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Treat skin conditions including:



Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Uneven skin tone

Dull rough skin

Large pores


Dry skin

Oily skin



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Glow Peel …. £75

For hyperpigmentation, age spots and dull tired skin

Refresh Peel …. £75

For fine lines, wrinkles, dehydrated and sagging skin

Pure Peel …. £75

For troubled, sensitive and acne like conditions

Course of treatments recommended

Course of 3 peels …. £185 (Save £40)

Glow/Pure/Refresh Peel Range

BioRePeel …. £80

Anti- ageing facial peel also beneficial to reduce pigmentation, acne and scarring

Course of 3 BioRePeels …. £200 (Save £40)

Course for BioRePeel facial peels

BioRePeel - Face & Neck  …. £100

BioRePeel Face, Neck & Décolleté  …. £120 

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Facial peels are skin resurfacing treatments.


Specific solutions are applied to your skin causing exfoliation of dead skin cells (keratinocytes) and impurities.

New skin cells, collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin are stimulated to regenerate resulting in new firm, smooth, radiant, clear, hydrated and balanced skin.

There are different types of peels from superficial to medical grade which can be used depending on your skin condition and skin type.


Multiple peels are recommended for lasting results


Downtime varies dependent of peel type:

No downtime - Enzyme Peels

Effects from BioRepeel, Glow, Refresh, Pure Peels usually subside in a few hours.

More sensitive skin may take longer to recover.

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Glow Peel …. £75

The Clinicare Glow AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) Peel is a superficial glycolic acid peel effective in treating hyperpigmentation, age spots, sun damage and dull, tired skin.


The Clinicare Glow Peel is a peel with a pH of 1.7 which will remove the upper layer of the epidermis (stratum corneum). It inhibits melanin synthesis, brightens the skin, evens out discolouration and is safe to use on darker skin.

Active Ingredients

Glycolic Acid 28%

The Glow Peel contains the smallest and most effective alpha hydroxy acid, derived from sugar cane. It exfoliates the epidermis, promotes cell regeneration and stimulates the growth of new skin. It safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells, bringing fresh, new skin to the surface.


Mandelic acid 6%

This alpha hydroxy acid is derived from bitter almonds. It has depigmenting properties, inhibits melanin synthesis, exfoliates and rejuvenates skin.


Kojic Acid 4%

Kojic acid is derived from a variety of fungi and organic substances and is used to diminish dark areas resulting from excessive pigmentation in the skin. It inhibits the activity of tyrosinase and prevents the formation of melanin.


Arbutin 2%

Arbutin acts by reversibly suppressing melanosomal tyrosinase activity and thus prevents the synthesis of melanocytes. It works synergistically with kojic acid to enhance the brightening effect.


Refresh Peel …. £75

The Clinicare Refresh Peel is a superficial glycolic acid peel suitable for an anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation effect.


The Clinicare Refresh AHA Peel is a superficial chemical peel that removes the upper layers of the epidermis (pH 1.55). It strengthens the skin and stimulates collagen synthesis.

Active Ingredients

Glycolic Acid 48%

The Refresh Peel contains the smallest and most effective alpha hydroxy acid, derived from sugar cane. It exfoliates the epidermis, promotes epidermolysis, and stimulates the growth of new skin. It safely removes the outer layer of dead skin cells, bringing fresh, new skin to the surface.


Phytic Acid 4%

Phytic acid protects against inflammation by blocking free radicals and increasing antioxidant functionality. It is also able to protect DNA from free radicals. It can enter cells and help DNA repair breaks in the strands.


Kojic Acid 2%

Kojic acid is derived from a variety of fungi and organic substances and is used to diminish dark areas resulting from excessive pigmentation in the skin. It inhibits the activity of tyrosinase and prevents the formation of melanin.



Pure Peel …. £75

The Clinicare Pure BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acid) Peel is a mild salicylic acid peel suitable for acne treatment and the improvement of skin texture.


The Clinicare Pure BHA Peel is a light superficial chemical peel that will remove the upper layers of the epidermis (pH 2.4).


This peel is suitable for acne treatments and can be used to improve skin texture.


Active Ingredients


Salicylic acid 20%

Derived from willow tree bark, this has keratolytic, comedolytic, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Its lipophilic properties enable the salicylic acid to penetrate and dissolve sebum, making it a highly effective therapy for acne. In addition, it has anti-inflammatory properties which make it suitable for sensitive skin conditions, such as rosacea. Salicylic acid has a mild anaesthetic effect compared to AHAs.

