It may not surprise you to learn that ‘How much is a chemical peel’ is a frequently asked question on Google and with this in mind we decided to put together a post for you not only answering this but giving you insight into how a chemical peel actually works by itself, alongside other treatments and the benefits offered.
What should I expect to pay?
Because there is such a variety of specialists treatments available in terms of chemical peels it is difficult to answer this questions specifically. In addition the number of treatments required does have to be taken into consideration and this of course all depends on your skin type. Having said this, we are going to guide you through a portion of what we offer here at Innovations Beauty Salon in order to give you a deeper insight and to put you onto the correct path when it comes to fresher, brighter skin.
Let’s get the myths out of the way first!
So many people are scared away when it comes to chemical peels as they fear it will not only hurt but leave their skin looking terrible whilst healing. With AlumierMD professional peels, nothing could be further from the truth. It pays to bear in mind that when horror stories are documented by the press, these are often the results of treatments carried out by non-professionals. At Innovations Beauty Salon, not only have we received intensive training with regards to AlumierMD, some of our therapists have experienced the treatment first hand in order to witness results for themselves. So, to answer the question ‘Will a chemical peel hurt my skin and leave me looking very red and in pain’? We can unequivocally answer this with a ‘no, it most certainly won’t’.
What will happen then?
We all lead busy lives meaning downtime from a chemical peel is required to be minimal. With AlumierMD there is quite literally no downtime required. Upon completion skin will be a little pink (in a very healthy way) and you will experience a tiny amount of skin shed on the first day only. We will send you away with an aftercare pack allowing you to look after your skin post treatment.
The following image is a snapshot of before treatment and then straight after.
Tell me more about AlumierMD and skin type:
A chemical peel is not specific to helping with the ageing process. Proving fantastic for the treatment of acne, rosacea and pigmentation, this particular treatment works by exfoliation of the dead skin cells and stimulation of cell renewal. Depending on your skin type and the results you are looking to achieve we can customise the strength of the peel by the numbers of layers applied. Over the course of their treatment we have had some amazing results for acne sufferers.
The following is an official image directly from AlumierMD and shows the before and after shots of a client with acne, redness and pigmentation.
Let’s now answer the original question, ‘How much is a chemical peel by AlumierMD’?
We offer two options including the Glow Peel at £79 and the Prescription Peel at £65. A course of six peels are recommended (with the final one administered free of charge) and we will discuss which is best for you, based upon skin type during an initial consultation.
Chemical peels offer the perfect way of skin rejuvenation without having to go under the knife. They are relatively quick to apply taking anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour and the results appear quite quickly and when carried out correctly will last a decent amount of time. It’s important to feel good about yourself and a noninvasive peel will do that for you. Whether you want to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles or reduce acne and scarring we can certainly help you on your way.