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Chemical Peel In Our London Based Clinic

Our Clinic

London Based
Global Focused

Here at the Harley Street Skin Clinic London, we specialise in a range of chemical skin peel treatments. All our procedures are under the direction of our knowledgeable beauty therapists. Expect to receive professional care catered to your skincare requirements. They are also updated on the latest techniques and advancements in skincare to provide you with the most innovative treatment available.

Chemical Peel With Our Practitioners

Our Practitioners

The Experts
Cosmetics Practitioners

We are pleased to say that you are in safe hands. We have the best medical team in London. They are experts when it comes to cosmetic surgery and knowledgeable about the newest methods and products. From deluxe skincare and aesthetics to nutrition, medical tattooing, and injectables: our in-house team can offer premium insights into every single avenue of beauty imaginable. And we're proud to house some of the very best in the business, the world over.

Our Chemical Peel Treatment Results

Our Results

We Make Difference
We Promise Results

Our client's skin will look completely different once they've had a peel. Their skin looks noticeably better and brighter. Our clients notice an improvement in their skin's overall appearance. They become satisfied and more confident about how they look now after the procedure. A chemical peel has a big impact on our client's life. Meeting their expectations is one of our biggest goals at Harley Street Skin Clinic. Experience the best. Talk to us.

What is it?

Understanding the process

Experience the ultimate skin transformation

How does it work?

It works by simply using an exfoliating solution to remove the outermost layers of skin. The regrowing skin has a smoother texture. Another procedure may be required to fully get the expected results. The aim is to treat and help clear the skin. Our skin suffers from different issues and that's the work of chemical peel, to give solutions to skin problems. It involves applying a solution to make the outer layers peel off and make the skin look at its best.

There are three varieties of chemical peels available. The light, medium, and deep chemical peels. The decision is based on the particular issues and intended outcomes. Acids like salicylic acid are frequently present in peeling solutions which promote the removal of dead cells. After the treatment, the skin may be sensitive, and red, and need special attention as it heals.

Several benefits include:

  • Reducing acne scars
  • Treat uneven skin tone and hyperpigmentation
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improving skin textures
  • Addressing photodamage

The Chemical Peel Types

Enzyme Peels

Natural Exfoliation

Enzymes help to enhance overall skin appearance by hastening the process of natural skin rejuvenation. These peels are excellent for all skin types and provide a mild approach to cell regeneration by gently removing dead skin cells through chemical processes that are naturally encouraged.

Classification: Light

Downtime: None

Best For: All Types of Skin

Glycolic Peels

Revitalize and Resurface

A minimally invasive chemical exfoliation treatment that uses glycolic acid, a type of AHA or Alpha Hydroxy Acid which is extracted from sugar cane. It sloughed off dead skin cells and debris to effectively resurface the skin.

Classification: Light

Downtime: None

Best For: All Types of Skin

Modified Jessner Peels

Versatile Solutions

Jessner peels use combined acids resorcinol, lactic acid, and salicylic acid to effectively remove the top layer of the skin. It has become popular in recent years plainly because it effectively treats skin problems.

Classification: Medium

Downtime: 1-3 days peeling

Best For: All Types of Skin

Multimask Peels

Addressing Skin Discoloration

A skincare technique that applies multiple types of masks on the face at the same time. It targets pigment irregularities due to sun damage, hormonal imbalance, and pregnancy. It comes with a 28-day melanin-suppressing cream.

Classification: Medium

Downtime: None

Trichloroacetic (TCA) Peels

Tone and Revitalize

A Trichloroacetic (TCA) Peels work by applying trichloroacetic acid (10-30% concentration) into the outer layer of the epidermis making the cells peel off for several days to a week. It is done in medium strengths that require some downtime. TCA targets skin problems like signs of aging and sun damage as well as hyperpigmentation and scarring. It offers significant improvement on the skin condition.

*This treatment is not recommended for dark, fine, or sensitive skin.

Classification: Medium

Downtime: Peel application may cause a slight burning sensation, but this should pass after a few minutes.

