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SkinCeuticals Facial

Using a variety of potent and active ingredients we can create bespoke individual facials which can be tailored to your individual needs. 

At A Glance

SkinCeuticals Facials - Treatment & Appointment Expectations 


Laser & Skin Health Specialist



Consultation & Treatment

Procedure Time

30 to 60 Minutes



Treatment Recovery


Result Expectation

Results noticeable after 

1 treatment 


SkinCeuticals Facial Explained...

Luxury Bespoke Facial

Using potent and active ingredients to target dull, tired looking skin and restore luminosity. customised to treat the needs of the skin.

Hydrating Facial

Designed to strengthen skins natural barrier to prevent water loss. Targeting visible signs of dehydration helping to plump fine lines and even out texture, leaving the skin feeling and looking smooth, supple and bright.

Brightening Facial

Targeting signs of discolouration. pigmentation and uneven skin tone, aiming to provide a brighter and more even complexion.

Purifying Facial

Designed for oily/combination skin types, prone to blemishes, blocked pores, congestion and acne. This facial will detoxify skin, reducing blemishes, inflammation and improve the overall skin texture.

Soothing Facial

A calming facial targeting inflamed or sensitive skin. This facial will help to repair a compromised skin barrier leaving the skin feeling soothed and hydrated.

De-Stress Facial

This treatment includes stress reducing massage techniques and is designed to treat the physical symptoms of stressed skin including dehydration and irritation. Combined with dual-function exfoliation that helps to resurface and rehydrate skin simultaneously. This treatment will leave the skin looking rejuvenated, smooth and radiant.

Lip Treatment

Designed to be either a standalone treatment or an add on to SkinCeutical facial treatments. This treatment will improve the appearance of volume, fine lines and provide intense surface hydration which will leave lips feeling and looking plumped, smooth and hydrated.

SkinCeuticals Medical Peels Explained ...

Incredibly, Queen Cleopatra was one of the first advocates of chemical peels and used goats milk (Lactic Acid) to achieve softer skin. Since then chemical peels have become one of the top 10 most commonly performed aesthetic procedure in the world, thanks to their versatility and ability to enhance the results of skincare regimes, as well as tackling more significant skincare concerns such as balancing pigmentation, treating photodamage, acne scarring, wrinkles and dullness.

GEL PEEL GL 30mins

This is the ideal ‘entry-level’ peel in the SkinCeuticals professional treatment range – it includes 20% Glycolic Acid, 10% Lactic Acid and has a pH of 3.2. It is ideal as an initial peel for sensitive skin and helps to prepare the skin for extractions. In essence, if you haven’t had a professional chemical peel treatment before, Gel Peel GL is a lovely introduction.

The lactic acid ingredient has an exfoliating action in peels, but also a moisturising function, which makes this peel good for menopausal women, frequent travellers – anyone with drier skin, as it reveals newer epidermal layers and helps moisturise the skin.

Gel Peel GL can be used for any gender, any age group and any Fitzpatrick skin type and is used to treat problematic skin (with or without breakouts), photodamage and to improve skin elasticity and wrinkles.

For optimal results, Dr Gout recommends booking a course of 4-6 Gel Peel GL treatments, each spaced 10-14 days apart. In general, once the skin has returned to ‘normal’, it is possible to repeat the peel.

MICROPEEL 20%/30% 30mins

These peels contain a power house of ingredients with 20%/30% pure Glycolic Acid. Micropeel 20% has a pH of 1.6 and is designed to treat the early signs of ageing and even out skin tone bringing restored radiance. Micropeel 30% has a pH of 1.4 and treats the advanced signs of ageing, dullness, discolouration and rough texture.


This peel is at the other end of the SkinCeuticals professional treatment portfolio spectrum: deeper penetrating peel, which combines brightening and anti-inflammatory agents with a peeling solution to target hyperpigmentation, improve photodamaged skin and treat melasma and acne.

For concerns around pigmentation, the simple 'stretch test' can be used as an initial indicator of pigmentation depth - using the fingers to stretch a small area of skin. If the pigmentation goes lighter, the pigment is located at the epidermal skin layer, or if there is no change, the pigmentation is located more deeply in the dermal skin layer. This helps determine what level of peel is required to treat effectively.

Pigment Balancing Peel contains 40% Glycolic Acid, 10% Citric Acid, 27% Vitamin C and 4% Emblica and with a pH of 1.6 will penetrate the skin more deeply. Again, Dr Gout recommends booking a series of six treatments, spaced 10-14 days apart for maximal results.

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