VI Peel is a medium-strength, medical-grade chemical peel that removes the damaged outer layers of skin. The peel contains a synergistic blend of trichloroacetic acid (TCA), retinoic acid, salicylic acid, phenol, vitamin C, and minerals. The combination of active ingredients delivers dramatic results faster than chemical peels with less downtime than deeper peels. The salicylic acid chemical peel is not painful and safe for most skin types.
How Does It Work?
The medical professional will apply the trichloroacetic acid peel to the face and leave the solution on the skin for a few minutes. The duration of leaving the solution depends on the individual’s skin type and the desired results. The peel acids will break down the bonds between dead skin cells, causing them to slough off and reveal the smoother, brighter skin underneath.
Remember, the skin will be red and peeled after the treatment for a few days. However, it will heal completely within a week or two.
Here are the benefits of VI peel:
- Improved skin texture
- Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Faded acne scars
- Lessened hyperpigmentation
- Brighter, more even skin tone
Looking for an effective solution to remove damaged outer layers of skin?
Look no further than VI Peel! With its unique combination of active ingredients, the VI Peel delivers dramatic results faster than other chemical peels, with less downtime than deeper peels. Plus, it’s safe for most skin types and completely pain-free. Try VI Peel today and see the excellent results for yourself!
Immediately after VI peel, your skin may appear tan, yellow, or red. Although you may feel slightly tightening on the first two days, there will be no visible signs of peeling. Any pigmented areas appear slightly darker.
You should not apply makeup or any cosmetic product for 6 hours after getting the VI peel. After 6 hours, you can apply light makeup.
It may vary as per your skin requirements. Consult our doctors to learn more about VI Chemical Peel Cost.
Avoid sun exposure for one week before the VI peel to prepare for the treatment. Refraining from hair removal, electrolysis, and laser treatments is also recommended for one week before the peel.