Chemical Peel Course 

Flawless Luxe Beauty, Aesthetics & Hair Loss Training Academy 

Chemical Peels Course


1 Day Duration

Course Price £495

Refreshments Provided

Introduction to chemical peels

Clarity is one of the most important aspects of beautiful, glowing skin. The daily grind depletes our skin of its vital quality. That’s where Peels come in. Peels can lighten dull and lifeless skin; clear the complexion of pigmented spots and blemishes.

They are ideal for maintaining;

-healthy skin

-tackling early signs of sun damage

-age spots

-dilated pores

-unbalanced texture

-dryness and fine lines for reduction of wrinkles

-dull complexion

-stimulation of the epidermal

-oil regulation

-spot treatment

-overall smoother effect for softer skin.

History of chemical peels 

Skin resurfacing for beauty has been in use for thousands of years.  In prehistoric times, women would use rocks and shells to abrade the surface of their skin.  In Babylonia and India, women used pumice stones to exfoliate the top layers of the skin.  In the Middle Ages, the first chemical peels were performed; women would soak cloths in lime, mustard, or sulfur to rejuvenate the appearance of the skin.  Gypsies were reportedly the first group to use phenol for deep chemical peels and they are known to have passed secret chemical peel recipes between villages and generations.  The Turkish would intentionally singe their skin with fire to achieve exfoliation of the skin.  The Egyptians are also well known for their fascination with beauty regimes.  Early papyruses document the use of acids and balms for chemical peeling.  The Greeks and Romans used soured milk, fermented grape juice, and lemon extract to clarify their skin. In 1874, a dermatologist in Vienna called Ferdinand von Hebra used peeling techniques to treat pigmentation conditions such as melasma, freckles and Addison's disease.


Why will introducing chemical peels to my clients benefit me?

Chemical peels are becoming increasingly sought after due a number of factors:

-Multiple benefits for the skin

-Great add-on to other treatments 

-Varied level of intensities to suit the clients requirements / skin sensitivity

by introducing them to your clients you are allowing yourself to become a real skin expert and add an aesthetic treatment to your current treatment list generating you more revenue.



What I will learn on the course 

-How chemical peels work

-Health & safety 

-In-depth Anatomy and physiology 

-Treatment areas

-Client suitability 

-Equipment use

-Stock list


-Consent forms

-Pricing structures

-Treatment plan


What practical skills will I gain

-Client consultation

-Managing client expectations

-Treatment techniques 

-Skin type analysis 

Chemical Peels can also be combined with any of the following courses at a discounted rate below

-Dermaplaning £695

-Microdermabrasion £750

-Non-surgical face lift £955

-Live Models

-On going support

-Access to our private facebook support group