Vitalize VI Peel
starts at $350
Wonderful for brightening & tightening, the VI Peel is a chemical peel designed to significantly improve the overall tone, texture, and clarity of your skin. It also helps to reduce the appearance of melasma, age spots, freckles, acne/acne scars, and hyper-pigmentation. Get dramatic results and beautiful skin in as little as one week!
How is the VI Peel different from other peels?
It is painless, yet produces dramatic, visible results in just days with little downtime.
How many treatments are required to show an improved look?
A single VI Peel will achieve significant repair and add a healthy glow to the skin. It is a true, restorative and painless repair of damaged skin including sun damage and acne. Best of all, it is a great “preventive maintenance” peel for younger skin that has no visible signs of damage.
How badly will the patient peel?
The skin peeling associated with the VI Peel is a light, fluffy peel that will start on day three and generally be finished by the end of day four. The peeling is easily hidden by moisturizer. In some cases, the peel is virtually invisible.
The skin will look slightly tan to red immediately after the peel. On days one and two the skin will feel slightly tighter with no Visible signs of having a peel except for looking slightly tan, as if the patient just returned from a relaxing weekend at a resort. Any pigmented areas might appear slightly darker, which is a good sign. On about day three, the patient begins to peel. The first signs of peeling usually begin around the mouth area, continuing for a day or two. By day six or seven the patient is done peeling and the results are dramatic!
What will the VI Peel do for the patient’s skin?
It will help erase fine lines and wrinkles, shrink enlarged pores and build collagen and elastin which tighten skin. It is extremely effective in practically eliminating hyper pigmentation including melasma, the most difficult pigmentation issue to address. The VI Peel also provides excellent results for patients with acne.
Can the patient go in the sun after the VI Peel?
Sun exposure should be limited and adequate protection with a good sunscreen should be used. The only days where exposure to the sun should be seriously avoided are days three and four, when the skin is peeling, to avoid uneven exposure.