Carried out by Healthcare Professionals
In clinic we offer both Neostrata Chemical Peels and EnerPeel Chemical Remodelling. Chemical Peels increase skin cell turnover and help leave the skin rejuvenated. EnerPeel works by carrying ingredients into the skin via patented carrier systems. The remarkable thing with the EnerPeel is that it is has a greater effect on the deeper layers of skin cells with reduced erythema (redness) at the surface. There is also a wide variety of EnerPeels available to target a range of different skin concerns. One peel does not fit all and at Hopkinson Aesthetics we tailor one to you. For example, we could treat pigmentation on your forehead, breakouts on your lower face and an icepick scar all in one treatment appointment.
1 Neostrata treatment
3 Neostrata treatments
1st Treatment £60, 2nd Treatment £50, 3rd treatment £40
Treat breakouts, acne and oily skin
Chemical Peels are used to help treat breakouts, acne, dark pores, oily skin, dry skin, pigmentation, rosacea, fine lines and scarring. For the best results a course of treatments is recommended. For the best results a course of treatments is recommended.
To discuss this treatment further, get in touch to book a free non-obligatory consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
The majority of people look quite fresh faced after the treatment, pinkness that resembles mild sunburn may be present. Problem areas may go whiter and peel away 3-5 days after the treatment. Pinkness and peeling usually depend on the individual being treated and the strength of the peel used. Optimum results are 4 weeks following the treatment. For the best results, a course of treatments is recommended.
The results are dependent on how well the individual responds to the treatment.
Most patients say it feels like a tingling tea tree feeling, you may feel some discomfort like pin-pricking, heat or tightness.
Risks are minimal. An allergic reaction to the products used is always a potential risk, it is important to be open and candid before the treatment and follow the aftercare advice to minimise risk.
Chemical peels are usually used to treat the face, however, treatments can also be used on the chest and back.