Skin Peels

The main aim of peeling is to visibly improve the structure of the skin.

In Nine Elms Clinic we have different type of skin peels!

What is Skin Peel?

A chemical peel is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin. This is performed through a chemical solution being applied to the skin which causes it to exfoliate to remove top layers; peeling may occur depending on the type of peel. A new and regenerated skin is exposed with a smoother.

What is it used to treat?

This treatment is suitable for individuals with dry, oily skin, acne skin, acne scarring, line and wrinkles, pigmentation, sun damage, and a dull or lifeless skin.

Are peelings good for your skin?

Superficial peels are good for treating fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and dark spots, and to help tighten the skin. Medium-depth peels can help treat skin that has a significant amount of photodamage, sunspots, mild to moderate acne scars, crepey skin under the eyes or dark circles.


After care

• Do: Hydrate and moisturise skin
• Do: Be Gentle.
• Do: Wash face
• Do Not: Pick, Pull, or Scratch. As your skin begins to peel, it is tempting to pick or pull on any loose or peeling skin.
• Do Not: Avoid wearing makeup

Side effects

They vary depending on the individual and the type of skin peel. Superficial or light peels causes redness on the skin and is normal to stay red for a few hours. Medium peels are stronger than light peels, therefore redness will be present along with peeling after hours of the treatment.