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For best results book a course of 6 peels at monthly intervals. You should also benefit from a cheaper rate. The interval between the peels should be discussed with your practitioner as it does depend on the type of peel used and of course your skin condition and any goals / expectations you have. There are quite a few different peels. Here are some options.
Enzyme - for dry congested uneven tones. Cleansing Peel.
Lactic - dry mature hyperpigmentation, pre even brightness and glow. Great pre events.
Salicylic - oily congested acne
Glycolic - Combination skin, sun damage, hyperpigmentation (various strengths)
Modified Jessner - Combination skin Mature Hyperpigmentation Rosacea. Lightens and Brightens the skin
TCA - Sun damage, Combination skin, Hyperpigmentation. Tone, texture and blemish prone skin.
Triplex - Congestion Sundamage Uneven tones - Pigment, Fine lines adn Mature skin.
AlphaBeta - Acne Combination skin Hyperpigmentation.
Blue Peel by Obagi - very intense peels for use after Obagi treatment.
If you are going for skin peels it is best to use home skin care products advise with the peel process and essential to use a good strong SPF (30 is advised) to prevent hyperpigmentation while the skin is renewing.
I hope this helps.
If you would like any further advice please let me know.
Dr Anna Hemming