Chemical Peels

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We stock popular ranges of chemical peels such as Peppermint Peel Intense and Peppermint Peel Mild from the Love Cosmedical team.

Additionally we stock Bio RePeel Body (3 x 12ml), Bio Repeel Face (5 x 6ml) and NEW Rosy Intimate Peel 1x5ml!!

Read more about the Peppermint Peel product line and their unique formulas that are specifically developed to address Skin Rejuvenation. There you can find information on its chemical composition, and how it is effective in treating:

  • Photo ageing
  • enlarged pores
  • scarring (acne, varicella,…)
  • fine lines
  • hyperchromic spots

Find out for yourself how effective a product can be that is designed specifically to aid cell regeneration and produce compelling aesthetic results.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the different types of chemical peels and what are they used for?

    There are several different types of chemical peels, including: Superficial peels, also known as lunchtime peels, use mild acids such as alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs) to gently exfoliate the skin and improve its texture and tone. Medium peels use stronger acids, such as trichloroacetic acid (TCA), to penetrate deeper into the skin and address issues like fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. Deep peels use the strongest acid, phenol, to penetrate the deepest layers of the skin and address severe issues such as deep wrinkles, acne scars, and precancerous growths.

  • What are the potential side effects of chemical peels?

    Potential side effects of chemical peels include redness, irritation, dryness, and peeling. In rare cases, more severe reactions such as scarring or discoloration can occur.

  • How often can I get a chemical peel and how long do the results last?

    The frequency of chemical peel treatments can vary depending on the type of peel and the condition of your skin. A light or superficial peel can usually be repeated every 4 to 6 weeks, while a medium or deep peel may only be done once or twice a year. The results of a chemical peel can last for several months, and in some cases, they may be permanent. However, it is important to note that new damage can occur with time, UV exposure and other environmental factors. So to maintain best results, sun protection and maintenance peels are usually recommended.

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