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Exceptional Skin Rejuvenation with Chemical Peels for Acne and Acne Scars.


One of the most effective methods for treating acne and acne scarring is chemical peels. Our chemical peels treatments are personalized offering remarkable results with minimal interruption to your lifestyle. expertly administered by our top-rated professionals for outstanding skin transformation.

The Process

Chemical peels gently removes the top layer of skin, accelerating cell turnover and revealing a fresh, vibrant layer beneath. The result? A visible reduction in unclogs pores, improves skin texture, reduces the appearance of acne, acne scars, smoother texture, and a revitalized, youthful glow that will have you looking as vibrant as you feel.

Acne Scars

The treatment of acne scars generally necessitates a series of sessions, tailored to the depth of the scar and the specific chemical peel used. Expected outcomes include a significant diminution of scars, a smoother skin texture and an added benefit of an even-toned complexion.

Chemical Peels: Which One?

Chemical peels come in various strengths – light (superficial), medium, and deep. The results and effects of each vary due to the depth of skin that they target.

The type of peel suitable for an individual will depend on their skin type, concerns, and goals, as well as their ability to tolerate the peeling and recovery process.

Deep Peels

Deep peels penetrate much further into the skin, targeting both the outer and middle layer of the skin (the dermis). They use stronger acids like phenol or trichloroacetic acid. These peels can dramatically reduce deep wrinkles, age spots, freckles, and moderate skin discoloration. They can also help with precancerous growths. Because they’re more intense, deep peels have a longer recovery time, and they can also result in more noticeable peeling and redness. The effects are much more dramatic and long-lasting.

Medium Peels

This peel removes skin cells from the epidermis and the upper part of the middle layer of skin (the dermis). It’s used to treat wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin tone. The most commonly used chemical is trichloroacetic acid (TCA), sometimes in combination with glycolic acid. The recovery period is longer than a light peel, often around 1-2 weeks, with significant swelling and redness.

Light Peels

Light or superficial peels use mild acids like alpha-hydroxy acid to gently exfoliate the skin. They primarily target the outermost layer of the skin (the epidermis). Light peels can brighten the skin and give it a fresher appearance, and they can also help with fine lines and acne. These peels have the shortest recovery time.

Customized Boosters, Enhancing Skincare Excellence

At our state-of-the-art medical cosmetic centre, we transcend the conventional approach to chemical peel treatments. Offering the finest chemical peels is merely the starting point for us. We meticulously select only top-quality ingredients and craft customized boosters tailored to each individual’s skin condition and sensitivity. Our dedication to excellence and personalized care not only sets us apart but ensures remarkable results that have established us as a reliable and advanced providers of chemical peel treatments in the industry.

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Types of Acne


Acne present in several forms and type and Each type of acne requires a different treatment approach and treatment plan, therefore a skin assessment and consultation is crucial for each treatment plan.

Whiteheads: Also known as closed comedones, these are small, round blemishes that are white or skin-colored. They are caused by hair follicles becoming clogged with sebum (oil) and dead skin cells.

Blackheads: Known as open comedones, these are similar to whiteheads but are open at the surface of the skin, which causes the sebum or oil to oxidize and turn black.

Papules: These are small, red, inflamed bumps on the skin. They are a form of inflammatory acne, which occurs when the walls surrounding the pores break down due to severe inflammation.

Pustules: These are larger, inflamed pimples filled with pus. They are typically red at the base with a white or yellow center.

Nodules: These are large, hard, painful lumps beneath the surface of the skin. Nodules form when clogged pores damage tissues and cells deep beneath the skin’s surface.

Cysts: These are large, soft, painful, pus-filled lumps beneath the skin that resemble boils. Like nodules, cysts form from severe damage to the skin tissue and are the most severe form of acne.

Acne Conglobata: This is a rare and severe form of acne that involves many inflamed nodules that are connected under the skin, leading to widespread scarring.

Acne Mechanica: This form of acne is triggered by excess heat, pressure, friction, or rubbing of the skin. It’s common in athletes and is often caused by sports equipment.

Acne Fulminans: A severe form of acne conglobata, which also presents with a fever and aching of the joints.

Types of Acne Scars


Acne scars come in several forms, each with its unique characteristics and each type of acne scar has different treatment options.

Ice Pick Scars: These scars are deep, very narrow, and extend into the dermis. The skin surface looks as if it has been pierced by an ice pick or sharp instrument, hence the name.

Boxcar Scars: These are round or oval depressions or craters in the skin. They’re wider than ice pick scars and can be shallow or deep. The skin inside these scars is often normal-appearing, but it is sharply demarcated at the edges.

Rolling Scars: These are caused by damage beneath the skin surface. They give the skin a wave-like appearance. They tend to be wide and shallow.

Hypertrophic or Keloid Scars: These are raised scars that sit above the surface of the skin. They’re caused by excessive collagen production during the healing process. Hypertrophic scars remain within the boundary of the original wound, while keloids grow beyond it.

