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In Person Chemical Peel Course

  • Chemical Peel Course


    What are chemical peels?


    A chemical peel is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers. The skin that grows back is smoother. With a light or medium peel, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to get the desired results.


    Course content


    * Health and safety

    * Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons

    * Sterilisation and disinfection

    * Appearance of the therapist

    * Ergonomics

    * Handwashing

    * What are chemical peels

    * Skin ageing

    * Free radicals

    * Fitzpatrick skin types

    * Glycolic Acid

    * Lactic Acid

    * Tartaric Peel

    * Malic Acid

    * Phytic Peel

    * Mandelic Peel

    * Enzyme Peels

    * Salicylic Peel

    * PHA Peel

    * Alan Peel

    * TCA Peels

    * Jessner Peel

    * Contra-actions

    * Contra-indications

    * Treatment protocols


    Kbh Training kit


    * Seanergy peel 1x

    * Aftercare cream 2x



    How does the course work?


    The course is divided into 2 parts, the first part is theoretical which you have to complete before you come for your practical training, and the second one is a practical assignment. The practical assignment is done on the day which will be agreed upon course purchase. You will spend around 2-3 hours practising on a model in our venue in London E106RA.


    Will I require a model?


    Yes, usually 1 model is required


    Do I Need Experience Before Booking a Course?


    We’re pleased to offer courses to people with lots of different experiences. However, previous experience nor qualifications are not necessary if you would like to enrol on our Course.




    You will receive an end of course certificate which is accredited by the cpd group and allows you to work on public




    By paying for the course you agree to our Terms and Conditions

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