Skin Peels

There is always something that we would love to change about our skin whether it is to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles or help control the breakouts which then leave us with scars. There are many treatments we can choose from but we all want results.

We use an advanced, high quality range of chemical solutions which are safe, effective and easy to manage. The facial peel is designed to help clients with concerns such as hyper-pigmentation, skin aging, acne, stretch marks and other skin imperfections.

A chemical peel is a technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin which causes the dead skin to shed off or often peel off.

Each peel can be tailored for the clients skins need. The peel depending on their needs will:

Purify and oxygenate the skin, leaving it free of impurities.

Close open pores, improve texture of the skin and increase thickness of the epidermis.

Address the effects of skin aging, softening wrinkles and adding firmness.

Even skin tone, adds luminosity and smoothe imperfections .

Lighten dark spots providing a depigmenting effect

Reduce the manifestation of acne and improve appearance of scars.

Chemical Peel

A Chemical Peel is a solution applied to the face to remove dead skin cells from the top layers of the skin helping to speed up and stimulate the growth of new cells. The aim is to improve the appearance of the skin and can help with a multitude of problems from pigmentation to scarring and stretch marks, hydration, acne, skin texture, fine lines and wrinkles.


Trichloroacetic acid acts by denaturing the proteins of the epidermis, causing ischemic necrosis, evidenced by the formation of frosting (whitening) and alterations in the elasticity of the skin.


Moderate photoageing.
Moderate post-acne marks.
Dark spots.
Mild to moderate wrinkles.

Purfiying Peel

Purifying Peel is a combination of Salicylic Acid and Azelaic Acid, which renews the skin by lifting dead cells off the surface and stimulating the proliferation of cells in the basal layer
underneath, what improves the health of oily and acne-prone skin. With the application of Purifying Peel you can quickly achieve substantial improvement in the appearance of acne-related disorders.

Purifying Peel is ideal to:
Control sebaceous secretion
Reduce dilated pores
Improve cases of acneic couperosis

Acne and acneic scars
Acneic couperose


The ability of salicylic acid to exfoliate the stratum corneum makes it a good agent for peeling. In particular, its comedolytic property turns the salicylic acid into a useful peeling agent for patients with acne. It is considered a keratolytic agent thanks to the role of salicylic acid as a demolytic agent, because it is able to disrupt cellular junctions rather than breaking or lysing intercellular keratin filaments. Salicylic acid as a peeling agent has numerous indications, including acne vulgaris, melasma, photo-damage, freckles and lentigines.

Advanced and severe wrinkles (biological age 45+)
Photo-damaged skin
Pigmentation disorders
Acne related disorders
Scars and stretch marks


Since the mandelic acid molecules are bigger than the ones of other alfa hydro acids used in chemical peelings, it goes through the skin more slowly and less deeply. Therefore, Mandelic Peel is less harsh and bettter tolerated by everyone. As a result, there is less overall irritation when compared with other AHAs, which is beneficial for those who have sensitive skin that is prone to inflammation. Mandelic acid has an antibacterial effect on the skin, which makes it a viable choice for those with acne-prone skin who want to have a chemical peel but are worried about clogged pores and irritation as a result. Mandelic Peel is also a possible choice for those who have never had a chemical peel before and want results that are gentle on the skin.

Inflammatory Acne
Sensitive and dark skins (phototypes IV to VI)
Age Spots


One of the gentlest chemical peels is the lactic acid peel. It is an alpha hydroxy acid like glycolic acid, but is much gentler and helps the skin maintain its ideal PH factor. Lactic acid peels are recommended for people who have very sensitive skin that might not be able to tolerate the slightly more intense peels. Lactic Peel exfoliates the surface of the skin while it cleans deeply the pores. It stimulates natural collagen production and reduces the intensity of skin Hyper pigmentation. It can brighten and lighten the skin and improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Dry and Dehydrated Skins
Keratotic lesions
Acne related lesions

Permanent brow training
Medical Microdermabrasion


Glycolic acid is currently a popular treatment for wrinkles and acne. It is part of the natural alpha hydroxyl family. When applied on the skin, it helps to remove the “glue” that holds the older, rougher and dryer skin on the surface. When that top layer of the skin is eliminated, the fresh and new layer becomes visible. Glycolic peel process triggers the production of new collagen and elastin and, as a result, erases fine lines and wrinkles, evens out skin discoloration and improves skin texture.

