Chemical Peels skin treatment Perth clinic


Chemical Peels Perth

Rejuvenate your skin with a chemical peel treatment.

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What is a Chemical Peel?

Our Revitalizing Enzyme Peels are designed to address pigmentation, sun damage, and acne concerns. This treatment delivers noticeable enhancements in both skin tone and texture.

Infused with organic ingredients such as Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Pyruvic Acid, Chemical Peels harmonise seamlessly with the skin’s innate processes to rejuvenate and illuminate.

Developed and rigorously tested by dermatologists, these peels can give optimal outcomes while prioritising safety. Their gentle application necessitates no recovery period, rendering them ideal for all skin types, including sensitive ones.

Common names

Fruit Acid Peel, Skin Peel, Facial Peel, AHA Peel, TCA, Glycolic Acid Peel, Lactic Acid Peel

Targeted areas

Face, Neck and Hands. As hands are more prone to scarring, the results are less predictable.

Procedure Information

Procedure Type

Non Surgical


From $99


Fine lines and wrinkling can be reduced, skin tone may be improved while most brown marks and pigmentation can be removed or lessened, especially age and ‘liver’ spots (lentigines) and melasma after pregnancy.


Seen within 7 days.

Recovery Time

Some peels have no downtime while others need 5 to 10 days out of action.

Treatable Areas

Face and hands but hands are more prone to scarring and the results are less predictable than the face.

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How do Chemical Peels work?

When the selected product is applied to your skin, it can provide visible improvements in skin tone, texture, and overall radiance.

Our Revitalizing Enzyme Peels stimulates the growth of new healthy skin cells, replacing tired, old and sun-damaged skin.

Please be aware, as with most Dermal Treatments, there are different levels associated with a Peel, and will vary based on the individual requirements and practitioner recommendations. For those with sensitive skin or requiring a subtle skin refresh, our Absolute Glow Peel is a great treatment option.


What are the possible complications of Chemical Peels?

Scarring can occur with strong acids or a phenol peel but is almost unknown the more gentle peels that we use. The most common causes of scarring are from infection and pulling the flaking pieces of skin off before they’re ready. Both are avoidable and patients should take extreme care to avoid manipulating the skin while it is flaking.

Cold sores can be activated in those prone to this problem. Anti-viral medication can be taken prior to the procedure in this case.

Increased pigmentation can occur and will resolve over time. Pigmentation changes can also be largely prevented with sunscreen and minimising your sun exposure for 3 months after the peel.

What is the procedure behind a Chemical Peel?

Firstly, the skin is thoroughly cleansed. The product is then applied to your face for a scheduled period of time. At this stage, you may feel a tingling or it may be slightly stingy, this abates after approximately 1 minute.

Once the initial discomfort has worn off, your skin will not be painful but will feel tight. Your skin will also go red and it may be a little swollen over the next 24 hours.

Over the next few days, the skin dries out and starts to peel. Emollient should be applied several times a day to prevent cracking. Some types of peel have no downtime, while others need 5 to 10 days out of action.

When is the treatment NOT recommended?

The chemical peeling treatment:

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