Skin Peels


Skin Peel Treatments at Hair Ministry Group Beauty Salons in Ipswich

The range of Skin Peels at Hair Ministry Group salons in Ipswich are results-driven and have been designed specifically with your skin in mind.

Performed by our highly-trained skincare professionals, a Skin Peel treatment at Hair Ministry Group will help resurface the uppermost layer of the skin to reveal new, healthy skin underneath, targeting various skin concerns including fine lines and wrinkles, blemishes, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone.

Prior to any peel, we recommend a consultation with our skin expert so we can explain how you should prepare your skin in readiness for your treatment. 

The Benefits of Skin Peels

Skin peels remove epidermal layers of the skin to resurface and regenerate. Benefits include;

  • Skin Regeneration: Stimulates the fibroblast cells to produce collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin providing anti-ageing benefits
  • Reduces Pigmentation: Breaks down melanin causing skin to lighten 
  • Improves Congested Skin: Deep cleanse and clarify by removal of pore congestion
  • Skin Revitalisation: Stimulates blood flow increasing oxygen and nutrients to the skin

Treatment price

£55.00 per peel

Course of 3 £150 | Course of 6 £300

Salon Available

Foxhall Road | 01473 716654

Treatment Info

minimum age 18 | consultation required 

G L O W  P E E L 

Suitable for hyperpigmentation, rough texture, fine lines/ wrinkles, dull sallow skin - includes glycolic mandelic & kojic acid. Not suitable for anyone with nut allergies.

P U R E   P E E L 

Suitable for all skin types including acne/rosacea and sensitive skin. Anti-inflammatory & anti-ageing, Reduces blackheads, fine lines/wrinkles. Including glycolic, salicylic and lactic acid for hydration

R E F R E S H  P E E L

Suitable for anti-ageing, sun damage & fine lines/wrinkles and includes glycolic acid.


The skin peel procedure is typically used to improve the clinical appearance of the skin. A chemical solution is applied to remove the upper layer of the epidermis to encourage the regeneration and rejuvenation of new skin cells.

After the skin peel, the skin may experience:

•     Redness and flushing (any redness should decrease over the following 1-8 hours)

•     Dryness, tightening

•     Tingling, itching

•     Tenderness

•     Stinging

•     Light peeling

These temporary skin responses will typically subside within hours and many people are able to return to their normal activities the same or next day. Some people may react differently and may experience these reactions for longer. However, these reactions are temporary and usually resolve within 3-7 days as the skin returns to normal.

Although rare, there is a small risk of side effects including swelling, blistering and crusting or for a mild acne breakout. In severe cases infection and ulceration may result, although this is not expected to occur due to the sterility of the procedure and the minimally invasive nature of the peel.

There is a small risk that skin discolouration (hyperpigmentation) of the skin can occur after the procedure, although this is not normally expected due to the superficial type of peel used. Failure to follow the advice detailed below can increase this risk.

Post treatment advice:

•     The skin may peel or flake but refrain from touching, picking or pulling at any loose skin as this may compromise results.

•     The skin can be cleansed with a gentle cleanser with warm / tepid water but the use of soap should be avoided until the skin normalises. Do not scrub. Pat to dry only.

•     Avoid the use of benzoyl peroxide or glycolic acid facial skin products during the healing process.

•     Avoid facial products containing fragrance for 5-7 days after treatment as these may irritate the skin.

•     Avoid the use of exfoliants, further peeling agents, retinoids, retinols and vitamin A products for 5-7 days after treatment.

•     Refrain from saunas, sunbed, steam baths and hot showers for 24 hours.

•     Avoid high impact aerobic exercise or vigorous physical activity for 24 hours after treatment. Avoid intensive sun exposure, tanning booths or extreme weather conditions for 2 weeks.

•     Use daily sunscreen protection with a minimum of 30 SPF for at least 2 weeks after treatment.

•     Avoid electrolysis, depilatory creams, waxing and laser hair removal for a minimum of 7 days after treatment.

•     Avoid strong chlorinated water (swimming or cleaning) for approximately 14 days.

•     Use of an intensive moisturiser is advised for at least a week as skin may feel drier or tighter after treatment.

•     Mineral make-up can be applied once skin has settled.

•     Any concerns should be reported to your practitioner as soon as possible.