Here is why chemical peels are the secret to perfect skin!
A peel is an anti-aging treatment with a host of benefits that include exfoliation, but also builds collagen, reduces fine lines, boosts radiance, shrinks pore size, diminishes dark spots, and can even help with rosacea.
Are there different kinds of peels?
There are three types of chemical peels: superficial, medium and deep. A superficial peel is best when treating mild skin discoloration and rough spots. The medium peel is effective in improving the look of wrinkles, moderate skin discoloration, age spots, and freckles. A deep peel is best for moderate to deep lines, shallow scars, dark freckles, and more intense age spots.
Chemical peels also vary by the kind of chemical used on the skin. Our estheticians will work with you to identify your skin concerns and make a recommendation on the best peel to give you the desired results. The different intensities of chemical peel will each require different levels of aftercare. With deeper peels, you may need to use a special cleanser and moisturizers during the healing process. With all chemical peels, you should take care to avoid the sun in the days directly following treatment and ensure that a broad spectrum sunblock with a high SPF is part of your skincare regime.
The Vi Peel (Vitality Institute) is a gentle yet powerful medical-grade chemical peel for the treatment of acne and acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, age and sun spots, hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea, enlarged pores, oil balancing, and overall skin health.
The Ideal Candidate for a VI Peel:
VI Peels are considered safe for all skin tones and ethnicity, making it a great choice for anyone looking to significantly improve their complexion. Both men and women, troubled by acne, scarring, fine lines, and sunspots, can benefit from this ‘medium depth chemical peel’. The ideal candidate will be in generally good health and have reasonable expectations for the procedure. At the consultation appointment, your provider will decide if a VI Peel is the right technique to meet an individual’s aesthetic goals. *