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Top 20 Face Peel venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Face Peel from around Australia.

  1. Body Stimulants Beauty & Massage Centre

    116 King Street, Newtown 2042
    Rating:
    (5)
    Body Stimulants Beauty & Massage Centre offers a range of beauty services. Chill out with a fabulous Facial, IPL Hair Removal, Lash and Brow Treatments, or Wax.
  2. Ana Troccoli Aesthetics

    65 Mill Hill Road, Bondi Junction 2022
    Rating:
    (5)
    If you are seeking skin rejuvenation, eyelash extensions, waxing or simply a little pampering, Ana Troccoli Aesthetics in Bondi Junction is the place to go.
  3. Zoma Beauty & Makeover Lounge

    132 Acland Street, St Kilda 3182
    Rating:
    (5)
    Zoma Beauty & Makeover Lounge, are specialists in eyelash and eyebrows. Treatments include waxing, threading, eyelash extensions, cosmetic tattooing, and facials.
  4. Bare Body Beauty & Laser

    281 Bronte Road, Waverley 2024
    Rating:
    (18)
    Expert laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation and fat cavitation are the name of the game at Bare Body Beauty & Laser in Bondi Junction.
  5. Radiant Skin

    3 / 27 Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads 4220
    Rating:
    (19)
    Radiant Skin is 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Salon owner and esthetician, Stacey is passionate in skincare, offering facials, peels, spray tans and manicures.
  6. Elizabeth Skin Care

    1 442 Darling Street, Balmain 2041
    Rating:
    (7)
    For beautiful skin, visit Elizabeth Skin Care. Try their signature My Payot Experience facial. Remove unwanted hair with electrolysis or IPL laser or sugaring.
  7. The Queen Beauty and Massage

    Suite 806 level 8 365 Little Collins Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (28)
    Experience the ultimate relaxation with The Queen Beauty and Massage. Services include massage, eyelash extensions and facials to cater to all skin concerns.
  8. Splash Beauty

    40 Tweed Mall, Cnr Wharf & Bay Streets, Tweed Heads 2485
    Rating:
    (22)
    Splash Beauty offers convenience and fabulous treatments. Known for their fabulous facials, you can get microdermabrasion, waxing and eyelash extensions, too.
  9. Revive Beauty Clinic

    Shop 3/20 Howard Road, Padstow 2211
    Rating:
    (59)
    Revive Beauty Clinic offers the ultimate in luxurious beauty treatments; skin needling, ultrasound fat cavitation and pro whitening teeth treatments.
  10. Unique Eyebrows & Day Spa

    1 127 Military Road, Neutral Bay 2089
    Rating:
    (14)
    Unique Eyebrows & Day Spa, your personal beauty specialist. Feel totally amazing and choose from eyebrow and lash treatments, facials, hair styling and massage.
  11. Urban Edge Beauté

    74a Fitzroy St., Warwick CBD 4370
    Rating:
    (11)
    Urban Edge Beauté offers fifteen years of experience in its array of skin rejuvenation and beauty treatments. Head into their Warwick CBD location and get pampered today.
  12. Beauty Brow & Lash Bar

    6/5 King Street, Prahran 3181
    Rating:
    (135)
    Beauty Brow Lash Bar, one of Melbourne's best lash salons will have you looking your best. Our talented technicians deliver friendly, professional service.
  13. Endless Beauty

    4 / 116 Cockman Road, Greenwood 6024
    Rating:
    (70)
    Endless Beauty in Greenwood offers all you need to look and feel amazing. They use Naturaceuticals and Skin O2 products to offer the best treatment in skin.
  14. Beauty Blitz Skin & Body

    3/94 Wembley Road, Logan Central 4114
    Rating:
    (18)
    Beauty Blitz Skin & Body is a wonderful gem. Book in for an expert wax, heavenly facial, and eyelash extension, hot stone massage, or spa pedicure.
  15. First Class Beauty

    283 Auburn Road, Hawthorn 3122
    Rating:
    (19)
  16. Salon Oasis

    Shop 1/720 Main Road Edgeworth NSW 2285, Edgeworth 2285
    Rating:
    (99)
    Relax, indulge and rejuvenate with Salon Oasis in Edgeworth. Choose from an array of pampering treatments including full body massage, deluxe mani or facial.
  17. NV's Medispa

