ZO Skin Peeling

A “red carpet” peel with no downtime

If you’re looking for a fast, painless and effective way to give your skin new life the the ZO Ossential Stimulator peel is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Popular with celebrities, Dr. Zein Obagi of LA has developed a revolutionary chemical peel with absolutely no downtime – you can even do it in your lunch hour!

ZO Ossential Stimulator Peel is great for:

  • Improved skin health
  • Anti-oxidant protection
  • Stimulated production of collagen
  • Improvement of skin barrier protection
  • Improvement in the skin’s ability to repair and renew itself
  • Deep exfoliation

Utilising a blend of exfoliates, retinol and multi-action agents, the ZO Ossential Stimulator Peel significantly improves skin health and treat many signs of ageing. The peel is gentle on the skin but strong enough to make a visible difference, brightening and refreshing the face for a youthful, dewy look.This peel contains 3 different acids to exfoliate your skin and promote cell turnover; with 10% Salicylic Acid, 10% Lactic Acid and 10% Citric Acid. These are known as AHA or Alpha Hydroxy acids – they dissolve dead skin cells and give a great exfoliation to the upper layers of the skin.

Who It’s For

The ZO Essential Stimulator Peel is gentle enough to be suitable for all skins types. Perfect for those looking to make a subtle transformation to the appearance of their skin quickly and painlessly.

The Results

✓ Softens and rejuvenates sun damaged skin
✓ Improved appearance of age spots or freckles
✓ Reduced appearance of hyperpigmentation
✓ Softens fine lines and wrinkles

How Long

The procedure typically takes 30 minutes. Just one peel will see results, but maximum benefits can be achieved with a series of three to four peels carried out at two-week intervals.

Give your health the kickstart it needs.

Get in touch today to arrange a consultation and get a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

Doctors reserve the right to decline treatment or stop if the patients are found not suitable for treatment.