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Our 40% Pumpkin Pulp Resurfacer was originally designed to meet the needs of those with acne concerns & enlarged pores but it also improves skin’s tone and texture.

The antibacterial effect of Salicylic Acid helps to prevent & treat acne for those prone to breakouts or experiencing perimenopause. 

Coupled with Lactic Acid, and Glycolic acid this treatment reduces fine lines, wrinkles, deeply hydrates and nourishes the skin.

Before your first treatment you will have a consultation with one of our highly qualified team, who will take you through the process in detail. You may be asked to prepare your skin with specialist products to get optimum results. 


The Rejuvenating Pumpkin Resurfacer is an ideal treatment giving you excellent results including:​​

  • Vigorously increases cell turnover improving the brightness and condition of the skin

  • Decreasing papule and pustular activity caused by acne

  • Helps to correct uneven pigmentation

  • Aggressively helps thicker, leathery and sun damaged skin

  • Stimulates of collagen and elastin generation to rejuvenate the skin.

  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles

  • Directly after your Pumpkin Resurfacer you may experience some redness, this will fade within 24 hours

  • Three to six days following your peel you can expect some skin flaking, please do not exfoliate this as your skin will be sensitive.

  • Total recovery time will vary depending on treatment type performed i.e. Primary or Power Pumpkin Resurfacer. 

  • You can apply a mineral based makeup directly post treatment, but we strongly advise against using a chemical based on as this will reduce the impact of your results. 


We recommend a course of 6 Skin Resurfacers treatments for optimum results: 1 Skin Resurfacer every 2-4 weeks.

For more information or to book a FREE consultation for a Pumpkin Resurfacer Peel in Stratford (Westfield Stratford City), near Leyton & Hackney, London, get in touch via our contact form or call us on: 0203 318 3073.

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