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Chemical Peel

What is a Chemical Peel?

The VI Peel is an exquisite and effective medical-grade chemical peel that can help rejuvenate and revitalize your skin, leaving it looking radiant and refreshed. This innovative peel is a blend of several acids, vitamins, and minerals, each working in perfect harmony to provide a transformative experience for your skin.

Imagine indulging in a luxurious spa treatment that will leave your skin feeling smoother, softer, and more youthful. The VI Peel is a customizable treatment, tailored to your unique skin concerns and goals, that can help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, acne, scars, and other imperfections.

During the treatment process, you can expect a gentle tingling sensation as the VI Peel works its magic, stimulating collagen production and encouraging cellular turnover. As the days pass, you may notice some peeling or flaking of the skin, revealing a brighter, hydrated and more even complexion underneath.

The VI Peel is suitable for all skin types, from sensitive to oily, and can provide exceptional results with minimal downtime. Whether you are looking to improve the texture and tone of your skin, reduce the signs of aging, or simply pamper yourself with an indulgent spa experience, the VI Peel is the perfect choice for achieving your skincare goals.

So, if you are ready to experience the ultimate in luxury skincare, why not treat yourself to the transformative power of the VI Peel? You deserve to look and feel your best, and with the VI Peel, you can achieve the beautiful, glowing skin you have always dreamed of.


Your treatment provider will discuss your personal aftercare treatment and expectations. Depending on the depth of your peel expect some redness and peeling of the skin. After peel care includes a 3-7 day period free of makeup, exercise, and excessive heat such as hot showers, steam rooms and saunas. Wide brim hats and broad spectrum SPF over 30 should be worn everyday to protect the sensitive skin, especially during peak sunlight hours.


Chemicals peels should not be performed on anyone who has recently waxed within 7 days of the area being treated, has been in or plans to be in the sun, has an active cold sore ( take Valtrex 48hours prior), used Accutane within the past year, has had recent radiation or chemotherapy, as well as women pregnant or breastfeeding.

Discontinue using any prescription topicals as well as products containing retinol, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), beta hydroxy acids (BHA) or benzoyl peroxide 7 days prior to your peel.