The treatment was popularized in Southern California and is known as “The Lunchtime Peel” because of the ease of the procedure and rapid recovery afterwards. The peel reverses the aging process while providing a fresher, clearer complexion in usually just one session.
The Vi Peel is made of peeling agents designed for all skin types. The Vi peel can help a person to archive desired results without any preparation of the skin. The treatment can be applied in as little as fifteen minutes. The Vi Peel offers help with:
- Acne conditions or acne scars
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- The texture, clarity and tone of skin
- Age spots, freckles, hyper-pigmentation
- The production of collagen, which will tighten the skin
The Vi Peel offers less risk the traditional peels. This is done by using smaller concentrations of the same chemicals. The chemicals in the Vi Peel help to resurface the top layers of skin, which leaves the skin tighter with less sign of aging.
When undergoing the Vi Peel, the first step will be to clean the skin. A special solution is used to remove oils and dead skin cells. This allows the peel to penetrate the skin evenly. The Peel is applied carefully to the skin in two layers. After the first layer is applied and then dried the second layer is applied. This is done to allow deep penetration of the skin. The peel can be applied in as little as fifteen minutes and it is recommended to leave the peel on for up to a total of eight hours. Patients are given instructions to follow after being sent home, along with special skin cleansing pads and special Vi moisturizer.
After the Vi Peel is finished the skin will have a tan or red color to it. Between twenty four to forty eight hours after the treatment the patient’s skin will feel tighter and look tan. Freckles and pigmented skin spots could darken. The patient’s skin will begin to peel about seventy two hours after the treatment. Patients can continue actives in their daily lives by using the Vi Moisturizer. The Vi Moisturizer will help cover the signs of peeling. The most visible signs of peeling will be around the patient’s mouth and eyes.