Lactic acid 12%

The mildest of alpha hydroxy acids, it has water binding properties and stimulates collagen synthesis.


Glycolic acid 12%

This exfoliates the epidermis, promotes epidermolysis, disperses basal layer melanin and stimulates the growth of new skin. Glycolic acid also reduces the amount of surface skin oil.




BioRePeel …. £80

BioRePeel is an innovative, bi-phase TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) peel with a bio stimulating, revitalising and peeling action.

It has 14 active ingredients that contribute to exfoliation, skin cell turnover and profound stimulation to counter the effects of skin ageing, acne scarring and damage caused by UV radiation and pollution.

It is excellent in anti-ageing due to it containing all the essential amino acids and vitamins your skin needs.

The FND contains 35% TCA and GABA which is a muscle relaxant and thereby reduces lines/wrinkles.

Furthermore the treatment is suitable for young skin during acute stages of acne, blackheads with recent or fresh scarring.

BioRePeel works in two stages:

Hydrophilic Phase

The hydrophilic phase contains an innovative mix of TCA, alpha, beta and poly hydroxy acids, amino acids and vitamins.

It's bio stimulating and revitalising actions ensure fibroblasts’ activity, activate cutaneous proliferating and biosynthetic processes, as well as increase cellular turnover and collagen and elastin production. In addition, hydrophilic phase promotes exfoliation, reduces fine lines by neutralisation of free radicals, and helps battling acne, enlarged pores and comedones.

Lipophilic Phase

The lipophilic phase create a microfilm on the skin that regenerate and moisturises the skin, but it is also an enhancer that helps the deep vehiculation of active principles.

Has stabilising and protective actions, reduces trans-epidermic water evaporation and assists active principles vehiculation. Also, restores and maintains the cutaneous hydro-lipidic film. Its moisturising action increases overall hydration.

Active Ingredients

TCA - Trichloroacetic acid

Lactobionic acid

This product is made of a molecule of gluconic acid, a polyhydroxyacid, linked to a carbohydrate, galactose. It is an effective epidermal anti-ageing molecule and stimulates dermal matrix polymer synthesis and dermal synthesis. It has great moisturising properties thanks to the structural -OH groups. It reduces cutaneous Metalloproteinases (MMPs) production, protecting the skin from chronoageing and photoageing. Galactose is an endogen carbohydrate that is used by fibroblasts to synthesize glycosaminoglycans and collagen.


Salicylic acid

Powerful keratolytic, that selectively cuts keratin aminoacidic chain of corneocytes. It doesn’t affect the other dermal proteins, so it exerts the exfoliating action only on dermal protein, making this active principle well tolerated by cells below, void of keratin. It has bacteriostatic and lenitive actions, frees the enlarged pores from the sebaceous content, creating an unfavorable environment for bacterial growth and thus reducing the possibility of formation of acne lesions.

Tartaric acid

It is a dicarboxylic acid and a powerful antioxidant molecule, famous for its lightening and exfoliating properties. It is used for the keratolytic action, it reduce corneocytes adesion. It is effective to treat dry, inelastic skin, acne and blackheads


Citric acid

It is a tricarboxylic acid, with chelating properties for bivalent ions like Ca2+; this is a reason why the acid has antioxidant action. The hydroxyl group in alpha position of carboxylic group gives exfoliating and keratolytic properties. It also has regenerating and astringent effects for enlarged pores. The keratolitic action is carried out with high efficacy by Salicylic, Tartaric and Citric that, thanks to their molecular structure, selectively break the amino acid chain that acts as a junction between the corneocytes. They have no effect on other dermal proteins, so the exfoliating action only affects the corneal cells.


This favours the penetration of the pool of active princpiples:

Amino acids:


Glycine is the most abundant amino acid in collagen (35%). It has moisturising, antioxidant and regenerating properties.


Basic amino acid in collagen synthesis and support. It has elasticising properties so it is indicated for inelastic and aged skin.



Hydroxyproline is widely present in collagen. It increases and support ceramides synthesis, activating keratinocytes proliferation and fibroblasts’ collagen production.


