• Use of Accutane®, Retin-A®, or other medications that exfoliate or thin the skin within 6 months

  • Recent cosmetic surgery, laser resurfacing or dermabrasion

  • Severe rosacea or acne

  • History of Keloids 

  • Pregnancy 

  • Breast-feeding

  • Sunburn, irritated skin or a rash

  • Open sores or lesions

  • Infectious disease

  • Active Herpes simplex

  • Diabetes

  • High blood pressure

  • Heart disease

  • Lupus

  • Chemotherapy/Radiation  

  • Deficient immune system

  • Permanent cosmetics–wait 7 days then cover with occlusive barrier


  • If you currently remove your facial hair, please perform this a week before or after your peel.

  • Avoid other procedures for 2 weeks before

  • Avoid using acid exfoliating products the night before and the morning of the procedure

  • Avoid using Retinol 0.3 for 3 days / Retinol 0.5 for 5 days / Retinol 1.0 for 7 days before

  • Ensure you are able to not wear makeup for 24 hours after your treatment.

Recommended :

  • Arrive with clean skin, no make up on




Designed as an in-clinic treatment for sensitive skin or those new to chemical peels to help restore radiance and brightness to dull, rough textured skin. 

Skin will appear brighter, more radiant and refreshed. The peel can also be used as a companion treatment for microdermabrasion or IPL.



Designed as an in-clinic treatment to restore radiance and brightness to dull, lacklustre skin experiencing mild discolouration, signs of ageing and rough texture. A course of Micropeel treatments is recommended to achieve optimum results.