It takes about four days after you finish peeling for the skin to return to its normal PH and to see the final effects. The skin will look luminous and glowing. Hyper-pigmentation will be improved or eliminated, depending on the amount of damage.
How long after VI Peel Do you see results?
After you stop peeling, your skin will have an extra glow, but you’ll experience even more noticeable results 4 to 6 weeks after treatment, as the peel continues to promote cellular turnover. You’ll see many antiaging effects, like a more even skin tone, a smoother skin texture and fewer fine lines and wrinkles.
How many layers of skin does VI Peel take off?
It uses a blend of ingredients to break down your top layer of skin and reveal healthy skin underneath. Your exact procedure may differ slightly, but here’s what you can generally expect: The practitioner will cleanse your skin to remove dirt and oil. They will then apply the VI Peel solution in two layers.
How often should you do VI peel?
How many Vi Peel treatments do I need? Noticeable results will be seen after a single treatment, but best results are seen after 3-6 treatments, spaced 2-4 weeks apart. For maintenance treatments after the initial series, we recommend the Vi Peel 2-4 times per year, depending on your skin’s needs.
How effective is a VI peel?
The Vi Peel Facial Peel is very effective in reducing hyper pigmentation issues, such as melasma, which is the most difficult pigmentation problem to fix. Additionally, the Vi Peel yields amazing results for those with acne.
Why does my skin look worse after a chemical peel?
A chemical peel can cause treated skin to become darker than normal (hyperpigmentation) or lighter than normal (hypopigmentation). Hyperpigmentation is more common after superficial peels, while hypopigmentation is more common after a deep peel.
What is the strongest VI Peel?
VI Peel Advanced is our strongest peel with a booster system formulated to combat the effects of aging. It is made with a powerful blend of ingredients to provide a deeper penetration to soften fine lines and wrinkles, enhance cellular turnover, and stimulate collagen production.
How long after VI Peel Can I use Retin A?
For those of you who are on an acne treatment regimen, you need to stop the use of stop the use of Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo or Ziana five days prior to treatment. If you are using Retinol products, stop the use of Retin-A (retinol) products or applications for 7-10 days prior to a chemical peel.
How long after VI Peel can I exfoliate?
When peeling is complete, you may begin using your regular skin care products at this time; however, avoid the use of exfoliating products for approximately 6 weeks. Sunblock is essential to maintain your results.
What should I expect after a VI peel?
Initially, after patients wash the VI Peel from their face, the skin will appear red and mildly swollen. This is normal and will resolve over the first 24 hours. There is no required downtime after a VI Peel; patients are able to return to work, school, and most normal activities immediately.
Does VI Peel help with pores?
The VI Peel can help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduce enlarged pores, and tighten the skin. In addition, it has been an effective treatment to even out skin tones, particularly for those with hyperpigmentation, melasma, and rosacea.
What is better Microneedling or chemical peel?
Both chemical peels and microneedling will improve the appearance of your skin. Chemical peels generally work best on superficial imperfections, while microneedling penetrates deeper to improve more troublesome issues.
What is the difference between a chemical peel and a VI peel?
VI Peels are medical-grade chemical peels. The are typically used to treat acne, acne scarring, fine lines, age spots/skin discoloration, sun damage spots, wrinkles, melasma, enlarged pores and more. The VI peel goes deeper than many other peels, penetrating the dermis of the skin.
Is Vi Peel good for dark skin?
The Vi Peel was one of the first chemical peel brands to promote itself as being safe in patients of all skin types – meaning patients with both light and dark skin.
Which chemical peel is best for acne scars?
Glycolic acid is perhaps the most popular chemical peel and can be used to treat acne scars. It can smooth out the skin’s surface to reduce the appearance of atrophic scarring, while also suppressing melanin formation to lighten skin and reduce hyperpigmentation.
What percentage is the VI Peel?
OVERVIEW. The VI Peel contains TCA 12% (Trichloroacetic Acid) , Tretinoic Acid 0.1%, Salicylic Acid 12%, Phenol 12%, Vitamin C and a mineral blend.