Intimate Lady Peel


Intimate Lady Peel

What is Intimate Lady Peel?

Intimate Lady Peel is a innovative treatment which combines a blend of whitening agents to help to lighten the colour of intimate areas such as the under arms, areola around the nipple, vagina and anal region. This peel doesn’t irritate our skin and is safe for intimate areas.

What causes darkening of intimate areas?

The skin over our intimate areas is most sensitive to hormone changes. During puberty, pregnancy and menopause, our hormone levels will increase leading to darkening over such areas. In addition, repeated trauma from waxing, shaving and daily skin rubbing will increase the activity of melanocytes (pigment cells). As time goes by, our intimate areas will appear darker as we grow older.

Can you lighten the colour of these areas?

You can prevent further darkening of intimate areas by reducing friction or choosing laser hair removal treatments instead of shaving. The use of a good lightening cream with moisturizer also reduce the activity of the melanocytes. Intimate Lady peels, in combination with pigment laser, will help to increase the breakdown of melanin under the skin.

When will I see results from treatment?

After the first peel, you may notice slight improvement as we gently exfoliate away dead skin cells to reveal new skin. It is advisable to repeat the peel every 2 weeks. It takes at least 5 to 6 sessions of peel to see good progress.

Call us now for more information on Intimate Lady Peel and see if it is the right treatment for you.


✔ Improves skin pigment caused by hormonal change and regular shaving

✔ Performed by all female team of doctor & therapists

Price is inclusive of doctor’s consult and discussion of treatment plan.

Other T&Cs apply.


Dr Donna Chow, Medical Director, Arium Clinic

Dr Donna has more than 10 years of experience in the field of Aesthetics Medicine. She graduates with a medical degree from National University of Singapore and holds two post graduate diplomas in Family Medicine and Dermatology (Distinction).

She is certified by the Singapore Medical Council Aesthetic Procedures Oversight Committee in the administering aesthetics injections, chemical peels, lasers for pigmentation, skin resurfacing and hair removal, non surgical skin tightening treatments and non invasive body contouring treatment. Click here to read more about her.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What will I expect during Intimate Lady Peel?

    Before we begin the procedure, we will cleanse and dry your skin. During the procedure, we will apply the peel solution on your treated area. You may feel a slight tinging sensation. We will monitor your skin reaction for the next few minutes. Then a second or a third application will be done. The whole procedure will take between 20 – 30 minutes.

    Is there any downtime after treatment?

    It is common to experience mild redness after the peel. Your skin may appear to be a little more sensitive than usual for a day or two. Otherwise, there is no downtime and you can resume work right after the treatment.

    Can you combine other treatment with Intimate Lady Peel?

    Depends on your condition, our doctor may recommend pigment laser or lightening cream to use as a home care treatment. We may advise you to avoid waxing or shaving the same area to prevent worsening of the pigmentation. If necessary, you can also consider laser hair removal treatments for more permanent hair reduction.

    Will the darkening recurs after I stop treatment?

    It depends on your type of pigmentation and its cause. Some patients are more prone to develop pigmentary problems than others. Long term maintenance of your skin is important to prevent recurrence. Some patients may also continue Intimate Lady peel as part of their maintenance regime.

    Are there any persons who are unsuitable for Intimate Lady Peel?

    We would not recommend the peel if there is ezcema, sun burn or broken skin over the area. It is also not suitable for patients who are currently pregnant as their pigment may continue darken due to their hormonal changes.

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