You've been doing a pretty good job keeping your skin healthy and youthful, but those pesky breakouts keep returning. It's not surprising, considering how often we encounter the culprits that aggravate our skin, including harsh sunlight, pollution, and stress.
The perfect remedy for the dilemma of ashy, dry, wrinkled, and sallow skin is to undergo a VI peel in Boston. It is widely known to smoothen out skin texture by reducing its thickness.
If you’ve ever had a VI peel, you’re probably aware it uses a blend of effective ingredients. Some of the more popular ones include:
To understand VI Peels and how many layers of the skin they take off, we must first assess what this peel entails compared to other types of chemical peels.
VI peel is an acronym for Very Intense Peel. It is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that uses a chemical solution to improve the appearance of your skin. It strips the outer skin layer and removes damaged skin cells, resulting in smoother, brighter, healthier-looking skin.
A VI peel helps remove the outer skin layers and dead skin cells, improving the appearance and texture of your skin. It treats fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, sun damage, uneven pigmentation from aging or sun exposure, and enlarged pores.
It is ideal for those who want to improve their skin without undergoing painful surgical procedures or long recovery times. The procedure is done in a medical spa or doctor's office.
You'll be given some numbing cream to apply around your eyes and mouth before the procedure begins. The doctor will then apply the peel solution to your face using a brush-like applicator dipped in the VI peel solution.
The solution is applied in layers over about 20 minutes or so. After each layer has been applied, it is removed by wiping it off with a solution-soaked cotton ball. Then, another layer will be applied and wiped off in the same manner until all the layers are complete.
After your VI Peel, you'll be instructed on how to take care of your skin during the peeling process while it heals (it takes about 24 hours to a week). You'll receive an aftercare sheet detailing what products are safe for use during the healing time, as well as what products to avoid using on newly treated skin because they may cause irritation, redness, or swelling.
VI Peel work by removing the top layer of skin (the stratum corneum) and penetrating through to the epidermis and dermis to exfoliate. The strength of the peel depends on the level of acids used; the higher the acid level, the deeper it penetrates and exfoliates the skin.
It takes off a thin layer of skin, so there is little risk that it will cause bleeding or other issues. It only requires minimal downtime because it does not usually blister or peel afterward; instead, there might be mild redness and flaking for about a week after the procedure.
Chemical peels are safe and effective for nearly all skin types and can improve the look and feel of any skin tone, including darker skin tones. The ideal candidates for chemical peels are those with:
It's important to know what results you want to get from a VI chemical peel because it determines the total treatment cost. If you want smoother, brighter, clearer skin but aren't concerned about fine lines and wrinkles, a milder chemical peel might be ideal for you.
A deep chemical peel is best for you if you want tighter pores, less acne scarring, and healthier-looking skin overall. If your crucial concern is reversing the signs of aging in your face, then a combination treatment using both superficial and deep peels may best suit your needs.
You can combine treatments like Botox or dermal fillers with chemical peels to get even better results than either treatment alone.
These are some of the most noticeable benefits of VI peels:
If you're interested in VI peel in Boston, look no further than Skin Deep Med Spa. Our charming and comfortable atmosphere is unlike any other medical spa in Boston.Our highly trained and experienced staff will treat you with respect and care. They will also make you feel at home. Nothing is stopping you from trying us out; call us today at (617) 826-8232 to schedule an appointment!