Skin resurfacing
3 May, 2019
3 May, 2019


Our comprehensive chemical peel training day provides you with the essential knowledge and skills to immediately integrate these new techniques into your practice. A chemical peel is a technique used to improve the condition and the texture of the skin by removing the outer epidermal layers to rejuvenate and refresh the complexion.

This is a safe, medical strength chemical peel with no downtime that has become a rapidly growing trend outlining a shift in the role of chemical peels in facial rejuvenation. Prospective clients are tempted into the arena of medical aesthetics with less invasive treatments, opting for chemical peels and advanced cosmeceuticals as an introduction to non-surgical treatments. There are many different skin peels available containing different combinations and quantities of acids.

Peels range in severity from superficial, which work on the uppermost layers of the skin and give the skin a radiant glow, to deep peels, which penetrate down into the dermis and can cause layers of skin to peel away.  Chemical peels are a fantastic addition to any aesthetic or skin clinic as they treat a variety of skin conditions such as fine lines wrinkles, pigmentation, sun damage, scarring, and acne.

At A&A International Aesthetic Clinic you will learn how to diagnose skin conditions and treat clients with the correct peeling system to achieve the best result and will learn how to treat a variety of skin conditions with the use of different effective peels.


            Anatomy & Physiology of the skin

                                    Treatment of complications

                                    Improvement of skin tone, texture & colour

Introduction on the science of chemical peel

                                    Science behind chemical peel

                                    Product knowledge & implementing safe protocols

                                    Treatment plans, treatable skin conditions

                                    Precautions and side effects


Practical demonstration from the educator

            Practical session of delegates using their models

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