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The Perfect Peel

09 July 2014

The Perfect Peel is a five acid, blended peel with glutathione, vitamins and minerals. It's a revolutionary peel that can transform skin in to look younger, healthier and clearer in just one week. The Perfect Peel can be used on all skin types and requires no pre-peel skin preparation. What's more, it takes less than 15 minutes and is virtually pain free.

Kelly from Renew@Spire now offers this procedure at the Spire Regency Hospital. The procedure is performed onsite, and always by medically trained professionals. 

The Perfect Peel is based on a key anti-ageing ingredient never before used in a peel: Glutathione.

Glutathione is the ultimate antioxidant, penetrating deep in to the cellular level of the skin to fight oxidant damage and is the anti-ageing answer to premature wrinkling. Our bodies naturally produce glutathione but as we age, our levels deplete due to sun exposure, air pollutants, environmental stress and the ageing process itself. Glutathione is also proven to reverse melanin's metabolism, lightening dark pigmentations.

  • It will improve the overall tone and texture of your skin
  • Lighten and brighten your skin
  • Remove or reduce sun damage and age spots
  • Reduce pore size and soften fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduce or eliminate hyperpigmentation and acne scars
  • Improve acne skin conditions and melasma
  • Stimulate the production of collagen resulting in firmer skin
  • Slow down the ageing process and prevent wrinkles

To book a free consultation for one of these peels, please call Customer Services on 01625 505412/505406 or e-mail cservice-re@spirehealthcare.com

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