VI PEEL -$225
Tone & Texture
This peel is great for medium depth peel clients ( mainly 1st timers) Or those who have sensitive skin, early signs of aging (ages 20+) , rough texture, keratosis pilaris, Rosacea or just a maintenance peel
VI PEEL ADVANCED -$275
Maturing Skin to help enhance collagen stimulation
This Peel is great for aging skin (40+), wrinkles and fine lines
VI PEEL PURIFY WITH PRECISION PLUS-$325
Acne & Acne Scarring
This peel is great for the client that has excessive Oil, Acne with Hyperpigmentation, Acne Scarring, hormonal acne and adult acne
Q & A'S ON PEELS
What is a Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels are cosmetic treatments that can be applied to the face, hands, and neck. They’re used to improve the appearance or feel of the skin. During this procedure, chemical solutions will be applied to the area being treated, which causes the skin to exfoliate and eventually peel off. Once this happens, the new skin underneath is often smoother, appears less wrinkled, and may have less damage.
There are a number of reasons people may get chemical peels. They may be trying to treat a variety of things, including:
wrinkles and fine lines
uneven skin tone or redness
Is Vi Peel Cruetly & Paraben Free?
Yes, all VI Derm products are cruelty free. We do not believe in animal testing and choose to partner with suppliers who share our beliefs.
Yes, all VI Derm products are paraben free. We have value your concerns and have taken all efforts to remove parabens from our product.
How Many Times A Year Can A Person Have A Vi Peel Done?
If a series is recommended, the VI Peel is suitable to receive every 4-6 weeks as directed by your Practitioner. Your Practitioner will be able to create your own unique skincare plan for your skincare needs. You can also have the VI Peels quarterly/seasonally and receive four (4) peels a year for the maintenance of healthy skin.
Can I Peel The Skin That Is Hanging During The Peeling Process?
No. NEVER PULL BACK on the skin that is shedding. It is recommended to use a small cuticle scissor to trim the exfoliating skin. You can also go and wash the face to help gently remove the hanging skin. If washing the face multiple times a day, be sure to add moisture back to the skin by applying the Post Peel Protectant or coconut oil. You also MUST use the VI Derm SPF 50+ to protect the skin during and after the exfoliation process.
What can’t I do before a peel
Before a chemical peel, you must:
not use any type of retinol or retin-A topical medication for at least 48 hours
inform your skin care specialist about any medications you take
not have been on Accutane for at least six months
What are the risks and possible side effects of a chemical peel?
Common side effects are temporary, and include redness, dryness, stinging or burning, and slight swelling.
What to expect after
Recovery time varies depending on which chemical peel you received.
Light chemical peels
Recovery time is about four to seven days. Your skin may temporarily be lighter or darker.
Medium chemical peels
Your skin will recover about five to seven days after a medium chemical peel, though you may have redness that persists for months. Your skin will initially swell, and then form crusts and brown blotches before revealing new skin.
AFTER CARE INSTRUCTIONS
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