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A facial is a topical rejuvenating treatment to counteract common skin imperfections. Masks, serums, and exfoliators are gently massaged onto the skin in order to clean pores and blackheads, remove bacteria, dirt, or dead skin cells. Facials can be used as a remedy for addressing common skin concerns such as:
Dry skin
Uneven skin tone
Dark spots
Signs of aging
Benefits of Facials

Getting a facial can successfully reduce the amount of toxins in your skin and help your skin feel refreshed and vibrant. They are also a great way to increase the blood circulation, which can promote better cell production and skin radiance!

What Is a Chemical Peel?
A chemical peel is a unique solution that is applied to the outermost layer of skin. Once applied, the solution causes the skin to peel. Damaged, dull skin is removed, revealing a new and more youthful complexion. Chemical peels are safe and effective for treating the following skin concerns:
Fine lines and wrinkles
Sun spots
Acne scars
Pigmentation inconsistencies
Dark spots

Benefits of Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are successful at restoring radiant skin for a more youthful glow by removing the top layer of damaged skin. This can be especially beneficial for those who may have scars or an increased presence of fine lines or wrinkles. Chemical peels can help give your face a fresh start!


Excellent to rid the face of excess fine hairs which can often accumulate dirt and oil. Contrary to popular belief, vellus hairs, as opposed to terminal hair, will not grow back thicker or darker. Microdermabrasion, which also physically exfoliates skin, does not remove vellus hair.

Why get a combination dermaplaning and chemical peel?
While dermaplaning and chemical peels are effective apart, they work synergistically together. Dermaplaning helps to remove the outer layers of the skin, making the chemical solution in a chemical peel far more effective. Since dermaplaning enables the acid solution to reach deeper levels of the dermis, the chemical solution in a combination treatment is left on the skin for a shorter period of time than it is during a chemical peel alone. Dermaplaning can be combined with many different types of chemical peels, from mild glycolic and salicylic acid peels to stronger peels containing trichloroacetic acid (TCA). For more information about dermaplaning and chemical peels, contact our office to schedule a consultation.

Facial & Peel  £55

Dermaplaning & Peel £75