    78 Railway Street, Altona 3018
    Rating:
    (38)
    NV's Medispa is a delight to visit. Offering facials, peels, body treatments, manicures and pedicures, waxing, massage, tanning and waxing for men and women.
  18. Aperio Spa

    10 Main Street, Lilydale 3140
    Rating:
    (10)
    Aperio Spa offers a premium beauty salon experience in the heart of Lilydale. Prepare to be pampered at this tranquil oasis of calm.
  19. JH Beauty Lounge

    Shop 6 99-111 Military Road, Neutral Bay 2089
    Rating:
    (21)
    The Japanese-trained beauty therapists at JH Beauty Lounge are experts in beauty. They're skilled in IPL hair removal and photorejuvenation techniques.
  20. Foresta Spa & Laser Clinic on A'Beckett

    71-73 A'Beckett St, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (33)
    Foresta Spa & Laser Clinic is a Melbourne-based skincare clinic specialising in the latest aesthetic treatments, including non-surgical facelifts, facials, and lash extensions.
Average rating of venues offering Face Peel accross Australia
4.7 · based on 1108 reviews of 465 venues

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#Face Peel

Isn't it funny how one of the most gruesome sounding beauty treatments is also one of the most effective? We're talking about the Face Peel, one of the many beauty therapies that originated in ancient Egypt.

Whilst you may think the popular lactic acid face peels of today are new the gorgeous Cleopatra got there first. She regularly bathed in milk because the Egyptians discovered it contained a natural exfoliating agent - lactic acid.

Lactic Acid Face Peel

Of course, few of us have the time or the inclination to soak in a bath of milk all day so a trip to the beauty salon seems a much better idea. Lactic acid-based face peels offer many benefits including unclogging the pores, reducing the appearance of fine lines and blemishes and generally rejuvenating the skin.

The term 'face peel' can mean two things: it could be an exfoliating treatment with no side effects or a treatment which encourages the skin to shed and renew itself over a few days.

Most quality beauty salons offer chemical peels. This involves applying a solution that causes the skin to blister and peel off. The newly exposed skin will be much smoother and less lined. A chemical peel is particularly useful around the mouth and can reduce the effects of sun damage.

Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles

A chemical peel can also reduce the appearance of scars, age spots, freckles and melasma and can even treat some forms of acne.

If you do book in for a chemical peel be prepared to take extra precautions in the sun afterwards. The newly exposed skin will be far more prone to burning. You should also discuss the treatment with your doctor as it's not suitable for people on some medications.

During the treatment itself, you're likely to experience a burning or stinging sensation. It's a bit like sunburn. Cold compresses can be applied or you may be given pain medication during or after the session.

Salon Peels

Different depths of chemical peel are available depending on the condition being treated. Just remember that the deeper the peel, the longer it will take to heal. A deep peel will also require the area treated to be bandaged.

The chemical peel is probably the most extreme treatment. Most salons use Alpha hydroxy acids (from sugar cane), Malic acid (apple juice) and Cleopatra's favourite, Lactic acid. This type of face peel chemically exfoliates the skin, sloughing off dead skin cells and promoting new cell growth.

Some peels, such as Glycolic acid, are also believed to stimulate collagen production which helps fight the signs of ageing.

For acne sufferers, Salicylic acid is a great addition as it is both anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. It's very useful for treating sun damage, too.

Signature Face Peel

Lactic acid exfoliates and moisturises the skin and promotes the production of Hyaluronic acid. This stimulates the production of good oils which create a barrier on the skin's surface and locks in moisture.

Lactic acid is great if you have dry dull skin. Other ingredients may be added to it to boost its potency, including Vitamin A. It is quite common for salons to create their own signature face peel by infusing vitamins and antioxidants.

Laser Face Peel

Laser face peels are becoming very popular as a means of resurfacing the skin. This is particularly useful if you need to target specific areas as the laser is very precise. A laser face peel would be helpful to treat deeper wrinkles and lines and pigmentation. It does, however, require more downtime and is generally more expensive.

There are certainly plenty of options so your choice will come down to budget, time and what condition you are treating. The first step is to book a consultation through Bookwell and discuss the various treatments at a professional skin clinic.

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