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Evidence based simple procedure that works by sloughing off dead skin cells that has accumulated over the skin due to multiple factors ( sun exposure,pollution ,ageing and poor diet management ) and regenerating new skin cells to replace the old.


During a chemical peel a “chemical agent” is applied to your skin to exfoliate sun-damaged, thickened surface skin (peeling) and boost collagen production for firmer skin.

Most peels contain one of the following exfoliating ingredients:

  • Alpha hydroxy acids (an AHA , such as glycolic acid)

  • Beta hydroxy acids (salicylic acid, also known as BHA)

There are light, superficial peels, medium peels and deep peels. Superficial peels offer far less dramatic improvement than medium or deep peels (e.g., TCA-trichloroacetic acid or phenol-based) but the risk of side effects, some of which are severe, is higher with deep peels.

Chemical Peel

Overall, the results depend on the “depth” of the peel. In any event, you can expect fine lines, wrinkles and skin discolorations to become less visible. Skin texture will be visibly improved, collagen production boosted and blackheads will be reduced.


People with following concerns:

  • Fine Lines

  • Acne Marks and scars

  • Sun Damage

  • Blackheads

  • Large, Clogged Pores

  • Age spots

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Uneven Skin Tone

Before and After

Chamical Peel before
Chemical Peel Before
Chemical Peel after 3 days
Chemical Peel After 3 Days

Chemical Peel: The FIRST STEP towards Glowing Skin!

Frequently Asked Question

Is it a painful process?

Chemical Peel is a procedure with minimal to no pain.
There is mild burning sensation which subsides within 20 minutes 

Is there downtime?

No downtime and you can immediately resume to work post procedure

How long does the process takes?

It takes about 20 minutes for the whole process

What is the side effects of Chemical Peel?

There might be redness and mild swelling which will subside within 1-2 days