Salicylic 10% has a powerful anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect. It enables breakdown of the intercellular cement, encouraging superficial skin restructuring without producing inflammatory infiltration. Also easily penetrates the pilosebaceous ducts, controlling sebaceous secretion.
Suitable for all skin types, particularly dry skins, oily, acne prone and comedogenic and/or seborrhoeic skins. Can be used as a prep peel.
This peel is an all rounder in treating a variety of skin concerns such as ageing, mild to moderate photoaging, expression lines and superficial wrinkles, loss of firmness, open pores, dull lacklustre skin and uneven skin tone. Also suitable for acne-prone skins associated with menapause or hormonal origin.
Mesopeel Melanostop is ideal in the treatment of superficial and epidermal pigmented lesions, solar lentigos, dull skins and uneven skin tones to the face and body.
Acne Peel System achieves efficient, fast, convenient multifactorial control of acne-prone skin. A cross-cutting approach to address the distinct factors that trigger the disease, combining an intensive clinical treatment for professional use with a home care treatment comping a range of products.
Please note that Mesosthetic treatments require two week prior preparation with selected Mesosthetic products or a superficial peel to prep the skin.
Treatment is subject to an in-depth consultation, assessing your skin to determine the right treatment for your skin concerns.
Alchemist offers a free, no obligation consultation to ensure that all of your questions are answered and results explained. A complimentary review will give us the opportunity to assess and fine tune your results if necessary to ensure a 5 star service.
All new clients must have a consultation to discuss possible treatment and assess suitability.
We cannot treat those who are pregnant, breast feeding or under the age of 18.
We ask for a £25 treatment booking fee to confirm your appointment, this will be deducted from your treatment cost and kept only in the event of a ‘no show’