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Peels are a great way to correct many skin issues by breaking down the surface layer of to reveal smoother and fresher layers of skin. There are various types of peels available for treating acne, rosacea, dryness, fine lines and pigmentation.
If you have never undergone a medi peel, there is no need to feel nervous. It is a simple skin treatment routine. There are different kinds of medi peels that are used to treat different skin problems. You should depend only on qualified therapists to advise you on the best medi peel to use.
Medi Peels contain Salicylic Acid, Lactic Acid and Resorcinol combined with other ingredients to resurface the skin, though the peel is not deep.
Anti-Ageing Infusion Peel
Retinoic acid is used to make the skin behave as it did when we were young. This means skin cells are formed more quickly, collagen production is stimulated, circulation is improved and harmful bacteria discouraged. Moisture is sealed in the skin so that it looks fresh and young.
Lactic Acid + B3 Peel
These are for superficial problems as lactic acid is a natural part of the body. They can be used to increase collagen production, thus helping the skin to look fresh and young.
Lightening Infusion Peel
This peel works to lighten dark areas of the skin, such as sun damage and pigmentation.
Oily/Acne Infusion Peel
Peels such as Betta-Hydroxy acid (BHA) contain salicylic acid as the main ingredient and are ideal for oily skin and acne treatment as the acid penetrates oily pores, helping to unclog them. However, you may find that even more spots erupt at first – this is natural and will gradually subside. Trapped oil and dead cells are released and inflammation is reduced.
Rosacea Infusion Peel
Rosacea is characterised by swollen blood vessels seen usually in the middle of the face. Peels must contain anti-inflammatories, and daily skin care should include moisturiser with soothing herbs and botanicals.
Important: Any surgical , non surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Photos on this website are for references purposes only. Individual results may vary. *Prices may vary dependent on the individual and the patients desired result.
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