More advanced than your classic facial or microdermabrasion treatment, resurfacers work by lightly dissolving the top layer of the skin using enzymes and acids that are derived from plant and fruit extracts.
Choose from a wide selection of resurfacers, targeting a range of skin concerns from acne to age management, leaving your skin looking and feeling great.
What is a Resurfacer?
A resurfacer uses natural acids and peptides, derived from plant and fruit extracts. These ingredients have deeply exfoliating properties to gently dissolve and remove the top layer of skin.
Removing the top layer of skin helps to eliminate the build-up of dead skin cells, leaving your skin feeling revitalized and radiant.
What is a Resurfacer good for?
Resurfacers work amazingly on many skin types, helping to control breakouts as well as smoothing fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful look.
Using more advanced ingredients, resurfacers are great for those wanting to fix concerns within the skin including:
- Acne – Enlarged pores, blackheads
- Age Management – Fine lines and wrinkles
- Pigmentation – Sun damage, age spots
Treatment Time, Price & Number of Treatments
We offer payment plans on courses of 6 treatments. Pay half on your first treatment, and the remaining half on your third treatment.
How does a Resurfacer work?
The acids and enzymes in a resurfacer act like little Pac-Men nibbling the dead cells on the surface of your skin. Penetrating the skin helping to stimulate, lift, plump and kill bacteria.
Preparing your skin
Prepping the skin before a Resurfacer is a crucial part of the treatment, this ensures safety and maximum results. Skin preparation should begin 2-4 weeks before a Resurfacer. Our preparation kit includes a Cleanser, Serum, Moisturiser and SPF30 Zink Oxide lasting 3-5 months.
Prep Kit - £79
What to expect after
After the resurfacing mask has been applied, your skin will feel warm. This heat will gradually increase for the first 4-6 minutes, before settling.
You may notice a slight redness after your treatment which can last up to 24 hours, however, typically skin returns back to normal after just 10 minutes. Depending on how much dead skin you have, you may experience some dry patches 2 to 3 days after your treatment, this will only last for 1 or 2 days before returning to normal.
Types of Resurfacers
Feed, correct and protect your skin with this advanced resurfacing treatment using pumpkin pulp, beta and alpha hydroxy acids. Subdues persistent acne conditions. Providing exceptional exfoliation.
The power of peptides will immediately plump lines and wrinkles, not only will you feel the difference you will see it as well. With instant results hydrating, brightening and smoothing the skin's texture.
Turn back the hands of time with this incredible rich plant stem cell treatment. Ideal for clients in need of relief from both external and internal ageing concerns. Awaken dull, tired skin.
Effectively lifts dark spots and evens skin tone. Relish in the brightening, rejuvenating and anti-inflammatory benefits of mango pulp and orange stem cells as well as hydrating Lactic Acids.
Salicylic Acid reduces excess oil. Best suited to exfoliate and decongest clients with sensitive skin. A brilliant treatment to reduces redness and irritation. Perfect for stubborn acne.
Rejuvenate sensitive skin while offering gentle exfoliation. Perfect for sensitized rosacea and irritated skin. Calms redness, soothes, reduces broken capillaries and lifts fine lines and wrinkles.
- What will happen after having a resurfacer?
Straight away you may notice redness in the skin typically lasting 30 minutes, but it can last up to 24 hours. You may experience some dry patches 2 to 3 days after having the treatment, depending on how much dead skin you have. This will only last for 1 or 2 days before your skin returns back to normal.
- Can I wear makeup after the treatment?
Yes, makeup can be applied after your treatment.
- Who can have the treatment?
- Why are Resurfacers and Chemical peels better than Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a physical exfoliation only working on the top layer of the skin, this exfoliating treatment will only help the texture of the skin. Whereas Resurfacers and Chemical Peels use acids and enzymes for a chemical exfoliation, this works on the top layer of skin whilst also penetrating deep into the skin. Resurfacers and Chemical peels are more advanced treatments which work for up to 2 weeks after having the treatment, giving you long-term effects.