Dry Skin Peel

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Summary of
Dry Skin Peel

From £95


30-60 Minutes


None Required




Up to 6 Months

Result Duration

Expert Care For Dry Skin

Dry skin is often caused by poor skin health and poor water retention resulting in dry and sensitive skin. The most superficial layer of your skin is dead and dry and often contains damaged cells. This layer of dead skin must be removed gently to prevent damage to the underlying healthy skin cells.

Chemical exfoliation, also known as Chemical peels, can help the natural exfoliation process; therefore, these dead, dry and even pigmented cells will flake away, exposing your healthy, glowing skin.



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Chemical Peels For Dry Skin

While chemical peels can be effective for all skin types, they can significantly benefit people with dry skin. This is because chemical peels can help to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of new skin cells. Additionally, it allows for better absorption of moisturizers and other products that can help keep the skin hydrated.

There are different chemical peels, and the best type for you depends on your skin problems’ severity. Mild chemical peels, such as glycolic acid peels, are often recommended for people with dry skin. These peels are less likely to irritate the skin than stronger peels.

Treatment Benefits

Find out how you can benefit from an Dry Skin Peel:

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Professional skin care solutions from a qualified doctor.

Step-by-step procedure


Prior To The Treatment

A compromised skin barrier can manifest in various forms, including dry skin. Dr Verma, a highly experienced medical professional, possesses a keen understanding of the signs associated with such conditions. During your medical consultation, Dr Verma will thoroughly assess your dry skin and identify the underlying factors contributing to this condition. By considering your unique circumstances, she will develop a realistic and tailored treatment approach encompassing lifestyle adjustments, nutritional recommendations, and appropriate treatments. Through this comprehensive approach, Dr Verma aims to optimise your skin health and address your concerns effectively. You can trust in her expertise and guidance to help you achieve the best possible outcomes for your skin.


During The Treatment

As part of your treatment journey, Dr Verma will prescribe a suitable medical-grade homecare regimen to enhance your skin health and prepare it for the proposed medical-grade clinical treatments. This regimen may include various therapies such as chemical peels, microneedling, phototherapy, and a combination of other treatments. Rest assured that Dr Natasha Verma, a skilled professional, will provide you with personalised guidance and instructions tailored to your specific treatment plan. Her expertise and knowledge will ensure that you receive the most appropriate and effective care for your skin. By following her bespoke recommendations, you can feel confident in achieving optimal results and improving your overall skin health.


What To Expect

As part of your chosen treatment approach, it is normal to experience mild sensations such as tingling, pressure, and/or tenderness. Additionally, you may notice dryness characterized by white, flakey skin cells and mild redness immediately following the treatment. However, these effects are temporary and typically resolve within seven days after the treatment. It's important to note that as you progress through the treatment course, you can expect to observe improvements in skin hydration, brightness, and plumpness. These positive changes will gradually become more apparent, contributing to an overall enhancement of your skin's health and appearance. Rest assured that the temporary side effects are part of the process, and the ultimate outcome will be well worth it.



To ensure the best possible outcome and minimise any potential side effects, it is highly recommended to refrain from touching the treated area and avoid applying makeup immediately after the procedure. Additionally, it is crucial to prioritise sun protection by regularly applying sunscreen, as the newly exposed skin can be particularly vulnerable to the harmful UV rays from the sun. By incorporating a consistent skincare regimen into your daily routine, you can optimise and maintain the desired results. Your commitment to these post-treatment guidelines will greatly contribute to the success of your aesthetic journey, promoting healthy and radiant skin.

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Pay With PLIM

We know that medical aesthetic treatments can be expensive for some. And because we do not want to exclude anyone, at Skin NV London, we offer a “Buy Now, Pay Later” option so you can get the treatments you want without having to pay for them all at once.

With PLIM, you can choose a payment plan that fits your budget.

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Meet Dr. NV

Dr Natasha Verma is an established aesthetic doctor with a specialist interest in skin and hair.

Her interest in Aesthetic Medicine and her passion for scientific research, artistry, and lifestyle medicine set the foundations of Skin NV.

While continuing virtual consultations for her clients across the globe, she also has different London clinic locations in Barnes, Sheen and Richmond for in-clinic consultations and treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I prepare for a chemical peel?

When preparing for a chemical peel, avoiding using certain products on your face before the procedure is important. These include retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), benzoyl peroxide, and other products that may irritate or sensitize your skin. Additionally, avoiding sun exposure before and after your peel would be best to prevent further damage or irritation.

What should I do after a chemical peel?

After receiving a chemical peel, it is important to follow post-care instructions carefully to ensure optimal results and minimize any side effects such as redness or irritation. This includes using moisturizers regularly as well as avoiding direct sun exposure until your new layer of skin has had time to develop fully. Additionally, it would be best to use sunscreen daily to protect your newly exposed layer from further damage from UV rays.

What chemical peel is suitable for dry skin?

The type of chemical peel you receive will depend on your individual needs and desired results. Lactic acid peels are often recommended for dry skin as they are gentler than others. Other options include glycolic acid peels, which penetrate deeper into the layers of the skin; however, these may be too harsh for those with sensitive or dry skin types.

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