Atrophic Scars: These are flat, thin, or depressed scars below the surrounding skin. They’re typically divided into ice pick scars, boxcar scars, and rolling scars, as mentioned above.

Hyperpigmentation or Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH): This is not a true scar but a temporary discoloration of the skin, usually brown, purple or red, following an acne breakout. While not considered a scar, it’s often classified with acne scars because it’s a common after-effect of acne.

Post-Inflammatory Erythema (PIE): This also isn’t a true scar. It’s more of a flat red or pink spot left after acne inflammation subsides. It’s more commonly seen in lighter skin types and can take a long time to fade naturally.

Our commitment, to understanding your skin.

We have performed hundreds of successful chemical peels, customizing each procedure to the individual’s unique skin type and goals. Using the latest technology and best products.

What sets us apart isn’t just our exceptional service. It’s our commitment to understanding your skincare needs and delivering a personalized experience from start to finish. This isn’t just another skincare treatment; it’s an opportunity to relax, rejuvenate, and reveal your radiant self.

An Opportunity to Rejuvenate, and Reveal Your Youthful Radiant Self.

Personalized Chemical Peels Tailored to Your Skin.


Our medical spa’s chemical peel treatments are an experience like no other. Chemical peels, known as the holy grail of cosmetic treatments, can significantly improve the health and appearance of your skin by reducing imperfections such as acne, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.

At our beauty centre, we have carefully crafted a unique blend of skin-loving ingredients to safely and gently remove the dull, outer layer of your skin, revealing a complexion that’s smoother, clearer, and more youthful. We don’t just focus on the results; we ensure your comfort and safety throughout the process.

Chemical Peels: The Science of Age-Defying Skincare for Mature Complexions.


Chemical peels are scientifically proven to be beneficial for mature skin due to their ability to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, two critical proteins that maintain the skin’s firmness and elasticity. As we age, our skin naturally produces less of these proteins, leading to wrinkles and sagging. A high-quality chemical peel can invigorate this production process, leading to a smoother, firmer, and more youthful complexion.

We Bring You Only the Best

Expert Staff

Entrust your skin to our expert team of professionals, a team of licensed aestheticians who blend in-depth skincare knowledge with years of experience to ensure you receive a chemical peel treatment that’s as safe as it is effective.

Customized Treatment

Experience the luxury of customization with our chemical peel treatments, each meticulously tailored to match your unique skin type and personal beauty goals, ensuring optimal results that are as individual as you are.

Advanced Technology

Leverage the power of cutting-edge technology in skincare, as we employ the latest advancements in our chemical peel procedures, promising treatments that are at the forefront of innovation, efficiency, and effectiveness.

Premium Ingredients

Bask in the assurance of premium, high-quality ingredients used in our chemical peel treatments, dermatologist-approved formulations that promise to safely rejuvenate your skin while maximizing the radiance and youthfulness you desire.

Luxurious Experience

Step into our luxurious environment, designed for your comfort and well-being, a premium ambiance that is reflected in our glowing client testimonials and five-star ratings, a testament to our commitment to superior customer experience.

3D Advanced Skin Analysis

To better understand the under-layers of your skin before proceeding with acne and acne scars treatment, we use our advanced 3D multi-spectrum comprehensive skin analysis reader to provide a complete skin report and address your concerns with the best and most precise results.

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What types of acne and acne scars can chemical peels treat?
Chemical peels can be effective in treating different types of acne and acne scars with the most commons as whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, pustules, cystic acne, depressed scars, hyperpigmentation and raised scars.
How does the chemical peel process work, and what should I expect during and after treatment?
Chemical peels involve applying a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the top layer of the skin to exfoliate and eventually peel off, revealing a new layer of skin underneath.
What type of chemical peel would be best for my skin type and acne condition?
The best type of chemical peel for your skin type and acne condition can depend on several factors, such as the severity of your acne, your skin’s sensitivity, and your skin tone. During a comprehensive consultation we are able to assess your skin and and formulate treatments tailored to you with our top-tier ingredients.
How many treatments will I need to see results, and how long will those results last?
Chemical peels requires several sessions to see result, the number of treatments needed can vary greatly, depending on the type of chemical peel used, the severity of your acne or acne scars, and your individual skin’s response to the treatment.
What is a chemical peel?
A chemical peel is a dermatological treatment that uses a chemical solution to improve the skin’s appearance. It works by exfoliating the outer layers of old skin to reveal new, smoother skin underneath.
Are there any risks or potential side effects with chemical peel treatments?
Chemical peels are common method of treatment for acne and acne scars. When performed correctly and treated properly after the treatment, sever side effects are rare. Depending on the type of peel and your skin condition reactions such as redness and irritation may accrue.
What aftercare is needed following a chemical peel treatment?
Aftercare is crucial to the healing process and overall success of a chemical peel. Protecting your skin from the sun, make sure to hydrate your skin constantly with gentle moisturizer and drink lots of water, and the most important is to not pick or peel the skin manually and allow your skin to peel off naturally.

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