Ultimate Glow Peel

This medical-grade chemical peel is a light, brightening resurfacing solution that improves the signs of ageing and hyperpigmentation with minimal downtime.

Treatment Time

45 Minutes

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Containing lactic acid, salicylic acid and resorcinol this multipurpose resurfacing solution is effective in minimising the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation issues like age spots, discolouration and uneven skin tone. We tailor the strength of this peel to your individual needs by the number of layers applied.

Add on: Neck & Décolleté Treatment

Designed to keep your neck line youthful and healthy by improving texture and appearance of the neck, adding luminosity and brilliance to dull and tired skin whilst reducing the appearance of sun damage and pigmentation.

  • Pigmentation

  • Dull & Lacklustre

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Ultimate Glow Peel Treatment FAQs

Ultimate glow peel is a chemical peel treatment incorporating 20% lactic acid (AHA) and 10% salicylic acid (BHA), and serves as a versatile resurfacing peel treatment designed to diminish acne pimples while also reducing the visibility of fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage.

This chemical peel treatment involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin on the face and neck. The solution causes the skin to exfoliate and eventually peel off, revealing new, regenerated skin underneath. Before the procedure we will assess your skin type, discuss your goals and expectations, and determine the most suitable type and strength of chemical peel for your skin.


We prepare the skin to ensure it’s thoroughly cleansed to remove any excess oils, makeup and debris. In some cases, we apply a preparation solution to degrease the skin and enhance the penetration of the chemical peel.

The chemical peel solution is applied to the targeted area using a brush. The application done in layers, depending on the type of peel and the desired results. Some of our peels are self-neutralising, while others require us to apply a separate neutralising solution.


The chemical solution is then left on the skin for a specific amount of time, which can vary depending on the depth and your skin sensitivity. During this time you may experience a tingling or burning sensation. For peels that require neutralisation, a neutralising solution is applied to stop the chemical reaction and prevent further penetration into the skin. This step is crucial to control the depth of the peel.


After the peel, the skin may be soothed with a cool compress. We provide you with a post-peel kit to aid recovery and maximise results. We advise to avoid direct sun exposure and use a sunscreen to protect the newly revealed skin. Over the next few days and weeks, the treated skin will begin to peel and flake off, revealing smoother, regenerated skin. The extent of peeling can vary depending on the depth of the peel.

BHAs and AHAs are abbreviations for types of chemical exfoliants.


Examples of AHAs include Glycolic acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, tartaric acid Mandelic acid. Typically derived from fruits and milk sugars.

AHAs are water-soluble acids that exfoliate the skin’s surface, helping to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. They can improve the appearance of fine lines, uneven skin tone, and sun damage.

AHAs are suitable for normal to dry skin types.

Example of a BHA is Salicylic acid. Salicylic acid is often derived from willow bark. 

BHAs penetrate into the pores, making them effective for treating acne and preventing breakouts. They exfoliate the inside of the pore lining, helping to unclog pores and reduce blackheads and whiteheads.

BHAs are recommended for oily and acne-prone skin types due to their ability to target excess oil and acne-related issues.

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