Courthouse Clinics Explains Their Skin Peels Range

Courthouse Clinics Explains Their Skin Peels Range

Chemical Skin Peels

At Courthouse Clinics we offer a number of skin peels which all vary in strength. We offer a wide range so that we can treat a number of conditions:

Obagi® Blue Peel Radiance is a deep-layer chemical peel formulated with a combination of beta-hydroxy acids and alpha-hydroxy acids, such as glycolic, lactic and fruit acids, which work to treat your skin’s imperfections and encourage cell regeneration. Obagi® Blue Peel Radiance is ideal for sun damaged or ageing skin. It’s also an ideal treatment for acne scars or blemishes.

The PRIORI® CoffeeBerry Natureceutical skin peel is made from a potent combination of antioxidants including plant enzymes and natural sources of salicylic and malic acid. CoffeeBerry can naturally reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin tone. CoffeeBerry extract is an ideal choice for the eco-conscious consumer.

PRIORI® Advanced AHA skin peels are highly effective skin exfoliants which cause dead skin cells to peel and flake off – making room for healthy skin regrowth. AHAs also work to counteract signs of ageing beneath the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin production. We currently offer five different AHA skin peels, which can be customised to your skin care needs.

The PRIORI® Idebenone Superceutical skin peel contains Idebenone Complex, the most advanced anti-ageing skincare molecule available on the market. It facilitates an intense new level of skin rejuvenation. Frequently used by dermatologists, the PRIORI® Idebenone Superceutical skin peel system is ideal for treating sun damaged and prematurely aged skin, as well as hyperpigmentation.

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) chemical peels can be used to treat a variety of undesirable skin imperfections. We currently offer three different TCA chemical peels, which vary in depth and strength. TCA chemical peels can be customised to treat mild to severe skin conditions, as well as visible signs of ageing.

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