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Facial Peel Series

Providing Everything You Need
 
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During your treatment we use a chemical solution to remove layers of skin, revealing more youthful skin underneath. Chemical peels can reduce or improve fine lines, wrinkles, acne, scars, uneven skin tone and other skin imperfections. Ideal for those wanting to take their skin treatments to the next level.

01

Universal AHA  $90

Who is it for?
Everyone. Clients who are new to peels, those looking for glow maintenance after finishing a course of the solution peels,
dull tired skin.


What does it do?
Brightens, soothes, decongests and
revitalises the skin

 

What to expect?
Tingling, minimal flaking

04

Even Peel  $95

Who is it for?
Pigmentation, age spots, post-
inflammatory, 
hyper-pigmentation

 

What does it do?
Helps to minimise melanin production,
fades pigmentation, minimise the
formation of further pigmentation

 

What to expect?
Stinging, light to medium peeling

02

Sensitive Peel  $90

Who is it for?
Sensitive, redness-prone skin types looking for surface renewal and decongestion
 

What does it do?

Retextures, decongests the skin and adds glow 

 

What to expect?
Mild tingling, no visible flaking or peeling

05

Clarity Peel  $95

Who is it for?
Blemish Prone, congested skin, enlarged pores

 

What does it do?
Unblocks pores, minimises formation of blemishes, helps to normalise skin cell turnover, promotes a clear complexion

 

What to expect?
Stinging, spot coagulation, medium Peeling

03

Rewind Peel  $95

Who is it for?
Aged skin, sun damage, fine line wrinkles
 

What does it do?
Help to smooth texture, minimise fine lines
and wrinkles, plump the skin surface

 

What to expect?
Stinging, light to medium peeling

FAQ's

Common Questions

Can anyone book a peel?

All skin should be properly assessed and prepped prior to your first Peel appointment. If this is your first treatment with us or first peel we recommend Universal AHA or Sensitive Peel.

Are there any contra-indications?

Sunburnt skin, open cuts in the area, immunosuppressent, active bacterial, viral or fungal infection, pregnancy, Roaccutane, allergy to Asprin, active coldsore.

Can I have a peel if Pregnant or Breast feeding?

Due to no research on the effects peels can have whilst pregnant or breastfeeding it is not allowed

Can I have a peel if I'm taking Roaccutane?

You can not have a peel if you have taken Roaccutane in the last 6-12 months. 

Our Peels

"Amazing facial with Danika in preparation for my daughters wedding. The products used for my facial made my skin feel so lovely and bright! Danika's attention to detail was second to none, even my daughter commented on how good my skin looked. Have rebooked and can't wait to visit the gorgeous Basement again. Thanks Danika!"

Jane Maree

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After Care

YOUR DO'S AND DONT'S POST TREATMENT

DO:

-Treat skin gently 

-Allow skin to peel naturally, do not pick

-Limit time outdoors (to minimise sun)

-SPF must be worn daily!

-Continue with Beauty Basement Co recommended home-care routine

-Avoid heat, swimming and exercise for 24hrs post peel

DON'T:

-Avoid exposure to sun whilst healing

-Do not use AHA's,BHA's or exfoliants for 1 week post peel (Press & glow, Blemish control pads, Pore minimising tonic, Glycolic activator & Sleep glycolic)

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