Dermaceutic Skin Peels

At Elmes Skincare Clinic we use Dermaceutic® Facial Peels to enhance your skin’s appearance and rejuvenate your skin.  Peels can be used to target Acne, pigmentation, dull skin and fine lines.

Our Glycolic, Milk and Mela Treatment Peels take approximately 30 minutes. These do not include a facial/massage treatment as this is not suitable for combination with a Peel.

We recommend a course of 4 treatments every 2 weeks

Acne – Mask Peel

Dull Skin – Milk Peel

Pigmentation – Mela Peel

The Expert In Aesthetic Dermatology

Dermaceutic® Laboratoire is the partner of choice for over 30,000 aesthetic dermatology specialists throughout the world.

One of the first cosmeceutical companies to develop products using ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, stabilized vitamin C, and glycolic acid, Dermaceutic has led the cosmeceutical industry in the discovery of effective combinations of ingredients for use in aesthetic dermatology.

Through a progressive approach with peel intensity adapted to each patient, and a personal homecare regimen, optimal results can be achieved.

The efficacy of Dermaceutic’s cosmeceutical and peel treatment protocols is supported by extensive clinical trials, and the company’s collaboration with industry leading practitioners from around the globe.

Pre-Peel Preparation

With all our Dermaceutic® Facial Peel Treatments you will need to come in for a Skin Analysis with our Aesthetician two weeks prior to your first treatment.  The peels need no social downtime or cause shedding of the skin.

A personalised course of Skin Peels/Facial Treatments & Home Skincare Products will be recommended, to give the best results suitable to your skins needs.   These  need to be used by you at home for minimum of 2 weeks in advance of your first treatment.

Acids for Your Skin Concerns

Dry Skin: Lactic Acid – This acid helps your skin look young in two ways. First lactic acid helps to slough away surface dry skin. Second, it acts as a humectant, which means it pulls water into the skin and holds it there, making skin look fresh and young.

Wrinkles: Glycolic Acid – This wrinkle fighting acid is an exfoliator that safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells so that plump new skin cells can rise to the surface. Glycolic acid helps stimulate the growth of collagen, which is responsible for the skin’s elasticity and which breaks down with aging. Glycolic acid can help smooth out fine lines and diminish the appearance of wrinkles.

Acne: Salicylic Acid – This acid reduces shedding of cells inside the of follicles and helps to loosen dry, scaly skin. This helps break down thick layers of dead skin cells that can block follicles and lead to acne.

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