Skin Peel Training

What is a skin peel?

Skin peels are also known as chemical peels. Skin peels primarily work by exfoliating the skin, removing dead skin cells. Many different types of acid are used in this treatment. Most skin peels today are superficial in nature and therefore now skin peeling is actually observed.


Skin Peel Training

Entry level requirement for Skin Peel Training

Level 3 in beauty therapy, semi-permanent make up artist, nurse, dentist, doctor, pharmacist.

If your qualification does not appear, please do contact us, but your qual does need to be within the health and beauty sector.

Course Agenda

Revision of Skin A&P
Skin Health
History of skin peeling
Science behind skin peeling
Treatable skin conditions & types
Products and ingredients used during treatment
Introduction to epiderma5
Hands-on practice Q & A
Marketing Advice

Course information

This is an intense 3-hour course.

All groups are kept small and 2 trainers are always on hand.

No pre-course materials are necessary.

Also, we encourage you to have a treatment on the day, at no extra cost.

Additional info for skin peel training

On the day:

We will give you a training manual and a certificate | Starter kits to purchase.

We work with the epiderma5 range.

All products can be found at our partner’s website online, please contact us for trade login.


We work closely with providers Towergate & Hamilton Fraser.

Also, many other providers such as BABTAC, Holistic Health & Cosmetic Insure will offer cover on completion of this course.

Finally, we are an independent training company with expert, knowledgeable educators.

How does a skin peel work?


First of all, glycolic acid is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid derived from sugar cane.

With a very small molecule size, it is able to penetrate through to the upper layers of the epidermis.

40% Glycolic Acid peel with a sensible pH is gentle enough not to induce unwanted peeling and irritation but powerful enough to deliver superb results. Therefore, maintaining a healthy, intact Stratum Corneum is essential.

Above all, “burning” does not necessarily lead to positive results.

The glycolic peel demonstrated during training is from the epiderma5 range.

Skin Peel Training
Glycolic Skin Peel

 Why add skin peels to your business?

New business – Adding a wider range of treatments and products enables you to capture new business or upsell to existing customers.

– Ideal for new clients that are wary of using needling treatments.

Repeat business – Skin peels can be sold to clients as a course of treatments, which enables you to create easy, repeat business.

Expand what skin conditions you can treat – Skin peels are a fantastic way of treating acne, wrinkles and pigmentation.

What do skin peels treat?

  • Acne
  • Pigmentation
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Anti-aging
  • Dry Skin
  • Oily Skin
  • Open Pores
  • Blackheads

Overview of Skin Peel Training

We provide full protocols.

Also, we will discuss other skin peels and brands.

However, epiderma5 have just launched AHA 70, a 70% glycolic acid peel, for medical practitioners only.

The course is generic in nature with a product focus on epiderma5 40% glycolic peel.

A thorough revision of skin and its functions will leave you with the knowledge to underpin this treatment and able to succinctly explain the benefits to your clients.

More information on the epiderma5 range can be found at

1 – Day Intensive

We also provide a one day intensive course which comprises – Mesotherapy, Microneedling and, of course, Glycolic Chemical Peel training. 

You can spread the cost of this training course with our 0% finance offer by booking online.

Click below to find out more information on our 1-day intensive course.