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Peel Away Your Skin Concerns: Why You Need a Mesoestetic Peel in Your Life

Peel Away Your Skin Concerns: Why You Need a Mesoestetic Peel in Your Life

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What does the facial peel do?

The peel works by encouraging deep exfoliation of different surface layers of the skin. It increases cell regeneration and restoration of collagen and elastin fibres.

Our favourite professional peels: 

We love the Mesopeel range from Mesoestetic. Mesopeel is the most advanced range of specific chemical peels. High quality solutions that are safe, efficient and easy to control.

Who is a facial peel for?

Mesopeel enables the treatment of asethetic concerns such as hyperpigmentation, skin ageing, acne, stretch marks and other skin imperfections. After the peel the skin will appear younger, hydrated and luminous.

If these are concerns that you can relate to, a facial peel may be a great treatment option.

What are the benefits?

Each peel can be tailored for your skins needs. The peel – depending on your needs – will:

  • purify and oxygenate the skin, leaving it free of impurities
  • close open pores and improve texture
  • addresses the effects of skin ageing, softening wrinkles
  • evens skin tone, adds luminosity
  • lightens dark spots
  • reduces the manifestation of acne and improves appearance of scars

As with many treatments, for optimum results a course of treatments in parallel to a good home care regime is recommended to benefit your skin and for you to get the best results.

Pre-Peel Advice

  • Avoid using self-tanners, scrubs or exfoliating agents for at least 48 hours prior to peel
  • Stop glycolic acid and Retin A/Renova products one week prior to
  • Do not wax facial hair for 2 weeks beforehand
  • Advise your aesthetician if you have a history of cold sores, fever blisters or herpes outbreak anywhere on the face ( prior to having your first treatment
  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning for at least a week prior and one month after peel

Post-Peel Advice

  • Avoid exercise and heat treatments (sauna, steam rooms, sunbeds) for 24hrs after procedure
  • For the next 24-48hrs avoid the use of abrasive sponges or exfoliating products; applying recommended moisturiser at least twice daily
  • Avoid products containing alpha-hydroxy acids unless advised by your treatment provider
  • Do not peel, pick, scratch or scrape skin or any loose skin resulting from the treatment. This must come off in it’s own time with no assistance. Ignoring this advice can lead to scarring.
  • Do not wax facial hair for 2 weeks post treatment
  • Delay the use of makeup for 24-48hrs (if you need to put it on, we recommend mineral makeup)
  • Adverse reactions to chemical peels are rare but can include peeling; redness; scabbing; infection; recurrence of cold sores and prolonged sensitivity to wind and sun.


In conclusion, while at-home peels offer a taste of rejuvenation, a professional peel delivers a more dramatic and controlled transformation. A trained aesthetician can assess your skin’s specific needs, select the optimal peel strength, and ensure a safe and effective treatment. With minimal downtime and maximised results, a professional peel offers a powerful path to smoother, brighter, and more youthful-looking skin, boosting your confidence and leaving you radiant.

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