Chemical peels are a cosmetic skin treatment procedure that involves the use of specific acids to carefully exfoliate and regenerate the skin. There are several classes of chemical peels that you can receive, including superficial, medium and deep peels that cater to people of all skin types.
At Nuffield Aesthetics, we offer Chemical Peels treatments to target the following conditions - Active Acne, Enlarged Pores, Pigmentation and Uneven Tone & Texture.
At Nuffield Aesthetics, we offer various facial treatments such as IPL Light, LED Light & Oxygen Therapy, Lasers and Chemical Peels to target multiple skin issues at their different stages. Whether you are experiencing ageing skin, breakouts or would just like to improve the dullness in your skin, we can help you customise your treatment for your desired results.
While our doctor, Dr Sau and staff will work to provide you with the best possible treatment for you, it is important to know that every skin is different. Recovery, procedure and outcomes may vary from individual.
During your initial consultation, we will carry out a thorough skin assessment to gauge past treatment plans and medical history. We will also advise on your current skincare regime if any, and prescribe topical treatments or medication to aid you along with our treatments to help you reach your desired skin goals.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The downtime for a superficial peel can last from up to 1-7 days. The downtime for medium and deep chemical peels can typically last from up to 2 to 3 weeks, but redness may last for months.
After undergoing a chemical peel, the treated areas may be left red, swollen and tight. The treated areas may vary between 3 to 5 days, post-peel to start flaking off before new pink skin underneath arises. You can expect your new skin to be lighter or darker than usual temporarily.
Yes, chemical peels on active acne are an effective solution to treat active acne blemishes.
While chemical peels are mostly used to treat active facial acne, they can also be an effective bacne chemical peel treatment.