Skin Peels


There are many reasons that a medical-grade skin peel would benefit your skin concern. Our skin specialist will talk to you and discuss whether a skin peel would benefit you.


Benefits Of Skin Peels

How Does A Skin Peel Work?

You skin has layers of dead cells on the surface. What a skin peel does is remove those layers of dead cells. When these dead cells are removed it stimulates cellular turnover which allow for renewal and growth of new cells. The result is rejuvenated and younger looking skin.

At Māyura, we activate this renewal process by administering active ingredients including encapsulated Vitamin C, L-Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin A, and administering vital nutrients within the skin layers that count.

In order to boost hydration factors it is necessary to stimulate collagen which is what a chemical peel does. A peel will also make your skin more receptive to other non-surgical options and our medical-grade skin products.

What Will The Results Look Like?

As skin peels remove dead cells, you can expect your skin to feel refreshed, the texture to have improved and your skin to look smooth and feel fresh. Skin peels can aid in a number of skin concerns along with sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, oily skin, sensitive skin, hypersensitive skin, acne prone skin and rosacea.


Meet the Experts

Dr Rohit Kumar

Dr Rohit Kumar is an Australian trained and fully certified cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgeon.

Dr Kumar completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree in 1995 at the University of Queensland. He subsequently went on to successfully complete a Masters Degree in the field of Burns Surgery in 2004 – MMedSci (Burns)

His advanced surgical training commenced in the specialty of General Surgery in which he trained for four years. This gave him a solid foundation of technical knowledge and surgical perspective upon which he then built his considerable skills, once he commenced his advanced training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The Australasian training scheme in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is one of the most thorough and rigorous in the world and upon successful completion of this training, over a period of ten years, Dr Kumar was awarded his Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – FRACS (Plas).

He thus brings over 15 years of surgical experience to his practice having been involved in over ten thousand procedures in that time.

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Skin Peel Recovery

How Long Will The Recovery Take?

Recovery will depend on the type of peel that you choose. At Māyura, there are a number of chemical peels that you can choose from. They are characterised by the depth of the treatment. If you have a superficial peel, the recovery will be quick and require little downtime as the peel will only penetrate the skin’s upper epidermis. A number of sessions may be required with excellent results.

For peels that go deeper into your skin, you can expect a more potent long lasting result. These medium and deep peels do require a little more time to recover, however, these are the best peels and achieve an outstanding result.

How Do I Begin?

At Māyura Medispa, before we begin any type of treatment on our patients, we will need to organise a consultation for you with our dermal therapist. Our dermal therapist will assess your skin and discuss with you the treatment that you are interested in. Any other treatments that will ensure the best overall results will also be discussed with you prior to proceeding with your tailored procedure.