Chemical peeling, or chemexfoliation, has been a part of clinical dermatology for centuries. Chemical Peels remove the outer layers of skin to enhance the appearance as well as improve its functionality. They create controlled damage to the skin, exfoliate dead skin cells, stimulate cell renewal, and regenerate dermal structures.

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What Is The VI Peel?

VI Peel Treatments are formulated using a synergistic blend of TCA, PHENOL, RETINOIC ACID, and SALICYLIC ACID at lower individual concentrations. This combination allows the VI Peel to penetrate the dermis without the destruction and longer healing time that a straight acid would incur, while still achieving the same outcome. The blended VI Peel formulations add nutrients such as antioxidant vitamin C, along with ingredients for pigment suppression and acne control, allowing our peels to address conditions that a straight acid alone cannot.

How Do VI Peels Work?

The VI Peel is a unique blend of 5 acids designed to target multiple conditions.

  • Retinoic Acid: This powerhouse acid penetrates the skin, inhibiting melanin production and increasing cell turnover.
  • Trichloroacetic Acid: TCA drives the blend deeper and targets signs of aging by boosting collagen and exfoliating the skin.
  • Salicylic Acid: Salicylic acid prevents inflammation by killing bacteria, suppresses sebum production, and cleanses the pore lining.
  • Phenol: This is the secret weapon that numbs the skin, allowing for a painless application.
  • Ascorbic Acid: A powerful antioxidant that reverses free radicals, evens skin tone, and helps prevent future damage.
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Clients Who Received The VI Peel Reported The Following:


Key Ingredients

Retinoic Acid superficially acts like an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) while promoting increased cellular turnover, collagen and elastin stimulation, increasing water levels within the epidermis, and inhibiting melanogenesis inhibitor.
Trichloroacetic Acid provides excellent exfoliation properties while stimulating collagen production.
Salicylic Acid a beta hydroxy acid that is, among other things, an effective anti-acne ingredient. Salicylic Acid cuts down on the shedding of cells within the follicles, reducing impactions and acts as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Phenol can trap free radicals, works as a chemical cauterant to exfoliate the skin, has preservative properties, and is an effective numbing agent.
Ascorbic Acid a powerful water-soluble antioxidant that provides important protection against damage induced by UV radiation. It reduces erythema, acts as a tyrosinase inhibitor, and works by controlling inflammatory enzymes.
Benzoyl Peroxide a topical antibacterial used in the treatment of acne vulgaris; it also has keratolytic, sebostatic, and skin peeling actions which promote evacuation of comedones.
Hydroquinone a skin lightening agent which promotes healing, providing potent melanogenesis inhibition.
Kojic Acid found naturally, this acid aids in fighting discoloration and brightens the complexion. It is an effective melanogenesis inhibitor because of its ability to separate copper bound to tyrosinase and decrease the number of melanosomes and dendrites that can transfer the melanosomes.
Hydrocortisone an anti-inflammatory that soothes, reduces redness, and inflammation.
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Do Clients Peel Excessively After VI Peels?

While it does happen, it is not always necessary. Just because a patient does not peel in sheets does not mean the peel is ineffective. Sometimes a patient might be so well exfoliated that their skin does not need to peel heavily. It is still exfoliating at a cellular level, which is not visible to the naked eye.

Did You Know You Can Receive Your VI Peel During Your Toxin Appointment?!

Following the VI Peel with a Neurotoxin injection in one, simple procedure not only helps soften and smooth fine lines and wrinkles, but also creates smooth, even skin texture! The whole appointment lasts only about thirty minutes!

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