• Glycolic Acid Peel

  • Maintain A healthy glow!

    A potent skin care treatment for both men and women developing wrinkles in their 20s making it now possible to reverse the signs of aging. This particular chemical peel will not only reduce the appearance of wrinkles but give your skin a healthy glow!

    Good For:

    • Hyperpigmentation
    • Acne
    • Wrinkles
    • Dilated Pores

    What is a chemical peel?

    Chemical peel is a great facial treatment that significantly improves the skin by peeling off the damaged layer of skin. The glycolic acid peel/TCA peel has proven to be effective in reducing wrinkles, acne as well as uneven skin tone.

    What is the principle behind chemical peels?

    • It causes controlled destruction of the damaged skin layer
    • Promotes regeneration and remodeling of collagen
    • Improves skin texture and reduces wrinkles

    Pre and Post Treatment:

    Pre treatment: 

    • Avoid hair bleach, waxing and electrolysis
    • Use glycolic acid based face washes
    • Avoid makeup, cologne and shaving on the day of the treatment

    Post treatment:

    The treatment will promote skin crusting; in order to avoid any skin problems follow the steps below:

    • Erythema and desquamation might be a side effect of the treatment that will clear up within 2-3 days.
    • Avoid using soap while washing the face
    • Use an antibacterial ointment over the skin crusting to prevent any bacterial infection
    • Do not peel or scratch the treated area


    • Non-Invasive
    • Painless and effective


    Chemical peels have proven to be highly effective in treating:

    • Acne scars
    • Aging skin
    • Uneven skin tone 
    • Sun damaged skin

    If you are looking to reduce wrinkles, acne and overall nourishment and texture of your skin then the glycolic acid peel/ TCA peel is the one for you!

    • Patients of any diseases that might be contagious
    • Cut or an open wound on the treatment area
    • Sunburns
    • Herpes 
    • Pregnant or breastfeeding
    • Taking Accutane

    Start preparing your skin at least 2 weeks prior to the treatment by using a fading gel to slow down the production of melanin and use retinol and glycolic acid based serums. 

    • Redness and sensitive skin
    • Post peel breakouts 
    • Sensitive to sun (Use SPF 30+ when going out in the sun)

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