What do Chemical Peels Do?

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If you are looking for skin rejuvenation, or a brighter more radiant complexion then a chemical peel may be a good treatment to consider.  

So, what do chemical peels do?

A chemical peel is one of the most effective treatment options to rejuvenate the skin for a more youthful, and brighter complexion. However, there are different types of chemical peels, so which one is best depends on your skin, and your concerns. 

Chemical peels can be used to target a number of different skin concerns, including: 

• Pigmentation Wrinkles 

• Dull skin

• Eyebags 

• Crows’ feet

• Acne 

• Uneven skin tone

• Ageing skin Laughter lines

• Scarring 

• Rosacea and redness

• Age spots

• Necklines

During your initial consultation with us, we will identify your skin concerns, and also your skin type to decide which solution will be best for you in helping you achieve your goals.

Here at Ness Aesthetics, we offer two different ranges of chemical peel, both of which are specially designed to target and combat specific skincare concerns.


The Fillmed range consists of several different treatments to address specific concerns. Depending on which treatment you go for, it may take between 40 minutes – 1 hour. Each treatment contains a complex blend of active ingredients that penetrate the deeper layers of skin and target your problem areas.

The treatment works by introducing your skin to a powerful combination of actives, including, hygroscopic for hydration, and Mandelic acid, a PHA exfoliator that helps tackle fine lines, skin laxity, and dullness. The treatment also includes a concentrated amount of citric acids with antioxidant properties to help support the skin and address UV damage, and tackle hyperpigmentation.    

For the best results, we advise you to have around three sessions every two weeks, and then once monthly after that. 

For the ultimate finish, we also offer a nourishing facemask that contains up to 8mg of hyaluronic acid to moisturise the skin. 

The list of treatments in the Fillmed range includes:

De-Stress and Glow – This chemical peel focuses on tension relief, and is fantastic for hydration plumping, and soothing the skin

Hydra Glow – This is a powerful hydrating treatment to target dull and dry skin

Balance Blemishes – If you suffer from skin congestion and breakouts, this may be the chemical peel for you. It clears the pores of any bacteria and helps to control spot-prone skin.  

Positive Pro Aging Facial – This peel targets the signs of aging, including fine lines, wrinkles, and overall radiance. 

My Lift and Firm Facial – This peel helps to lift and firm the skin with intense hydration.

Beautiful Eyes – This targets tired-looking eyes to help lift dark circles, and brighten the overall eye area.

Lunchtime Peel – This helps to brighten the skin immediately, a perfect lunchtime treat.

Obagi Facials 

Obgagi facials are tailored around your individual concerns and combine advanced medical grade, active ingredients to address pigmentation issues, fine lines, wrinkles, breakouts, and collagen production for full facial rejuvenation.

This multi-step treatment is one of the most effective ways to target areas of concern, stimulate collagen production within the skin and improve circulation with no downtime.

Each treatment takes around 45-minute to complete and includes a facial massage and head massage for complete relaxation. 

The list of OBAGI treatments includes:

• OBAGI Enrich Facial – includes a chemical peel

• OBAGI Signature Facial

• OBAGI Acne Express Facial

• OBAGI Age Defying Facial

• OBAGI Antioxidant Force Field Facial

• OBAGI Soothing Radiance Facial

So, what do chemical peels do? Put simply, a chemical peel is a highly effective treatment solution to target any specific concerns you may have. At Ness Aesthetics, we provide a complimentary consultation for each patient to help choose a suitable and effective solution to help you achieve your goals. 

For more information on which chemical peel is best, contact Ness Aesthetics today. 

What do Chemical Peels Do?