Mild to moderate wrinkles
Rough and Dull Skin
Keratotic lesions
Acne related problems


Rejuvenating Peel is a uniquely tailored specific combination of Pyruvic Acid and Lactic Acid.
It is designed to lift the stratum corneum without invasive damage to the underlying viable epidermis. It consists in a safe chemical peel that is ideal for all skin types.

Rejuvenating Peel has been developed to:
Fight against moderate and advanced wrinkles
Provide anti-flaccidity action
Revitalise skin

Moderate and advanced wrinkles
Dull and sagging skin
Devitalised skin


Radiance Peel is a chemical peel with superficial action and with innovative whitening ingredients. These ingredients make it possible to achieve a homogeneous skin tone by attenuating pigmentary irregularities. Radiance Peel is an anti-ageing peel that implements a lasting whitening effect and diminishes the visible signs of photo-damage and provides a brightening effect by removing dead surface cells.


Chloasma and Melasma

Age spots


Solar lentigo

Frequently asked questions

A chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that involves applying a chemical solution to the skin to remove dead skin cells and improve the appearance of the complexion.

There are different types of chemical peels available, ranging from superficial (mild) to deep (more intensive). The type of peel that will be recommended to you will depend on your skin type and the concerns you have.

Chemical peels can help with a wide range of skin concerns, including acne, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, pigmentation, uneven skin tone, and scarring.

A chemical peel can cause some discomfort, but it is typically well-tolerated. The amount of discomfort you experience will depend on the type of peel you are getting and your individual pain tolerance.

The length of a chemical peel treatment can vary depending on the type of peel you are getting and the area being treated. Typically, a peel can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

The number of treatments you will need will depend on the type of peel you are getting and the concerns you are addressing. In general, a series of peels is recommended for optimal results.

You will typically start to see some improvement in your skin’s appearance immediately after the treatment. However, it may take several days or weeks for the full benefits of the treatment to become apparent.

Recovery time can vary depending on the type of peel you get. Superficial peels may not require any downtime, while deeper peels may require several days of recovery time. Your clinician will give you specific aftercare instructions based on the type of peel you receive.

Chemical peels are generally safe, but there can be some temporary side effects, such as redness, peeling, and mild discomfort. We will discuss all the potential side effects with you before the treatment.

While chemical peels are generally safe, they may not be suitable for everyone. Your clinician will assess your skin and medical history to determine if a chemical peel is right for you. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid chemical peels.

Perfect Peel summary

Treatment care


  • Avoid using self-tanners, scrubs or exfoliating agents for at least 48 hours prior to peel.
  • Stop glycolic acid and Retin A/Retinol products two weeks prior to your peel treatment.
  • Do not wax facial hair for 2 weeks beforehand.
  • Notify us if you have a history of cold sores, fever blisters or herpes outbreak anywhere on the face prior to appointment.
  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning for at least 1 month prior and one month after peel.


  • Avoid exercise and heat treatments (sauna, steam rooms, sunbeds) for 24hrs after procedure.
  • For the next 24-48hrs avoid the use of abrasive sponges or exfoliating products; applying recommended moisturiser at least twice daily.
  • Avoid products containing alpha-hydroxy acids unless advised by your treatment provider.
  • Do not peel, pick, scratch or scrape skin or any loose skin resulting from the treatment. This must come off in it’s own time with no assistance. Ignoring this advice can lead to scarring.
  • Do not wax facial hair for 2 weeks post treatment.
  • Delay the use of makeup for 24-48hrs (if you need to put it on, we recommend mineral makeup).
  • Adverse reactions to chemical peels are rare but can include peeling; redness; scabbing; infection; recurrence of cold sores and prolonged sensitivity to wind and sun.


