those results. For more information on this service or any of the other services, get in touch with me.


I offer a wide range of Chemical peels to improve and smooth the texture of the skin. 

Chemical peels help to resurface the uppermost layer of the skin to reveal new and healthy skin underneath, and are essential for maintaining and restoring skins health and appearance. The new skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.

Depending on the depth of the impact of chemical peels they can correct age-related changes, acne, hyperpigmentation, help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, treat wrinkles caused by sun damage, reduce age spots and melasma, enlarged pores, blemishes and uneven skin tone.

During the treatment one or more layers of chemical peel solution is applied for a specific amount of time. You will feel a tingling sensation that will go away after the solution is rinsed off and neutralized. 

Chemical peels can be done on the face, neck, décolleté or hands.

I use MesoEstetic and Medi+Derma professional chemical peels

How to prepare for chemical peels?

- Do not tan 2 weeks prior to your peel.

- Avoid waxing, electrolysis, depilatory creams and laser hair removal 1 week before the treatment.

- Discontinue the use of any topical prescription medications 7 days before your treatment (such as Retin-A, Differin, Avage, Ziana etc.)

- Don’t color, bleach, depilate or shave the area at least 48 hours before treatment.

- Avoid microdermabrasion treatments

- Take antiviral medications if needed (such as Acyclovir)

- Discontinue use of prescription topicals such as Differin, Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs), benzoyl peroxide, Retin-A as well as other products containing retinol 3 days before the treatment.


  • Wear broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or more every day

  • Avoid sun exposure

  • Moisturize and hydrate

  • Wash your face with cool water 

  • Avoid skincare products that contain alcohol or acids

  • Avoid strenuous workouts, hot showers, swimming pools, saunas and steam rooms for up to 48 hours post treatment

  • Avoid additional exfoliation of the skin

  • DO NOT pick or peel flaky skin!


  • Tanned or burned skin

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding 

  • Active bacterial, viral or fungal infection, herpes simplex

  • Hypersensitivity or allergy to any of the ingredients 

  • Open or partly open wounds

  • Pre-existing inflammatory dermatoses (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, pemphigus)

  • Facial cancers

  • Accutane use within last year

  • Vitiligo

MUST WAIT at least

  • 7 days after implanting dermal fillers

  • 30 days after having a tattoo

  • A minimum of 3 months after treatments with fractional laser, CO2, erbium laser, etc.

RECOVERY TIME varies based on the type and strength of the peel. Immediately after the peel, the skin feels tight and may be red. Peeling generally starts 48-72 hours after the treatment and usually lasts 3-5 days.



RETINOIC ACID PEEL (YELLOW PEEL) - 3-Retinol System combines 3 types of retinoids with different speeds of action. Retinaldehide with instant action, Retinol with prolonged action and Retinil with delayed action. This peel achieves a release of retinoids in the skin that is constant and precise. As a result, the therapeutic level of the active ingredient is constant and it’s conversion is gradual according to the skin’s needs.

Zinc addition enables the conversion of the different retinoids to retinoic acid and the very low molecular weight hyaluronic acid promotes the formation of the blend in the epidermis and dermis. 

This peel causes minimal skin damage, has low probability of complications and has a short recovery period. 

Retinoic acid, also known as tretinoin, is an active form of retinol (vitamin A).

Retinol is a retinoids precursor of retinoids acid. It accelerates mitosis, increases enzymatic activity and normalizes keratinization. It nourishes the skin, prevents the appearance of new wrinkles, reduces the depth of existing wrinkles, and increases the skin’s elasticity. Furthermore, Retinol attenuates the blemishes caused by excessive exposure to UV radiation, regulating mobility and proliferation of melanocytes.

Retinoic acid peel can also effectively cleanse the skin, has anti-inflammatory effects, makes skin glow, improves skin texture and structure, and provides a lifting effect. 

Liposomed presentations allow for the transport of Retinol to the deepest layers of the skin, where it is released causing no irritation.


  • lack of collagen production 

  • fine lines and wrinkles 

  • loss of skin elasticity

  • aging and photoaging

  • hyperkeratosis 

  • hyperpigmentation

  • acne

  • disruption of skin’s natural moisture balance

This peel is applied for 6-8 hours.

2-6 treatments recommended every 2-4 weeks.



for all skin types

  • Unifies skin tone

  • Stimulates collagen production

  • Reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Leaves skin lookin refreshed, bright and fresh


greasy, acne-prone and seborrhoeic skin

  • Controls sebaceous secretion

  • Reduces pore size

  • Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antimicrobal

  • Evens skin tone

  • Superficial acne scars


thick, greasy, seborrhoeic skin and/or dyschromia

  • Controls sebaceous secretion, antimocribal, antibacterial action

  • Comedogenic acne

  • Superficial acne scars

  • Unifies skin tone

  • Reduces dyschromia

​Controls and normalizes the amount of oil in the skin, improves appearance of skin with inflammatory pustules, blackheads, acne, folliculitis, and rosacea.


all stages of acne

Combination of 15% Azelaic Acid, 18% Salicylic Acid and 10% Mandelic Acid

  • All manifestations of acne

  • Medium acne scars

  • Regulates sebum production, normalizes keratinization

  • Regulates pigmentation

  • Inhibits reproduction of bacteria


broad spectrum peel 

Combination of 14% Salicylic Acid, 14% Lactic Acid, 10% Glycolic Acid and 2% Citric Acid

  • Mild and moderate photoaging

  • Expression lines and wrinkles 

  • Loss of firmness

  • Dull skin

  • Uneven skin tone


moderate-severe aging

Combination of 40% Pyruvic Acid and 5% Lactic Acid

  • Advanced photoaging

  • Deep wrinkles

  • Irregular tone

  • Skin flaccidity 

  • Stimulates synthesis of collagen and elastin

4-6 treatments recommended every 2 weeks. 



How long do Chemical Peels last?

It might take 7-14 days for treated areas to heal, the redness might last longer if your skin is sensitive.

When can I exfoliate after a chemical peel?

Wait at least 2 weeks after a mild peel. I recommend waiting until all signs of peeling skin are gone.

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