Skin Peels in London
There are many skin conditions that cannot be effectively treated using over-the-counter creams and topical treatments. For example, severe cases of acne can be very difficult to treat. Chemical skin peels offer a successful means of treating stubborn skin conditions, providing your skin with consistent results and a healthy and radiant glow.
At Adonia Medical Clinic in London, near Hampstead, we offer chemical peels that are used to treat a range of skin conditions. When you come to us for a skin peel, you can be assured that you’ll receive the very best treatment possible and that your individual skin care aesthetic goals will be our top priority. Adonia Medical Clinic director Dr. Ifeoma Ejikeme, an expert in aesthetic medicine, and our highly trained aesthetic skin care team perform all treatments.
The Exclusive Chemical Peel, Only Available at Adonia Medical Clinic
Dr. Ejikeme and her trusted aestheticians use advanced techniques and medical-grade peels to produce beautiful aesthetic results. A skin peel treatment is performed to boost collagen production, fade dark spots and improve the skin’s texture by applying a safe chemical solution. In addition to a rejuvenated skin and achieving a clear complexion, your Central London chemical peel offers the following advantages:
- Exfoliation and removal of dead skin cells
- Ideal for all skin complexions
- Offers smoother, plumper and firmer skin
- Can be combined with Dermapen for amplified results
Candidates For a Chemical Peel
Our popular treatment is typically used on the face, but is beneficial for most areas of the body, such as the legs, hands, shoulders, buttocks and neck when affected by the following conditions:
- Active acne
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Dark spots, age spots
- Dry skin
- Dull skin
- Uneven skin tone
Different Peek strengths to treat all skin types
At Adonia Medical Clinic in Central London we offer a considerable variety of chemical peels that are used to treat a wide range of skin conditions. During the consultation we will determine which peel will be the most suitable to meet your aesthetic goals.
- Salicylic acid
- Lactic acid
- Glycolic acid
- Mandelic peels
- Jessners peels
- Azaelic acid
- Combination peels
- Obagi blue peel
- Red carpet peels
- Glow peels
- Cosmelan and Dermamelan peels
- and more
Chemical skin peels FAQ
What conditions are chemical peels used to treat?
They are used to treat a wide range of skin conditions, including wrinkles, scarring, discolouration, acne and sun damage.
How is a chemical skin peel performed?
First the skin is vigorously cleaned. Then the appropriate chemical is the applied to the skin for the amount of time required to yield the best results.
How long does a skin peel take?
Skin peels are generally a quick procedure and often can be performed in a matter of minutes, although this depends on the size of the area that is being treated. Typically the non-invasive skin peel is complete in just 30 minutes. This means you can return to your busy schedule straight after leaving our office.
What is the most popular type of skin peel?
Glycolic acid is the most popular type of chemical peel. This is because it is effective on all skin types. Salicylic acid is another popular chemical peel and is used to treat oily skin as well as breakouts.
Are chemical peels painful?
Most skin peels are only mildly painful, with a brief burning sensation whilst the peel is applied. This subsides very quickly though and more serious side effects are very rare.
How long do the results last?
This depends on how deep the peel is and how well you take care of your skin afterwards. With proper skin care, i.e. staying out of the sun and keeping your skin hydrated, results can last months and even years in some cases.
How many chemical peels will I need?
Usually, the desired results can be achieved in less than 5 peels. After this, you can have regular maintenance peels once a month if so desired.
Are there any risks related to chemical peels?
Superficial peels are generally very safe, although some mild stinging and discomfort may occur. For very deep peels, risks include infection, redness, scarring and discolouration. It should be pointed out though that these risks are not commonplace.
What is the recovery time?
The recovery time will depend on the depth of the peel. For light peels, it takes about 3-5 days for the shedding process to complete. For medium peels it takes 5-7 days. For deep peels, the recovery time can be several weeks.
Are You Ready to Experience The Adonia Chemical Peel?
If you’d like a brighter, smoother and rejuvenated complexion, we encourage you to book an appointment at our Central London office today.