Any day is a good day for an OPTIPHI® Chemical Peel

Get younger, more beautiful-looking skin during your lunch break!

Woman is having cosmetic treatment at beauty salon.

With OPTIPHI®’s chemical peels, there is no downtime and no need to keep a low profile. The only people who will know you had a peel are will be yourself and your therapist, especially as you see the continuous subtle improvements.

 Duration:

All you need is ±30-45 minutes for the Chemical Peeling Treatment,-be back in the office by the end of your lunch break.

How will my skin look afterwards?

After the optiphi® treatment, your skin will feel and look refined and refreshed – no downtime required!

How long before I see results?

Your skin will immediately start looking better, but it might not be as obvious to you as to the trained eye of your therapist. Since it works from the inside out, you’ll start to see positive effects in a few days.

What are the benefits of a peel?

Post-peel, your skin will look and feel more beautiful because the OPTIPHI® Peel:

  • Evens out skin tone
  • Helps to reverse sun damage
  • Aids in the management of acne
  • Smooths fine lines and wrinkles
  • Assists with the Treatment of age spots
  • Boosts collagen production

How do I take care of my skin after my peel?

Try the OPTIPHI ® Post-Peel Pack to boost the results of your Chemical Peel and leave your skin looking and feeling amazing. It includes:

  • Ageless Activegel
  • Dermintense Activegel
  • Moisture Control Light
  • Facial Cleanser

 Book your OPTIPHI ® Chemical Peel today!

Find your closest OPTIPHI® stockist and make a booking. You’ll never look back!

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