The VI Peel
The Vi Peel (Vitality Institute) is a gentle yet powerful medical-grade chemical peel for the treatment of acne and acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, age and sun spots, hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea, enlarged pores, oil balancing, and overall skin health.
The Vi Peel is safe and effective on all skin types and colors and can be used on the face, neck chest, arms, back, and legs, and is the only peel safe for the under-eye area. It is also painless and requires minimal downtime. With the Vi Peel, the magic is in the formula. A blend of Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA), Salicylic Acid, Phenol, Vitamin C, and other minerals work together to safely remove the damaged layers of the skin, promote cellular turnover, and refine the surface layer for a smoother, clearer, firmer skin that has a more youthful and radiant appearance. It is specifically formulated to rejuvenate aging skin and prevent future damage.
We offer packages of Skin Medica peels that address the visible skin imperfection that result from photodamaged skin, fine lines and wrinkles, pigment irregularities, acne-prone skin and mild acne scarring. Skin Medica offers a range of different strength chemical peels allowing our aestheticians to select the optimum treatment option for every patient.
Illuminize Peel is the gentlest SkinMedica Peel. Clients should not expect to see visble peeling due to the superficial nature of this peel. there is no downtime with Illuminze Peel.
Multiple treatments may be required to achieve desired results. Vitalize Peel can be done every 3-4 weeks. The effect of this peel is cumulative with time and enhanced with FDA approved medical grade products. Vitalize Peel can be combined in a series with Rejuvenize Peels if the client tolerates the initial peel.
Rejuvenize Peel is the strongest of the SkinMedica Peel line. This peel is recommended for skin types 1-4. It can be performed on skin types 5-6 after the patient has established tolerability to Vitalize peel.
Schedule a consultation for a Chemical Peel today. During a consultation, patients meet with their aesthetician and staff to discuss all options in more detail. Patients may ask questions about desired outcome as well as view before and after photos of similar procedures.