For the appearance of fine lines, dull complexion, congestion and loss of tone. This medical grade chemical peel boosts collagen production, restores luminosity for a radiant complexion.

Milk Peel by Dermaceutic ‐ No1 Peel Brand in France with:

  • Clinically proven efficacy
  • Zero downtime
  • Instant results


What conditions can Lunchtime Peel treat?

Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Using a combination of science and technology we aim to combat ageing at the very core. Here at The Door W4 we have a vast array of effective and clinically-proven anti-ageing treatments. One of our friendly experts can tailor-make an anti-ageing plan to suit your needs and help you on your journey to a more youthful-looking you.

Dehydrated Skin

Dehydrated Skin

Do you suffer with dry, dull and uneven skin? Dehydrated skin on the face can be a result of many factors. The symptoms include dryness, itchy skin, lack-lustre, patchy and uneven tone and texture.



Hyperpigmentation, melasma, age spots, sun spots and blemishes are skin concerns associated with the darkening of certain areas of the skin. The condition itself is when certain areas of pigment in the skin darken, caused by the over production of melanin in our skin. This could be due to several factors including hormonal issue, sun damage, pregnancy, menopause, certain medications, inherited genes and trauma to the skin.

How does it work?

How does it work?

Chemical peels work by increasing cell turnover having a deep exfoliating effect whilst lowering the PH of the skin which stimulates, growth factors, gags, collagen and elastin production.



This superficial peel treats tired, dull looking skin. Uneven skin tone is smoothed and brightened. The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles are improved. Decongests, regulates oiliness and tightens pores.

Before and Afters

Lunchtime Peel by Victoria Voysey

Will the Lunchtime Peel hurt?

You will feel an intense heat and tingling sensation which only lasts for a couple of minutes.

Will my skin start to peel afterwards?

No. You may be left with a little redness and may experience a little dryness in the days post treatment but it is designed to be a zero downtime treatment so you could have it in your lunch break and go back to work after if needed.

Who shouldn't have the Lunchtime Peel?

If you have a history of problems with keloid scars (raised scars that grow out beyond the original site of injury) or other types of scarring of your skin. If you have facial warts or any current facial infection. If you have used the anti‐acne treatment isotretinoin (brand name Roaccutane) within the last 12 months.

What are the risks & side effects?

Peels are a commonly used form of skin rejuvenation and the vast majority are carried out with no complications. However, you do need to be aware of the risks, which can be summarised below:

  • Mild transient swelling of the face
  • Hypo or Hyperpigmentation – patients must use all after care products as directed and remember to use a high factor sunscreen (factor 30 or more)

Lunchtime Peel by Victoria Voysey

at The Door W4
Victoria Voysey

Victoria Voysey

With over 20 years of skincare and aesthetic industry experience, Victoria has worked with some of the best brands and Harley Street Doctors in the business in roles ranging from Salon Owner and Clinical Trainer to Head of Sales. Victoria is the founder and director of Refine SkinLab.


Lunchtime Peel - Milk Peel by Dermaceutic

30 minutes: £79.00
Course of 3: £200.00

Get in Touch

One of our friendly professionals can book your Lunchtime Peel over the phone with you when requesting a call back in this contact form.

We very much look forward to hearing from you.

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