Aug 16, 2019

We do understand how essential it becomes to keep your skin at its best. Today there are a variety of peels available that guarantee you the desired result. One amongst them is the Chemical Peel/VI Peel.

The pollution that your skin faces every day can make it weary. A skin care routine may not be able to deal with your everyday skin problems. So, a VI Peel has much to offer to you.

The VI Peel is a blend of five different acids to exfoliate the skin. These acids are Trichloroacetic acid, Retinoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Phenol and L-Ascorbic Acid. These acids have a combined effect on your skin to make it all fresh and daisy. They have individual benefits on the skin and a combined benefit of them all can have an amazing effect.

It is important to know that there is some downtime associated with the VI Peel. A time of 3 to 5 days is needed when it is applied on the face. Then there is a requirement of peeling at least for a period of 3 to 5 days. A time frame of 5 to 7 days of peeling is needed when it is applied on the body.

Since the VI Peel is a blend of five different acids, it is quite normal that you will feel itchiness. This itchiness is scattered all over your face and body, depending upon its application. However, your itchiness will go away with time over a period of 3 to 5 days.

During the procedure, you are advised not to step out in the sun. The VI Peel also consists of L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C). A combined effect of both the sun and this acid can have a deprecating effect on your skin. If you have a problem of skin hyperpigmentation, it might become even worse.

If carried out properly, a VI Peel can be a one-stop solution for your perpetual skin problems. However, if not done sceptically, it may do you more harm. So, it is suggested that the entire procedure is carried out by experienced dermatologists. To know more, you can visit Dr. Marta Recasens’ Medispa.

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