First of all, glycolic acid is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid derived from sugar cane.

With a very small molecule size, it is able to penetrate through to the upper layers of the epidermis.

40% Glycolic Acid peel with a sensible pH is gentle enough not to induce unwanted peeling and irritation but powerful enough to deliver superb results. Therefore, maintaining a healthy, intact Stratum Corneum is essential.

Above all, “burning” does not necessarily lead to positive results.

What do skin peels treat?

  • Acne
  • Pigmentation
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Anti-aging
  • Dry Skin
  • Oily Skin
  • Open Pores
  • Blackheads

Entry level requirement for Skin Peel Training

Level 3 in beauty therapy, semi-permanent make up artist, nurse, dentist, doctor, pharmacist.

If your qualification does not appear, please do contact us, but your qual does need to be within the health and beauty sector.

Course Agenda

  • Revision of Skin A&P
  • Skin Health
  • History of skin peeling
  • Science behind skin peeling
  • Treatable skin conditions & types
  • Products and ingredients used during treatment
  • Contraindications
  • Aftercare

  • Hands-on practice Q & A
  • Marketing Advice
  • Course information
  • This is an intense 3-hour course.
  • All groups are kept small and 2 trainers are always on hand.
  • No pre-course materials are necessary.
  • Also, we encourage you to have a treatment on the day, at no extra cost.

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