TreatmentsMANDELIC PEEL – Radiance and Brightening Treatment for Pigmentation | Skin by Lidia Nova

MANDELIC PEEL – Radiance and Brightening Treatment for Pigmentation

(Combined with Microdermabrasion / Hydrobrasion and extractions)

For clients who want to take their skin to the next level with an extended depth of attention. This treatment combines 8 skin brightening agents to reduce the appearance of pigmentation, hyperpigmentation, dark spots, blotchiness and dull skin. Within this treatment there is the inclusion of the Mandelic peel and accelerator mask. Suitable for clients with darker skin (Fitzpatrick’s IV-V).
0-12 Hours
45 - 60 minutes

What is it and how does it work?

The Mandelic Acid Peel is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) that in its natural source is derived from bitter almonds. AHAs are designed to soften the bonds that hold dead skin cells together removing the dead outermost layer of the skin. This will reveal the new fresh skin cells and encourage new cells to be exposed. Mandelic Acid Peel utilities a blend of Mandelic Acid, Niacinamide and Clove Oil to provide the perfect combination of active ingredients to help treat a variety of concerns.

Suitable skin type and concern

The Mandelic Acid Peel is designed for mainly oily, combination skin types concerned with congestion and acne breakouts. It is also suitable for concerns with pigmentation. Mandelic Acid has also been shown to be effective to refine large pores.


  • Assists to decongest clogged pores and acne prone skin
  • Anti-inflammatory due to two main active ingredients Niacinamide and Clove Oil – a cleansing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredient
  • Maintains oil production
  • Lightens blemishes

What to expect

  • Skin may appear flushed and feel tight for several days
  • Variable, ranging from no visible peeling to a light flaking of skin between days 2-7 after the peel.
  • Some breakout may be expected with initial treatments and indicates positive progress

Post and Aftercare

  • Avoid use of products with active ingredients AHA (Glycolic Acid) and BHA (Salicylic Acid) skincare and 
  • Avoid scrubs for the first one to two days 
  • Wear SPF 50+ daily
  • Use recommended skin care products 

Contraindications to this treatment

  • Rosacea
  • Sensitivity to Retinol                                                   
  • Roaccutane
  • Herpes simplex (cold sores)                                        
  • Recent facial surgery
  • Eczema or Dermatitis                                                 
  • Skin cancer
  • Cancer or radiation therapy                                        
  • Open wound 
  • Sunburn
  • Has been on Roaccutane in the last 6 months


Single treatment $160

Add on LED light therapy $55.00

Add on Oxygen and Hyaluronic Acid infusion $ 55.00

Package of 6 less 20%

Copyright by Skin by Lidia Nova. All rights reserved. Designed by Wise Up Marketing

Copyright by Skin by Lidia Nova. All rights reserved.