Arginine is a basic amino acid with moisturising and trophic functions for the skin. It is involved in blood flow regulation processes. It helps regulating biochemical processes like protein and macromolecule synthesis as collagen, elastin and keratin. Indicated for inelastic skin. It is a biochemical modulator of trichloroacetic acid and the fundamental substrate for NO production. It promotes angiogenesis, cutaneous riepithelialisation and tissue growth factors production.


Vitamin C

Essential co factor in collagen synthesis. It is the main cellular antioxidant molecule. It protects from ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) and regenerate other antioxidant molecules.

Vitamin B2

Riboflavin, also known as Vitamin B2, is an hydrophilic vitamin, necessary for normal skin tropism. It is FAD and FMN precursor, so it is involved in huge number of metabolic reaction, as the activation of other vitamins. It helps removing ROS due to cutaneous oxidative stress and it can accelerate cell growth and regeneration. The deficiency generates a functional alteration of the skin with a fine-grained and greasy skin.

Lifting agent: GABA (aminobutyric acid)

Gamma-aminobutyric acid is a non essential amino acid and the chief inhibitory neurotransmitter in the mammalian central nervous system. It promotes collagen synthesis thanks to inhibition of cutaneous Metalloproteinases (MMPs), cutaneous proteins degradation enzymes. The GABA effect is cutaneous tissue distension thanks to nerve relaxation and consequent relaxation of the muscles responsible of wrinkling. The result is an effective anti-wrinkle action.


What peel is right for me?

There are different grades of peel: superficial, medium and deep. This refers to the strength of the acid used in the peel and how deep it will penetrate through the layers of skin. Deeper peels require a longer recovery time. 

We offer both superficial and medium medical grade peels. 

Glow, Refresh and Pure Peels are available in both superficial and medium grade. 

BioRePeel is a medium grade chemical peel.

How will I know which Peel to choose from the menu?

Don't worry, all our peels take the same length of time. Regardless of which type of peel you have booked in for, we will look at your skin type and condition on the day and decide which peel will be right for you and your skin needs.

How many Peels will I need?

We recommend a course of 3 peels to begin with at 2-4 week intervals for greater results. More may be required for superficial peels or for advanced skin concerns. 

How does a Peel feel?

Depending on the strength of the peel it is normal to feel a tingling, warm, itchy sensation while the peel is on the skin. 

How long is the Peel on the skin for?

The peel will be on the skin for 3-7 minutes.

How should I prepare my skin for a Chemical Peel?

Stop the use of any products containing retinol and exfoliants. Continue to use a good quality cleanser, toner, moisturiser/serum and high spf.

Can everyone have a Chemical Peel?

Chemical Peels are NOT suitable for anyone who:

Is pregnant or breast feeding

Has taken Roaccutane within the last 12 months

Has been treated with radiotherapy/chemotherapy in the last 12 months

Has any open wounds, inflamed rashes, cold sores on the skin

Has a history of keloid scarring 

Has an allergy to any components in the Peel

Has sunburn/ recent sun exposure

Is about to go on holiday where sun exposure is likely

Has atopic eczema, dermatitis or inflammatory rosacea in the area to be treated

What is the aftercare?

  • The skin may peel or flake but refrain from touching, picking or pulling at any loose skin as this may compromise results.

  • The skin can be cleansed with a gentle cleanser with warm / tepid water but the use of soap should be avoided until the skin normalises.

  • Do not scrub. Pat to dry only.

  • Avoid the use of benzoyl peroxide or glycolic acid facial skin products during the healing process.

  • Avoid facial products containing fragrance for 5-7 days after treatment as these may irritate the skin.

  • Avoid the use of exfoliants, further peeling agents, retinoids, retinols and vitamin A products for 5-7days after treatment.

  • Refrain from saunas, sunbed, steam baths and hot showers for 24 hours.

  • Avoid high impact aerobic exercise or vigorous physical activity for 24 hours after treatment.

  • Avoid intensive sun exposure, tanning booths or extreme weather conditions for 2 weeks.

  • Use daily sunscreen protection with a minimum of 30 SPF for at least 2 weeks after treatment.

  • Avoid electrolysis, depilatory creams, waxing and laser hair removal for a minimum of 7 days after treatment.

  • Avoid strong chlorinated water (swimming or cleaning) for approximately 14 days.

  • Use of an intensive moisturiser is advised for at least a week as skin may feel drier or tighter after treatment.

  • Mineral make-up can be applied once skin has settled.

  • Any concerns should be reported to your practitioner as soon as possible

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