SIGNATURE MEDICAL PEEL
||30-90mins||Mild Peeling||Extraction Facial|
|$169-$288 NETT||Done by Hand||Available at All Outlets|
- Boosts skin cell renewal
- Sloughs away dead skin cells
- Controls oil production
- Kills acne-causing bacteria
- Boosts absorption of serums
- Lightens minor hyperpigmentation
- Refines fine lines
HOW IT WORKS
|After a welcome head massage, the treatment starts with a double cleanse to free the skin of the day’s build up.|
|Customised Medical Peel|
|Following a strict protocol developed by our doctors, a medical peel is specifically customised and tailored for your skin condition and goals.|
|After the medical peel has deep cleaned and softened your skin, our skilled therapists carefully perform an extraction.|
|Pair this treatment with our FDA-approved I2PL Photorejuvenation for even greater results.|
- Full facial treatment (90mins) – $288 NETT (available online and in-stores)
- Medical Peel + Mask (60mins) – $202 NETT (available in-stores)
- Medical Peel (30min) – $169 NETT (available in-stores)
There is a chance your skin may peel. This will depend on the strength and type of the peel used, the frequency of treatment, and any skin reactions to the peel.
As a treatment that can be tailored to individual needs and concerns, the Signature Medical Peel is beneficial and safe for all skin types, except those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. A small patch test can be done prior to the facial.
A very serious allergic reaction to the Signature Medical Peel is rare. However, seek immediate medical attention if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, including: rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, or trouble breathing.
This is not a complete list of possible side effects. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor immediately.
You can enjoy it once every 3-4 weeks.
Yes! We've adapted our Signature Medical Peel to be used on the Eyes and on the Body.
You will be required to share your medical history with the consulting professional, especially those concerning your skin. These include the use of medications like isotretinoin or vitamin A creams. You may be required to temporarily stop the use of such medication or topicals.
Post-treatment instructions include:
- Cleanse your skin gently and apply any creams provided.
- Do not pick at scabs, if any.
- Avoid/limit sun exposure.
- Always wear sunscreen.
- Other instructions provided by a professional.
Over-the-counter chemical peels and acids are only available in lower concentrations (e.g., up to 10 per cent with glycolic acid). They are also generally only able to tackle very mild skin conditions such as mild acne, or as a gentle home-based exfoliation.
Professional/medical chemical peels are available in relatively higher concentrations (e.g., up to 30 or even 70 per cent!), and are administered by trained professionals such as estheticians/cosmeticians, nurses, or doctors.
These peels tackle a wider spectrum of skin concerns including mild to moderate acne, unwanted pigmentation, light acne scars, fine lines, and wrinkles.