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VI Peel is a unique blend of 5 acids designed to be self-neutralizing, non-invasive, and is made as a light to medium depth peel depending on the practitioner's application technique. 


What is a VI Peel?

VI Peel is a non-invasive, pain-free treatment that has minimal downtime. It requires no special preconditioning and comes with everything you need for post-peel care. VI Peels work to exfoliate your face and body, revealing healthy, beautiful skin. When you get a VI Peel, beneficial blends of ingredients work to safely remove damaged layers of skin and promote cellular growth. Since they’re packed with vitamins and minerals, VI Peels are more nourishing than traditional chemical peels and leave your skin glowing.

VI Peel benefits:

  • Diminish Dark Spots, Sun Damage and Pigmentation 

  • Promote Glowing Skin and Smooth Texture 

  • Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles 

  • Target Acne and Experience Healthy Looking Skin

VI Peel Core Formula:


Proprietary blend of acids, each with an active percentage of <15%. Formulated for all skin tones
and concerns.


Retinoic Acid (Vitamin A): Penetrates the skin and increases cell turnover, inhibits pigmentation, and stimulates collagen and elastin production. 


Salicylic Acid: Exfoliates the inside walls of pores providing clarity to the skin.


Phenol: Dissolves cells making room for new ones; it is also an anesthetic that provides a mild numbing effect.


Trichloroacetic acid (TCA): Drives the blend deeper and targets aging signs by stimulating collagen production and exfoliating the skin.


Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid): A powerful antioxidant that reverses free radicals, evens skin tone, and helps prevent future damage.

How does the VI Peel differ from the other peels out there?

Unlike other peels, the VI Peel requires no oral or IV sedation to avoid pain. The VI peel is almost painless and requires no skin preconditioning required by those peels when used on skin types 4 to 6. In addition, the VI peel has very few of the complications and hazards that can accompany other peels out there. 

How many peels should you do and how far apart?

For most patients, peels should be done three to four times a year to repair sun damage that is already present, and to avoid permanent scarring for those affected by acne.

The frequency of the peel depends on various factors and will be determined by your skin specialist. For extremely damaged skin, the VI Peel can initially be done once a month to get quicker desired results.

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