Superficial Chemical Peel Training

Protocols covered

Poor texture and tone
Smokers Skin

Clinicare Peels

Peels are a cost effective, must have treatment for any successful clinic. We teach you the theory behind chemical peeling, how to consult and manage patient expectations.

Training is provided using Clinicare products, one of the safest systems on the market, all supplied by a reputable UK distributor. All peels are medical grade and CE marked.

With a choice of 3 peel types, all of which can be custom blended, the Clinicare

You will have access to purchase all the products used form 4T Medical upon completion of this course.

Entry requirements

This course is offered to aesthetic professionals who have achieved NVQ Level 2 in Beauty or equivalent.

The minimum age for entry to the course is 18 years.

As a delegate you will agree to promote a responsible attitude to health and safety and cooperate with others in maintaining a safe environment throughout their training.


The course is accredited by CPD and recognised by all major insurance companies. You will earn 4 CPD points for completing this Chemical Peel training course with Amanda

Amanda Middleton

Your Course

Your day will consist of an in depth theory session followed by a demonstration of the choosing and application of a chemical peel by Amanda on a live model. You will the be given the oportunity to carry out the treatment yourself under 1 to 1 supervision on up to 2 models.You will leave your training day being proficient in the choice, blending and application of Clinicare superficial chemical peels depending on clients skintype and concerns and be able to offer treatments straight away within your own clinic.

What Our Course Covers


  • Skin anatomy and physiology
  • Indications for use – including areas of treatments
  • Differences in peel solutions and appropriate selection to suit the client
  • Effectiveness of treatment – including strength and post treatment skincare
  • Handling adverse reactions
  • Appropriate combining of further treatment options

Carrying out a consultation:

  • Client selection – including client medical history, drugs, and supplements list
  • Skin analysis and pre-treatment considerations
  • Contraindications and cautions to treatment
  • Consenting clients

Demonstration and practice session:

  • Client preparation for treatment
  • Importance of describing the sensation of treatment to clients
  • Effective treatment techniques
  • Health and safety management: including choice of equipment, safe handling of chemicals, and equipment management
  • Number and frequency of treatments
  • Use of homecare products

Treatment records:

  • Maintaining client records
  • Post treatment advice
  • Importance of treatment insurance
4T Approved Training Provider