Why consider a Lactobotanical Peel?

  • Rejuvenates skin
  • Hydrates skin
  • Mild exfoliation
  • Improves the appearance of pigmentation
  • Reduces acne and congestion
  • Little to no downtime
  • 30 minutes

  • $129.00

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Lactobotanical Peel

What is a Lactobotanical Peel?

A Lactobotanical Peel is a popular anti-ageing skin treatment that improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, skin texture and assists with sun damage, scarring and pigmentation.

Unlike other chemical peels, the Lactobotanical Peel requires little downtime, with most patients having no visible peeling or flaking. It is the perfect lunchtime treatment.

How does it work?

The Lactobotanical Peel will gently exfoliate and remove dead skin cells stimulating the regeneration of new skin. It leaves the complexion looking smoother, clearer and more hydrated, giving that dewy glow.

Enhance your results:

Elevate your experience with the AHA Peel by combining a Diamond Polar Skin Tightening treatment or a laser facial to improve your facial treatment for the best skin rejuvenation.

Similar treatments to a LactoBotanical Peel:

Several treatments are similar to LactoBotanical Peels and AHA Peels in terms of their ability to improve the appearance of the skin; however, AHA Peels are less aggressive and drying for the perfect pick-me-up treatment. Here are a few examples of other peels we offer:

1. BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acid) Peels: BHA peels use salicylic acid, a type of hydroxy acid, to deeply cleanse and exfoliate the skin. They are particularly effective for treating congested skin, unclogging pores, and reducing oiliness.

2. Enzyme Peels: Enzyme peels utilise natural fruit enzymes like papaya and pineapple to exfoliate the skin gently. They are milder than AHA peels and are suitable for sensitive skin. Enzyme peels can improve skin texture, brighten the complexion, and promote a youthful appearance.

3. Jessners Peel: The Jessners peel is a medium-depth chemical peel. It can effectively treat congested skin, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone. Jessners peel provides a more intense exfoliation than AHA peels or LactoBotanical Peels.

4. TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) Peels: TCA peels are medium to deep chemical peels that provide more significant exfoliation and skin rejuvenation. They can address sun damage, fine lines, and wrinkles. TCA peels require a more extended recovery period compared to AHA peels. TCA peels can only be performed by a Doctor.

5. Lactic Acid Peels: Lactic acid peels derived from milk are milder than AHA peels and offer gentle exfoliation. They suit sensitive skin types and can improve skin hydration, texture, and overall radiance.

It’s essential to consult with a Lactobotanical Peel specialist to determine which treatment is best suited for your specific skin type and concerns. They can assess your skin condition and recommend the most appropriate option.