Jet Peel Hydrodermabrasion

Jet Peel works by using a highly pressurized oxygen jet to accelerate sterilized water at a supersonic rate, with a handheld fine nozzle. It is sure to give you the best skin exfoliation and skin plumping you have ever had and most importantly it is chemical and crystal free.
The Jet Peel is an all-natural, virtually painless skin treatment procedure that dramatically improves the appearance and texture of your skin. It provides a discernible enhancement to the recipient from the very first Jet Peel treatment session. Hydro-Dermabrasion, which has now replaced Microdermabrasion, is the latest in non-chemical skin care techniques and is a treatment of choice for many celebrities.

Treatment Information:

You can either book a free initial consultation with a Jet Peel specialist or you can book straight in for treatment. There is no need for a patch test because the system only uses sterile water and no chemicals are involved.
Some issues can be solved with just 1 session and others require more. The number of treatments will be discussed during your consultation or first treatment appointment.
We are also distributors of this machine and you can visit our partner website for buyer information.

Jet Peel Hydrodermabrasion
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Jet Peel Hydrodermabrasion Can Help with the Following Issues

  • Acne

  • Dry and oily skin

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Clogged pores & blackheads

  • Acne scarring

  • Pigmentation

  • Uneven skin tone

  • Enlarged pores

  • Hair loss

  • Scaring

  • Melasma

  • Cellulite

Benefits of Jet Peel Hydrodermabrasion

  • Pain Free

  • Alternative to injectables

  • Tailored to your skin

  • Non invasive

  • Hydrates skin

  • Can be done anywhere on the body

  • Personalised vitamin infusion

  • Effective exfoliation

  • Immediate results

  • Convenient

  • Suitable for all skin types

  • No harsh chemicals used