OrganoPEEL Treatment – OrganoPEEL®

OrganoPEEL Treatment

Herbal peeling is becoming increasingly popular and effective amongst aesthetics treatments, helping patients rejuvenate and improve the overall health and appearance of their skin. Herbal peels are generally classified as superficial. However, this should not throw you off as herbal peels rely on entering the bloodstream and treating the skin from the inside out. Despite being ‘surface peels’ they are extremely effect and our results have proven it countless times.

The OrganoPEEL Herbal Peel is a pioneer in the blended peel market, with an outstanding formula that works in synergy to maximise outcomes and minimise unwanted side-effects. The treatment uses a powerful blend of herbs to create a controlled wound to the skin. This initiates a process of peeling and healing, which in turn causes the skin to be visibly refreshed.


Day 1 is the day of the peel treatment was applied; the area will feel tight, prickly, sensitive and may appear quite red. The herbs need to stay in the skin so no washing, touching, or rubbing the skin! Also, do not apply any make-up, skincare, lotions, ointments, or creams etc. You don’t want to do anything that will add moisture to the skin and potentially inhibit the peeling process.

Some discomfort and irritation is considered normal. Remember, this is a medical grade herbal peel. If extreme, or you are at all concerned, please contact the practitioner who performed the treatment.

PRO TIP: Alleviate stinging, discomfort, or itchiness: take ordinary pain relief tablets; take antihistamine tablets to help with itching.

DAY 2-3

The skin will begin to feel dry and flaky and may even go a few shades darker. Do not panic as it is just the surface of the skin dying and getting ready to peel off. In the morning and evening you must apply a toner that doesn’t contain acids onto the skin and then apply your sunscreen. Continue these steps for the remaining 6 days of the downtime.

DAY 4-5

Generally, today is peel day! The peeling normally starts around the mouth/chin area as that is where there is the most movement on the face. Gradually, the peeling will spread onto other areas of the face such as the forehead. This is the hard part, you must not rub, pick or pull on the peeling skin, let the process occur naturally. Doing so may damage the new skin and cause hyperpigmentation.

PRO TIP: Peeling skin can be removed by trimming with small nail scissors. Please be advised that peeling is JUST a side effect and is not a measure of how successful the treatment is.


The peeling process is generally complete, although some mild sloughing, flaking and redness may still be occurring in some treated areas.

You can now resume your normal skin care products, unless otherwise advised by your medical professional. If the treated area becomes or remains irritates, wait until the sensitivity subsides.

We always recommend prolonging and enhancing your results by sticking to the recommended number of sessions. Your practitioner would have advised you on how many sessions would be appropriate for your skin.

Continue to protect your skin with sunscreen of at least SPF 30 daily.

DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that everyone’s results will vary as skin types and skin issues differ. The average downtime is 7 days post peel. We recommend having between 3-6 sessions to see the best results possible.