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ZO Red Carpet Peel

This mild peel exfoliates dead skin cells to reverse the effects of aging, sun damage and environmental stresses. The result is a quick glow without any peeling or downtime.

We typically recommend the use of products from the ZO Skin Health range to compliment and maximise the effectiveness of this treatment. The whole ZO Skin Health range are available to purchase at Alpha Clinic following consultation with one of our practitioners.


Fine lines and wrinkles, dull complexion, dry skin, poor texture, blemishes, mild to moderate photoaging.


Skin will be thoroughly cleansed. Your practitioner may remove any noticeable milia and blackheads. The peel solution will be applied for a short time then removed. A second layer will be applied depending on skin tolerance. Skin will be cleansed again and products applied according to skin type. SPF50 will be applied lastly.


Most frequent questions and answers

There is is no downtime, peeling or redness after this treatment, just glowing, healthy skin. It miraculously smooths away fine to moderate lines, calms acne, improves age spots and stimulates collagen production.

Celebrities often use the “Red Carpet Peel” to help them look their best before a high profile event. We recommend having the facial 3 days prior to an event to ensure your skin is glowing on the day.

Gives instant smooth and glowing skin.
Make up glides on easily and sits perfectly after a treatment.
Fine lines can be minimised.
Cell turnover is stimulated giving you a healthy glow.
Accelerates exfoliation clearing dry patches.
Perfect before a big event to soften and rejuvenate the skin.

It contains 10% Salicylic Acid, 10% Lactic Acid and 10% Citric Acid. These active ingredients are known as AHA or Alpha Hydroxy acids and they dissolve dead skin cells and give a great exfoliation to the upper layers of the skin.

We recommend a course of 3-6 Red Carpet treatments over the year, 1-2 weeks apart for the first 3 or as recommended by your practitioner.

Pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Anyone with active cold sores.
Anyone with Herpes simplex or warts in the area to be treated.
Anyone with sunburn or excessively sensitive skin in the area to be treated.
Anyone with dermatitis or inflammatory Rosacea within the peel area.
Anyone who has used Roaccutane within 6-12 months.
Anyone with a history of radiation therapy in the application area.
Anyone allergic to salicylates.