Where To Buy VI Peel?

Aug. 04, 2020 9:34 am | by Dr. M. Tahsini

VI Peel in Torrance and Palos Verdes


Where To Buy a VI Peel? 

Chemical peels, like the VI Peel, are powerful skincare tools. Chemical peels can dramatically enhance the texture, tone, and clarity of your skin with no pain and a short downtime. However, getting a chemical peel is not something you want to do at home, or in shady places with amazing deals!


We are talking about a chemical peel that needs skill and precision to perform, and that you should never compromise. So if you are wondering where to purchase VI Peels, first you must know what to consider when opting in for a VI Peel treatment. As always, if you do your research, you can make a better decision when it’s time to shop.


We felt bored and we did the research for you! Read on!


How Does a VI Peel Work?

VI Peel results begin to show after only one session, but are they permanent? One of the joys of the VI Peel is how quickly you start to see results. You start to see the VI Peel working after only one session. After your first session, you’ll begin to see:


  • Improved texture

  • Reduced age spots and hyper-pigmentation

  • Softer fine lines and wrinkles

  • Reduced acne scars

  • Frimer, more youthful skin



Are VI Peel Results Permanent?

VI Peel results aren’t permanent because, like all chemical peels, they focus on cellular regeneration, which happens naturally every eight weeks. However, once you reach maintenance mode, you can see the full benefits of these peels by scheduling three or four treatments a year.


When Do I Start to Peel after a VI Peel?

There is a little bit of downtime required to protect your skin when it’s in a vulnerable state right after a chemical peel. Your face will likely be red or tan in the days after the peel, and if you have any hyperpigmentation or scars, then those areas may need to be under a darker shade than usual. You’ll start peeling around day 2, and the process should wind down by day 6 or 7.


Once you stop peeling, your skin will take four days to restore itself. It may be sensitive during this period, but you can wear make-up as long as you moisturize and apply SPF. You’ll start to see the full VI Peel results in 12-14 days after your treatment date.


How Long Will My VI Peel Results Last?

Peels work quickly, but they aren’t a one-and-done treatment. To see the best results, you need to keep up your skincare routine. With careful maintenance and getting the right facial treatments, you’ll need your peel every three or four months.

If you want peels to fix skin damage or to heal acne, then you can be getting peels more frequently, such as once every few weeks. Once you reach maintenance mode, you can then begin to schedule your VI Peels three to four times each year.

How Long Do I Peel With VI Peel?

Not everyone peels, but most would between Day 2 and day 5. The longest time one can peel after a VI Peel is about days.


Where to Purchase VI Peel?

Chemical peels like the VI Peel improve cell turnover to provide you with younger and even skin with no needles and minimal downtime. You’ll see your full VI Peel results in around 12-14 days after your treatment, and you only need one peel to notice a real difference in your skin. But not everyone is skilled enough to do so, or even to choose the right VI Peel treatment for you.


You should be able to trust your provider to get VI Peels directly from The Vitality Institute, and not from resellers who may tamper with the product. Furthermore, your provider should store peels in a medical facility where the storage standards are at a medical-grade and not a regular store. This is to ensure the needed product quality before using the VI Peel kit. Last but not least, your provider must work in a medical facility and be licensed to perform such delicate treatments. Never opt-in for amazingly low prices when it comes to your skincare.




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