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Clinicare chemical peel is a type of skin treatment that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the top layers of the skin to peel off, revealing smoother and healthier skin underneath.
The chemical solution used in clinicare chemical peels contains various acids, such as glycolic acid, salicylic acid, or trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which help to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.
Clinicare chemical peels are used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including acne, acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and uneven skin tone and texture.
· Retinols or harsh exfoliators such as glycolic acids or salicylic acids including topical and oral capsules one week before
· Discontinue the use of sunbeds one week before treatment
· Avoid excessive Alcohol or caffeine on the day of treatment
· Discontinue the use of Roaccutane 6 months prior to treatment
· Discontinue the use of Lymecycline 4 weeks prior to treatment
· Discontinue taking Anti-Biotics or Steroids one week prior to treatment
· Discontinue the use of skin thinning cream, gel, or lotion one week prior to treatment
· Arrive without make up or fake tan on the area being treated
· Avoid wearing make up for 24-48 hours
· Wear mineral based make up to avoid breakouts
· Adopt a good homecare regime (this can be discussed with your therapist)
· Wear an SPF during the day
· Do not clean your face until the following morning after the treatment
· Use a 100% Mulberry Silk Pillowcase and ditch the cotton, this will help keep any breakouts to a minimum and keep your skin hydrated
· Drink plenty of water and stay clear of fried and processed foods
· Schedule your next appointment for 4 weeks’ time
· Avoid touching your face post treatment
· You can return to using chemical exfoliants 72 hours post treatment
Yes, you will be slightly flushed where all the blood has rushed to the surface of the skin during treatment, but this should subside within 24-48 hours and looks more like a healthy glow. You will experience dry areas and possible mild peeling on the treated area within the first 7 days of the treatment.
You will feel slight discomfort during the procedure however this can be managed by your therapist using a fan to emit cold air to the area.
You can yes. This treatment is perfect for those wanting to help reduce breakouts.
Every 4-6 weeks.
After a minimum of 24 hours has passed. If you must wear makeup, then a mineral based make up range is best.
Skin peels can help with anti-ageing, reduction of scarring, shrinking pores, hydration, resurfacing, and improvement of skin tone from pigmentation or sun damage.
No, they cannot.
No, you cannot.