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Enzyme & Chemical Peel Facials

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Caviar Enzyme Peel

Enzyme peel treatments cause less irritation than AHA’s and BHA’s. They have been found to be compatible with clinically sensitive skin (rosacea dermatitis etc) which makes these peels the perfect partner to dermaplaning.  These added benefits include:

Ideal for all skin types


▪️Speeds up collagen production

Ultrasonic Deep cleanse, Caviar Peel with LED Light Therapy Facial - £63 (60 mins)

The skin is double cleansed then a steamer is used with the Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber and vacuum suction to remove dirt and grime from the pores. A caviar peel is then used to exfoliate the skin and generate skin cell turnover, whilst activating you will receive a scalp massage.  The treatment also consists of LED Light Therapy whilst a Caviar Liquid Mask is applied to the skin and a hand and arm massage is performed.  Finishing with a barrier repair moisturiser and an SPF50.

Dermogenera Chemical Peels

Chemical peeling is an accelerated exfoliation induced by chemical agents so newer, healthier skin cells can surface. The result is an improved appearance of the skin, with fewer signs of ageing. They are also used to balance sebum, improve the appearance of scarring and for pigmentation issues, peeling away imperfections.

Dermogenera cruelty free products can be adapted to treat every skin concern, formulated and balanced to deliver active ingredients where they are needed without causing irritation. Their philosophy is to purify, repair, hydrate and protect the skin in the most natural way possible.

Chemical peeling is an accelerated exfoliation induced by chemical agents. The result is an improved appearance of the skin, with fewer signs of ageing. They are also used to balance sebum, improve the appearance of scarring and for pigmentation issues.

It literally removes or stimulates faster exfoliation of the layers of skin so that newer, healthier skin cells can surface. In that process, blemishes, scars, pigmentation and other imperfections are peeled away.

The treatment includes a double cleanse with Gentle Cleanse to prepare the skin and remove excess sebum and dead skin. Then an application of Repair Balm to protect eyes and mucosal tissue followed by the chosen Peel (see below) for current skin conditions. Skin is neutralised and gently cleansed to remove the Peel. A Repair Super Hydrate mask and facial gauze is then used to help cool and repair the skins barrier. Lastly Repair Hydrate moisturiser and SPF50 is applied to protect the skin.

Glycolic Acid Peel - £48

Boosts cellular renewal improves hydration and is extremely effective for anti ageing due to its small molecule and therefore ability to reach deep within the layers.

Mandelic Acid Peel - £48

Anti bacterial, lightens, boosts cellular renewal, and boosts hydration. A great choice for reducing pigmentation as produces regenerated smoother & brighter skin.

Salicylic Acid Peel - £48

Highly effective combating skin impurities and acne. Its sebum regulating properties tackles blackheads & comedones and helps to regulate sebum.

Combination Peel - £58

If you have a few skin concerns such as ageing and pigmentation, layers of peel are combined to target specific areas.

Add LED Light Therapy to any of above - £10

What to expect:

During the treatment you will feel a slight tingling sensation. Afterwards your skin will be slightly red but this will subside after a couple of hours, again everyone is different, some will calm before they even leave the salon. You will experience slight peeling for up to 7 days after the treatment. True results from your peel will come a week later. You will be given  aftercare when you leave.


A course of 3-6 sessions are advised depending what you want to achieve.  It's advised to have 2 weeks apart for best results.

Book 3 sessions and get the third at 10% discount

Book 6 sessions and get the sixth at 20% discount

Am I a Candidate for Chemical Peels?

The following conditions are contraindicated to the treatment if you:

  • Are younger than 18 years of age

  • Have active cold sores or warts

  • Have open wounds or recent scars in the area to be treated

  • Have skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, lichen planus, inflammatory rosacea, severe acne in the area to be treated.  Frequent rashes or any other skin conditions, infections or reactions

  • Have Hypersensitive skin

  • Have taken Roaccutane or any Cortico steroids within the past year

  • Have keloid scarring in the area of treatment

  • Have auto immune disorders (if mild check with your GP)

  • Have a current illness (please talk to me about this)

  • Have had injectable treatments such as Botox or a Hyaluronic Acid based semi-permanent filler carried out within the last 6 weeks prior to treatment

  • Have had permanent fillers

  • Are pregnant or nursing

  • Have active acne

  • Have had surgery in the last 6 months (please talk to me about this)

  • Have had Covid19 or the vaccination in the past 2 weeks

Pre Treatment Advice

Two weeks prior to your treatment avoid:

• Electrolysis• Waxing• Depilatory Creams• Laser Hair Removal

One week prior to your treatment avoid:

• Avoid AHA or BHA, or benzyl peroxide (unless otherwise directed by your practitioner)

• Avoid any exfoliating products that may be drying or irritating

• Avoid sun exposure that may result in burning/redness to the area being treated

24 hours before treatment avoid:

• Avoid alcohol

• Avoid sun exposure that may result in burning/redness to the area being treated

On the day of treatment:

• Cleanse your skin and moisturise in the morning as usual

Post Treatment Advice

It is imperative that you follow advice to ensure health of your skin and to increase the success of your treatment.  Please follow these guidelines below:   

  • Do not use any AHA’s or BHA’s on your skin for 24 hours.

  • Only apply products recommended and for the timescale recommended by you practitioner.

  • It is imperative that you use a sunscreen SPF30+ and avoid direct sunlight ie sunbathing for 3 days after treatment. Patients with hypersensitivity to the sun should take extra precautions to guard against exposure.

  • Your skin may be red for several hours following treatment.

  • Please avoid strenuous exercise until any redness has dissipated, it is advised that you avoid for at least 48 hrs.

  • You may experience some peeling or exfoliation.  If you do, DO NOT PICK OR PULL THE SKIN!

  • Apply a light moisturiser as often as needed to relieve dryness and tightness.

  • When washing your face, do not scrub. Use a gentle cleanser.

  • Do not have any other facial treatment for at least one week after your peel.

During the skin healing process, minor itching, flaking or redness may appear. If symptoms persist, please call me for advice or see your GP.

Light oil free make-up may be applied 24 hours post-procedure. If you are in any doubt about any of the above activities, please call for clarification to when normal activity may be resumed.

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