Best For: Most Skin Types (Except dark, fine, or sensitive skin)

Salicylic Peels

Smooth and Rejuvenate

An acidic topical solution is applied to the surface of the skin, it works by unclogging pores, exfoliating skin, and reducing inflammation to make it clearer and brighter. By reducing acne breakouts, it makes the skin smoother and clearer. It is similar to obagi blue peel radiance, they both use salicylic acid as a base to exfoliate different skin types.

Classification: Medium

Downtime: None

VI Derm Peels

Celebrity-favourite

Celebrities' favorite! It is a medium-depth peel that uses combined acids retinol, vitamins, and minerals. These combined acids work together to treat various skin conditions. It combats signs of aging, acne, melasma, and hyperpigmentation resulting in smoother and younger-looking skin.

Classification: Medium

Downtime: Peeling of skin observed over 5-7 days

Best For: All Skin Types

At a Glance

Treatment Time
30 - 60 minutes

Hospital Stay
Not required

Time off work
1 hour

Shower
Instantly

Driving
Instantly

Results Last
2 weeks

Exercise
1 - 3 hours

Sexual Activity
Instantly

The Chemical Peel Procedure

Understanding exfoliation

How does a chemical peel work?

A peel treatment involves applying a chemical solution to remove dead skin cells making the regrowing skin look smoother. You might need to have a light or medium peel more than once to achieve the desired outcome. Peels are used to remove scars, wrinkles, and discoloured skin. They can be done with other cosmetic treatments or performed alone. And they can be carried out at varying depths, from shallow to profound. Although they produce more dramatic effects, deeper chemical peels require longer recovery times.

The doctor will cleanse the skin and may require topical anesthesia before the procedure. They may also require sedation for deeper and more abrasive chemical skin peels to ensure that the patients are comfortable during the process and then a chemical solution will be applied to the skin leaving it for a few minutes to start working on the epidermis layer. A light stinging or a mild heat sensation may be experienced. The doctor will remove the solution and apply a cold compress to soothe the treated areas right after the procedure.

Addressing skin concerns

What makes a chemical peel necessary?

Well, having a peel is a great option for an individual who wants to have good skin and boost confidence. Especially to those who have persistent skin issues. It is best to know your skin type to be able to choose the right peel treatment for you.

A chemical solution will be applied to the outer part of the skin to help treat skin issues. The treatment has a lot of benefits on the skin. It includes smoother and younger-looking skin.

Following Post Procedure Instructions

Does the recovery process take long?

Recovery timeframes may vary depending on the degree of the chemical peel and each person's healing process. Patients may experience little to no downtime after mild or medium peels, and skin peeling and redness may last for a few days or a week. One to two weeks or longer may be needed to fully recover from deep peels

It is important to follow the directions from your doctor. Directives may include moisturizing, using mild skin care products, and avoiding sun exposure. Peeling with redness and inflammation that make an individual uncomfortable are common during the first stage of the healing process. If you are experiencing extreme pain and swelling or any infection-related symptoms, contact your doctor. Proper skincare routine and protecting your skin from the sun may preserve the benefits of the chemical peel and promote long-term skin wellness.

Factors affecting the results of a chemical peel

Unhealthy Lifestyle?

Yes, a lot of factors can affect the results of chemical peel. Stress level, alcohol intake, diet, hydration, and smoking are a big factor affecting the health of our skin. Maintaining a well-balanced diet that is high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals will help improve the effects of chemical peel. Avoiding bad habits will lead to healthier and more luminous skin. Your doctor can provide some advice on how to best optimise your lifestyle to achieve the best possible results.

Overall, consistent skincare routines and sun protection maximize the benefits of a chemical peel. To help maintain the results of a chemical peel using gentle and nonirritating skincare products is highly recommended to support overall skin vitality. You can help ensure long-lasting improvements in skin texture, tone, and appearance by incorporating these lifestyle habits into your daily routine.

Long Term Maintenance

How to optimize Chemical Peel results?

To increase the efficacy of the treatment it is essential to follow operation instructions for proper healing. There are preventive steps that individuals may take to reduce possible side effects and encourage more seamless recovery. Those steps include skin preparation, proper hydration, and a healthy lifestyle, which may help ensure better results.

