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Chemical Peels Compensation Claims

Coming to terms with a cosmetic procedure that has gone wrong is never easy. From botched surgery, to botched chemical peels; the result can leave you unhappy, uncomfortable and at risk.

If you are looking to make a claim for chemical peel compensation after receiving a procedure that went wrong, our team of specialist medical negligence solicitors are on hand to help with any cosmetic surgery or beauty procedure that has been botched.

We’re the UK’s first law firm to dedicate all of our services to claims against cosmetic surgery procedures. Our team of expert Cosmetic Surgery solicitors have over 15 years of experience in supporting our clients when making a claim for chemical peel compensation.

We have a great success rate (over 95%) across all of our cosmetic negligence claims that we pursue after obtaining medical evidence - you can trust that our lawyers have the right set of skills to deal with your chemical peel claim.

What’s more, we operate on a no win, no fee basis. We’ve assisted hundreds of clients with recovering substantial financial rewards, helping them to move on from this troublesome ordeal and improve their quality of life.

Talk to us today about making a chemical peel compensation claim by calling 0808 271 2506,, or fill in our online enquiry form to request a callback from the team.

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is an increasingly popular procedure that peels away layers of damaged skin to boost the collagen in your face, giving a smoother and softer appearance.

A chemical agent is applied to the skin, causing a ‘blistering’ effect before the skin peels away the dry layers to reveal fresh, new skin.

This procedure is often used to treat blemishes and signs of aging, and is typically painless when done correctly. However, if done wrong, this procedure can cause pain and irritation, as well as irreversible damage such as scarring.

Chemical peels aren’t suitable for all skin types, so it's important that you go to a professional, such as a GP or dermatologist, who can carefully assess your skin before you go ahead with the procedure.

What are the signs that my chemical peel has gone wrong?

There are three different levels of chemical peel that can be performed; superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels are often painless when done correctly and aim to just remove one or two layers of dead skin to help brighten your appearance - this also applies to the medium level chemical peel. These procedures don’t require anesthetic but will often produce a slight burning sensation when applied.

The deeper chemical peels come with much more risk, as they leave your skin sensitive and exposed which can result in infections if not administered and taken care of properly. Effects of a deep peel last much longer, but they also come with more pain and require a local anesthetic to administer. Patients who opt for a deep chemical peel and face issues may suffer side effects including:

  • Blisters
  • Facial scarring
  • Reddening of the skin
  • Permanent damage to the skin
  • A burning sensation
  • Permanent skin discoloration and/or post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation


Why should I choose cosmetic surgery solicitors?

Deciding to seek compensation for a negligent chemical peel procedure can be daunting. However, at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors we pride ourselves on offering a genuine and sympathetic service to support each of our clients individually. We tailor our services to your exact needs, ensuring that you feel comfortable throughout every step of the process.

After you start your claim with us, we will be available to contact around the clock and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We promise to keep you informed throughout the process to ensure you have full understanding and peace of mind.

So far, our specialist lawyers have secured over £10 million in compensation for our clients. You can rest assured of our dedication and expertise in pursuing a successful claim.

How long will the claims process take?

While we can’t give an exact length of time for how long a chemical peel claim will take, our solicitors will ensure that your case proceeds as swiftly and efficiently as possible so that you can continue with your recovery process and receive the compensation you deserve.

As soon as you start your claim, one of our dedicated lawyers will be assigned to your case and they will assess the specific details of your claim and discuss potential timescales.


Do I have a chemical peel claim?

Any clinician or practitioner that carries out a cosmetic procedure, such as a chemical peel, has a duty of care to ensure that what they are administering is done in a safe and sterile manner. The wellbeing of their patients should be at the forefront of their mind at all times throughout the process.

Not only will these cosmeticians be responsible for avoiding any complications that can be reasonably prevented during your chemical peel, but they should also provide patients with comprehensive information about the process, how it works, and the risks that could come with it. They should also be willing to discuss their qualifications with you and put you at ease.

If a clinic does not uphold this duty and you have suffered adverse effects as a result, then you may be eligible to make a claim for chemical peel compensation.

How much compensation can you get for a chemical peel claim?

The amount of compensation you will receive from a chemical peel claim will vary depending on the severity of your injuries and the amount of risk that was posed to you. The amount of financial losses incurred will also be considered, for example, if you needed to take time off of work as a result of your injuries.

The more information we are able to receive, the better we can assist you with your claim and give you a rough estimate of what sort of compensation you could be looking at.

Though we cannot provide any exact figures for your claim, you could potentially receive up to £85,000 for very severe cases.

Are there time limits on making a chemical peel claim?

In most cases of personal injury, whether it is cosmetic or otherwise, you will have up to three years to bring a claim. However, we suggest gathering the information you need and contacting us as soon as possible after your incident to ensure a faster recovery and receive the full payout that you deserve much quicker.

For more information about time restrictions when making a chemical peel claim, click here.

How can we help?

If you have been the victim of a botched chemical peel, our legal experts at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are on hand to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

We are the UK’s leading cosmetic surgery law firm and have a strong reputation for delivering outstanding results to our clients who have suffered as a result of chemical peel negligence.

Contact Us Today

If you have experienced problems following a chemical peel and think they are the result of negligence, talk to our expert cosmetic surgery negligence team today. Call 0808 271 6219 or request a callback by completing the contact form.

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