Skin peels are a fabulous treatment as they really do revive and refresh your complexion. The term 'peel' can sound quite daunting if you are unsure of what is involved. Generally, only a few skin peels will actually cause a visible peel or shedding of the skin. The majority of skin peels work progressively with your skin to exfoliate and rejuvenate without causing any unsightly downtime.

In general, the acid in skin peels are derived from natural sources such as sugar cane, willow, milk, apples and fungi.

We have a selected range of skin peels that can be used to improve the appearance of the skin. Treatments will stimulate cell renewal and, depending on the peel applied, can improve the appearance of:

  • * Acne and acne scarring
  • * Sun damage and pigmentation
  • * Fine lines and wrinkles
  • * Dull and uneven skin texture / tone
  • * Excess sebum
  • * Enlarged pores

Salicylic peels

What do Salicylic Acid Peels Do?

Salicylic acid peels can help improve the following skin conditions:

  • * Clogged pores
  • * Oily, congested skin
  • * Acne
  • * Blackheads

What to Expect from a Salicylic Acid Peel

Your skin will first be primed with some kind of prep solution. This removes any residual facial oils to allow the peel to be more effective. After the prep solution dries, the salicylic acid peel is applied to your skin. The person giving you the peel will set a timer for how long it should be left on your skin. When the time is up, the peel will be neutralized and then gently removed with some water or a cleanser.

When will I see results?

You will need approximately 4-6 peels for optimum results. Some people will need more, some people will need less. The number of peels you have to get before your skin starts to improve will also depend on the severity of the skin issue you are trying to fix. For blackheads, you will probably see results after 2-3 peels. For mild-moderate acne, it will probably take around 6 peels, more if your acne is more severe.

Yellow Peel

it is a complex peel which contains: glycolic, salicyli, retinoic, phytic, kojic, azelaic acid and vitamin C. It enables exfoliation of epidermis on deferent depths. It also stimulates collagen, elastin and glycosaminogycans production.



  • * acne complications
  • * fine wrinkles
  • * solar lesions
  • * flabby skin
  • * hyperpigentation localized on face, palms of hands and neckline

The procedure is proceeded once a month. The number of procedures depends on type of skin problems. The procedure takes the most time - few hours (from 3-4 to 6 hours).

Glyco Peel