Mesopeel Treatment

What is a mesopeel treatment?
A mesopeel is a pharmaceutical grade chemical peel. A chemical peel is a dermo-cosmetic procedure that consists of provoking accelerated skin regeneration in a controlled manner through application of chemoexfoliation agents that are used to act on different layers of the skin.

What are the benefits of this?
The peeling action causes the elimination of the external layers of the skin with the objective of stimulating collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan production, thus enhancing its physiological and mechanical characteristics. 


  • Purify and oxygenate the skin, leaving it moisturised and free of impurities.
  • Close open pores, improve the texture of the skin and increase thickness of the epidermis.
  • Address the effects of skin aging, softening wrinkles and adding turgidity.
  • Unify skin tone, add luminosity and smooth cutaneous imperfections.
  • Lighten and attenuate pigmented lesions, providing a depigmenting effect.
  • Reduce the manifestations of acne and improve the appearance of scars.

Do different peels work deeper than others?
Yes, chemical peels can be classified into four levels, depending on its depth of action, which in turn correlates with the nature and intensity of the lesions to treat.

Highly Superficial (Superficial Stratum Corneum) – Increases uniformity of skin tone for a more luminous appearance.

Superficial (epidermal to basal layer) – Stimulates epidermal growth by removing the stratum corneum. This causes skin to flake in a similar way to that occurring after excessive exposure to the sun.

Medium (papillary dermis) – Medium peels affect the papillary dermis, causing significant flaking by inducing superficial dermal inflammation. It completely removes the epidermis, which then renews until fully regenerated. Medical Only.

Deep (reticular dermis) – Deep chemoexfoliation leads to an inflammatory reaction of the reticular dermis, inducing collagen and elastin fibre reconstruction. Advanced Medical I.e. Dermatologist.

What makes some go deeper into the skin than others?
Chemical peels reach distinctive depths depending of different factors such as skin typology (history, thickness, integrity of the epidermal barrier), type, concentration and PH level of the substance used and the skin preparation and application techniques used in performing the treatment.

Can peels be used on all skin types and phototypes?
No. Peels are selected on the basis of the nature of the cases to treat, as well as patient’s individual characteristics, especially the phototypes. Low phototypes present less risk of suffering PIH (Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation’s). You should always determine the advisability of performing chemoexfoliation on high phototypes (type 5 and 6) patients.

Can these treatments be performed on the body?
Mesopeel ensures unbeatable, progressive results for both facial and body treatments.

What different peels are available?
We offer a wide range of AHA, BHA and combined acid peels ranging from practitioner up to medical level, each suiting different varieties of skin concerns.

Can the peels be combined?
Yes, more than one peel can be performed in the same session to achieve maximum and deeper results. The peels however should be removed and neutralised between each application.

How many sessions are recommended?
This does generally depend on the peel being used. A lot of our medical peels the TCA in particular, should only be performed once every twice a year. However, our highly superficial, superficial and medium strength peels are generally able to be performed in sessions of six treatments, with two weeks between each treatment.

Is there are recommended homecare to prepare the skin prior to a peel?
The Brightening peel booster or the Resurfacing peel booster is recommended to be applied nightly to the skin 15 days prior to a skin peel to prepare the skin.

Is there any specific aftercare that should be followed?
The client should be using mesoestetic hydra milk cleanser, hydratonic, fast skin repair, hydra-vital factor k and moisturising sun protection SPF 50+. This is all available as a pack called the post-peel pack which is recommended for use following any of our peel treatments. Using the products will reduce irritation, peeling and chances of having any adverse reactions.

Is it recommended to continue peels as a maintenance treatment following your recommended sessions?
Regular maintenance peels, several times a year, sustain the skin’s healthy appearance, improving texture and providing a preventative, anti-aging effect. Peel frequency is dependent on the type of peel being performed, a session can be repeated generally up to four times a year to maintain results. Some of our medical peels however should not be performed more than twice a year maximum.

Can peel treatments be combined with other treatments?
As well as being a highly efficient treatment for skin aging, acne and pigmented lesions, mesopeel is an ideal tool for optimising other medical aesthetic procedures such as; mesotherapy, botulinum toxin, radiofrequency, micro needling and electroporation among others.

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