Medium Depth Peels

TCA Peel


What Is a Trichloroacetic Chemical Peel?

TCA is derived from acetic acid, a derivative of vinegar, and is available in concentrations ranging from 15–70%. It is applied to remove the top layer of skin from the face, neck, hands or other parts of the body.

A TCA peel chemically exfoliates the skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne scars and sun damage; it improves skin texture.

Jessner Peel


How can the Jessner peel benefit your skin?

Chemical peels have been gaining popularity in recent years as skin resurfacing treatments, but they have been used as beauty treatments since the time of ancient Egypt.

Like all other chemical peels, the Jessner peel is done by brushing an acidic liquid onto the skin to remove the top layers and encourage new, younger looking skin to grow.

The Jessner peel was first formulated over a hundred years ago, and it’s still in use today thanks to its ability to:

While many chemical peels can cause lasting discoloration on darker skin, a recent small study found that a modified Jessner’s solution safely and effectively reduces melasma and pigment imperfections in darker skin.

It has also been shown to be an effective treatment of acne scars even when used as a superficial peel according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Aesthetic DermatologyTrusted Source.

Vitamin A Peel​


The Vitamin A Peel is used to improve skin health and to restore a healthy glow. This peel works by activating cell turnover, to exfoliate the surface cells, helping unclog pores and lift pigmentation. The Vitamin A Peel is a retinoid acid peel and is medical grade peel. *This is an overnight Peel, must book your appoint late in the evening.

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