Individuals may extend the advantages of their peel after the initial procedure. Following instructions and adding extra measures to their daily routine can promote continued skin wellness. It is best that you discuss with your doctors about preventive measures and long-term maintenance that you need to follow.

Chemical Peel Prices

Factors Affecting Pricing

Clinic Reputation and Expertise

How much does a chemical peel cost?

The price of chemical peels varies based on the area. Light or superficial peels peels that target the outer layer of the skin can cost between £100 and £300 each session in luxurious places like Mayfair and Kensington. Deeper-penetration medium peels might run from £200 to £600 per session in more key neighbourhoods like Marylebone or Covent Garden.

For individuals seeking more thorough treatments like deep peels in known districts like Harley Street or Knightsbridge, rates can increase to roughly £500 to £1500 per session. These are only approximations and the cost may vary depending on a variety of criteria that include clinic reputation and level of experience. To know an accurate price that is customised to your needs, schedule a consultation with your doctor.

Our Prices

From £450

Chemical Peel Essentials

Prepare
For Surgery

How do you prepare for surgery?

Being mentally and physically ready is essential while getting ready for a chemical peel. Your skin needs to be in physical condition before the consultation. Remember that you are doing this for your overall skin health. Go to your scheduled treatment with confidence and excitement. Look forward to positive results that will give you satisfaction.

Recovery
From Surgery

How do you recover from surgery?

For the best healing and outcomes following a chemical peel, it is imperative to give appropriate aftercare first priority. Follow your dermatologist's post-peel advice to make sure your skin heals properly. Use sunscreen with high SPF to protect from harmful UV rays, and gently wash your face and moisturise regularly as moisturising will help avoid too dry skin. Do not scratch or peel the treated areas, let your skin peel naturally. Hydrate and rest well. Wear makeup until your skin heals completely. Recovery varies based on the type of peel used, so it's always a good idea to get personalised guidance from your dermatologist.

Prevent
From Surgery

Preventive measures that you need to follow

It is essential to give your skin the proper care after a peel treatment to ensure that it fully gets the benefits and heals well. Follow the customized treatment plan from your Doctor. It is important to use sunscreen to protect the skin from harmful UV rays. Use lukewarm water when bathing and washing your face, this will avoid inflammation. Use products with gentle ingredients to prevent damage following a full peeling process. Avoid touching and picking let it peel naturally. Take a break from physical activity and intense heat to promote appropriate healing. These easy tips will help your chemical peel produce the finest results.

Why have a chemical peel?

Works wonders

Why do you need a peel?

Target issues

We would recommend a peel for those who are serious about maintaining healthy skin. The following main ideas illustrate why this process is essential to reaching your skin goals:

  • Exfoliation: Get rid of dead skin cells to improve cell turnover and product absorption.
  • Acne Treatment: Helps unclog pores and decrease inflammation.
  • Hyperpigmentation: Helps lighten dark spots and even out skin tone.
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles: Encouraging the creation of collagen.
  • Overall Skin Renewal: Skin looks radiant, renewed, and invigorated.

Factors Affecting Skin Health

A lot of factors affect our skin health now that we are living in the modern world. Pollution and stress can have a big impact. Lifestyle can contribute as well. Taking good care of our skin is essential for skin wellness.

Consider having a peel treatment as the best option to address a broad range of skin issues like acne, skin aging, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and other skin concerns. It removes dead skin cells by exfoliating, removing clogged pores to make the skin visibly brighter. It helps improve the texture and tone of the skin creating better conditions for skincare product absorption to increase the product's effectiveness.

Road to Younger-looking Skin here

Chemical peels target specific skin concerns like acne and hyperpigmentation. If you are prone to acne this treatment is great for you as it provides deep cleansing to unclogged pores and prevents future breakouts because of its antibacterial properties, great for individuals with hyperpigmentation as it can fade dark spots and promote uniform skin tone.

It also helps with collagen boosting to diminish visible wrinkles and fine lines leaving skin smoother and healthier. Who wouldn’t want younger-looking, brighter skin?

Chemical Peels Before & Afters

Chemical Peel After
Chemical Peel Before

Extreme weather, pollution, solar radiation... Skin that often suffers from the harmful effects of the elements might benefit greatly from both mild and strong chemical peels. Less aggressive lighter peels help to break down oil barriers, unclog pores, and rejuvenate skin that appears lifeless and worn out.

