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What Happens To Your Skin During A Chemical Peel?

What Happens To Your Skin During A Chemical Peel?

More and more people are opting to enhance their appearance with a chemical peel. The minimally invasive, inexpensive procedure smooths the skin, allowing for a revitalised, youthful look. The recovery time for most chemical peels is short, and the benefits last a long time. If you are considering this treatment, here’s what you need to know.

Autumn Skin Care - 3 Top Treatments To Rejuvenate Your Skin

Are you ready to embrace an Autumn Skin Care regime to help tackle some of the signs of premature skin ageing?

Facial Scrubs and Peel-off masks – are they actually damaging your skin?

As we age, our skin becomes less efficient at shedding old skin cells, causing them to build up and give the appearance of a dull and lacklustre complexion. Gentle and light exfoliation can help to clear away some of this build up...

What is melasma and can a chemical peel help?

Melasma is a skin condition where the skin on your face makes too much of the brown pigment called melanin. Melasma can be treated with a combination of a series of superficial chemical peels and professional skincare products.

5 Tips for More Radiant Skin

I’d like to make some New Year's resolutions for looking after your skin, and make them as easy as possible with some incredibly simple tips for more beautiful skin - tips that don’t require a huge amount of thought or effort.

Dr. Obagi’s ZO® Skin Health Controlled Depth chemical peel has been brought over to the UK

The ZO® Skin Health Controlled Depth Peel is an intensive Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) chemical peel that is designed to create, rejuvenate and correct skin deficiencies, including pigmentation, diminish wrinkles, acne scarring, and large pores. It was launched into the UK at the end of October 2016.

GMC Urges Cosmetic Procedure Patients to Question Doctors

People thinking of having a cosmetic procedure are being urged to question their doctors before going ahead with treatment, in new advice issued on 1st June by the General Medical Council (GMC).

What patients can expect from any pre-treatment consultation with a medical practitioner

I am a firm believer in the idea that all non-surgical cosmetic procedures should include a one-to-one consultation between the patient and their Aesthetic Practitioner, prior to the day of the procedure.

The Secrets of Non-Surgical Anti-Ageing by Dr Patrick Bowler

Everything you ever wanted to know about non-surgical treatments is now online in an easy to read definitive guide, The Secrets of Non-Surgical Anti-Ageing by Dr Patrick Bowler, Medical Director of Courthouse Clinics.