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VI Chemical Peel

vi chemical peel


A skin resurfacing procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers.


All medical grade chemicals applied painless to skin


  • Reduce Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduce sun spots and discoloration
  • Reduce keratosis pilaris
  • Reduce acne

Can I wear a face mask after my chemical peel?

YES! Let’s get right to the point, putting on a face mask after receiving a VI Peel will not affect the outcome of the peel. By the time the treatment is over, the acids have penetrated as deep as they are going to go, a mask will not interfere with the performance of those acids.

Can I be out in the sun after my chemical peel?

As a rule, treat it like a sunburn: avoid sun exposure, avoid sweating and avoid heat.

During the peeling phase you must avoid sun exposure. Even after the peeling has subsided your new skin will be sensitive to UV light. Protect your investment and reapply your sunscreen when outdoors.

How long will my skin peel?

Days 3, 4 and 5 are the typical days of peeling. By day 6 most exfoliation has subsided.

Typically, peeling begins on the third day, starting around the mouth then peeling outward. The forehead and neck will be the last areas to peel.

The amount of visible peeling you will experience varies greatly. You will peel as much as your skin needs to peel

What are the DO’S & DON'TS for chemical peel?


  • You will want to find a chemical peel that is gentle and effective for your skin. The best way is following the advice of your skin car professional.
  • Inform your skin care professional of any medications you are currently taking or have taken within the last 6 months.
  • Tell your skin care professional of any allergies.
  • Always use proper daily protection on your skin.
  • Follow a specific day and night regimen recommended by your skincare professional.
  • For best results, book a series of treatments with your skin care professional.
  • Tell your skin care professional if you have a history of skin care conditions, such as cold sores.
  • Discontinue the use of any products containing retinol or glycolic acid.


  • Do not try a chemical peel treatment at home– seek a skin care professional.
  • Do not overexpose yourself to the SUN, harsh environments, or pollutants.
  • Don’t wax or use any form of hair removal 1 week before and up to 1 week after treatments.
  • Don’t pick the peeling skin.  You can use scissors to trim dead skin.
  • Don’t use a chemical peel if your skin has been sunburned or you have any open liaisons.