Chemical Peel After
Chemical Peel Before

Deep peels will help clear skin from acne scars, melasma as well as pigmentation. It improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and erases dark spots and the effects of sun damage. It is a great way to provide the skin with the dose of rejuvenation it needs whatever your skin concern.

Chemical Peel After
Chemical Peel Before

Chemical peels can help brighten and make your skin beautiful, especially on occasions when you need to look confident and beautiful. On your birthday, at your wedding, on a date, or at any important event in your life, a chemical peel can be the answer if you want to look like a queen.

Recovery timeline

1-2 Months

Your skin continues to heal and regenerate. Redness or sensitivity should be gradually diminished this time. Improvements in your skin texture, tone, and clarity will be visible.
  • Healthier skin
  • Visible Improvements

2-3 Months

Your skin should be fully healed and no traces of redness and discoloration this time. Experience further improvements in the fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation appearance as collagen production continues to increase.
  • Smoother and more radiant.
  • Younger Looking

6-12 Months

The result should become more pronounced and long-lasting.
  • Exfoliate and moisturize
  • Follow skincare routine

12+ Months

You should still be enjoying the result after a year but at this moment, additional peel may be required.
  • Ask your doctor for any recommendations
  • A follow-up check-up is needed
The benefits

Advantages

Younger Looking Skin

Skin Rejuvenation

Help remove dead skin cells resulting in fresh and youthful skin.

Improved Skin Texture

Reduces roughness leaving the skin smoother and softer.

Reduced Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Stimulate collagen production and minimize signs of aging.

Even Skin Tone

Helps fade pigmentation, sunspots, and melasma making the skin's complexion uniform.

Perks of the Treatment

Clearer Skin

Acne Control

Helps reduce acne and prevent future breakouts by unclogging pores.

Scar Reduction

Helps improve acne scarring and stretch marks.

Brighter Complexion

Peels removed dull and damaged layers of the skin revealing radiant skin.

Minimised Pore Size

Helps tighten enlarged pores giving the skin a refined look.

Extra Bonuses

Boost confidence

Balance oil production

Regulates sebum production reducing oiliness

Enhanced Product Absorption

After the peeling procedure skincare products penetrate better.

Boosted Confidence

Having clearer and healthier skin can boost self-confidence.

Customizable

Peels can be tailored depending on your skin's needs.

Am I suitable?

Factors to consider before having a peel

Is it good for my skin?

Chemical peels are suited for all individuals with skin concerns, those seeking rejuvenation, healthy individuals, and those who want realistic expectations.

But of course, safety comes first, it is not advisable for those individuals who are pregnant, have a frequent severe outbreak of cold sores, have scar tissue or keloids, and have taken acne oral medication. Talk to your doctor to know if a peel is for you.

Chemical Peel Risk

Potential Risks

Can a risk be prevented?

Redness and Irritation

Redness and irritation may be experienced after the process and during recovery. This is temporary and usually subsides during the healing process.

Peeling and Flaking

You may experience peeling and flaking for several days to a week after the peeling. This is bothersome for some individuals but this is normal upon the healing process.

Hyperpigmentation

It can cause a temporary or permanent change in skin pigmentation and lead to a darker or lighter patch of skin. Those with darker skin tones are at risk but this can be minimized by following post-peel care instructions and avoiding sun exposure.

Scarring

It can potentially cause scarring if the peel is done incorrectly or if the skin is not protected during the healing process.

Infection

If the proper sterile techniques during the procedure are not followed the risk of infection will highly occur and if the treated area is not kept clean during the healing process.

Allergic Reactions

You should discuss first with your doctor any known allergies before undergoing a peel as allergic reactions may occur in some individuals.

Heart, kidney, or liver damage.

Carbolic acid (phenol) which can damage the heart muscle and irregular heartbeat is present in a deep-strength peel and can be harmful also to the kidneys and liver.

It is crucial to choose a qualified and experienced skincare professional before and follow all pre and post-care instructions carefully. Make sure to discuss medical conditions or any concerns with your doctor.