Lamelle Chemical Peels
What is a Chemical Peel
Typically administered as a facial peel, a chemical peel enhances and smoothes the texture of the skin. It is an effective treatment for facial blemishes, wrinkles, and uneven skin pigmentation. They exfoliate the outer layers of dead skin, revealing a new skin layer with improved tone, texture, and color. In addition to full facial rejuvenation, certain types of skin peels can also be used for spot treatments and as a way to remove stretch marks or rejuvenate skin elsewhere on the body.
We distinguish between 3 main types of hyperpigmentation. There’s Sun-induced hyperpigmentation, hormonal causes such as melasma (common during and after pregnancy). And lastly, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (to do with scarring and acne). Treatment results and time frames will vary from individual to individual.
Entry level peel for treating pigmentation. This self-neutralising formulation is also effective in treating uneven skin tone, mild pigmentation, comedones (black and whiteheads) and congestion. The treatment will, especially with the first few treatments, cause some dryness of skin and flaking.Professional Beta Peel 20%: R 650
Medium depth peel for treating pigmentation. This peel can only be done once you've had a beta 15%. The treatment will, cause some dryness of skin and flaking, and reduces pigmentation and evens out skin tone.Add on Retinol: R 300
In cases where more flaking is required, the skincare therapist might add retinol to your treatment. This may be done in the skin where the pigmentation is resistant to treatment or where the skin is not peeling adequately.
Professional Beta Peel with TCA Spot Treatments: R 1050
A preparation peel is required. This treatment combines the beta skin peel with spot treatments of TCA – the strongest type of chemical skin peel available from Lamelle. It’s designed for treatment-resistant pigmented and is especially popular in the treatment of solar pigmentation in more aged skin.
Augmented Professional Beta Peel: R 1350
This treatment incorporates all 3 peels in one treatment: Beta Peel, TCA, and retinol. This treatment means the change in your skin can be quite drastic – social downtime should be expected. It’s chosen for severe aging, resistant pigmentation, and skin that requires aggressive intervention. Note: This treatment often requires a pre-treatment program of two weeks before the treatment can start.
Types of Peels used for acne
Professional Beta Plus Peel 20%: R 500
The Beta Plus treatment, is formulated specifically to be effective at removing black and whiteheads, and congestion. It’s also extremely anti-inflammatory and calms aggressive inflammatory reactions in inflammatory acne. The treatment might, cause some dryness of skin and flaking.
Add on Retinol: R 300
In cases where a deeper treatment is required, the skincare therapist might add retinol to your treatment. This may be done when the skin is leathery and thick.
Types of Peels used for hydration
Professional Lacti-Firm Peel 30/10: R650
Lactic acid is combined with a plumping ingredient – DMAE to create a even toned and radiant complexion. It’s a very comfortable, skin-firming and revitalising treatment with little if any, social downtime. Creates a beautiful glow to the skin.
Types of Peels used for Anti-ageing
Retistore Peel: R 940
This is a new miracle advanced ageing treatment. This retinoid (Vit A dirivative) treatment will boost collagen production to reduce fine lines and speed up cell turnover to even out discoloration and smooth the skin. By encouraging full epidermal restructuring Retistore will give you firmer skin and a lustrous glowing complexion.