Achieving firm, toned, and even skin can be a complex task. A VI body peel can give you a flawless look that you've likely been trying to obtain with cream at home.
The reason people can't usually achieve this on their own is because the skin cells need to regenerate, which is what happens as a result of a chemical body peel.
Our Dedham Chemical Peel experts are well-versed in several areas of cosmetic procedures, along with non-surgical rejuvenation. With the wealth of knowledge and experience our practitioners offer, you can be assured you’re in good hands and the dream look of your skin you’ve been wanting can be achieved.
A chemical peel is a treatment that uses a solution with proven ingredients to remove the outer layer of skin.
The newer, rejuvenated skin is cleansed and then treated with a solution that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new skin is typically softer.
VI Body Peels provide a unique proprietary blend of ingredients, including Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Trichloroacetic Acid, Mandelic Acid, and Phenol. Under 15% of each ingredient is included in the blend. Additionally, the unique formula contains hydrating and soothing components in the form of Aloe and Allantoin.
The uses for these peels are numerous. Some of the options include:
VI Body Peel Treatments are a non-invasive, pain-free, and first-of-its-kind treatment that helps promote and stimulate collagen production and an increase in cellular turnover, giving it an anti-aging quality. Addressing troubled areas with VI Peels can offer you smoother, more youthful, and more radiant skin in a single treatment.
VI peel is safe and effective to use on all types, textures, and skin tones. It's a peel for every body.
There are many benefits to getting a body peel. Here are just a few:
The VI Body Peel is suitable for most people and can treat a range of skin concerns. Most people tend to be ideal candidates for treatment. It can be one of the safest body peels for those with olive, medium, or deep skin tones, which usually have an increased risk of hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation from a chemical peel.
Women that are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid chemical peels. If you have sunburned, broken, or skin wounds, you should wait until your skin heals before a body peel.
The VI Peel is a simple and straightforward procedure that takes less than an hour.
First, you will be asked to lie down on a comfortable treatment bed. A sheet will be provided for your modesty. Your aesthetician will then clean your skin before applying the solution.
After the solution has been applied, you will be able to go home with the peel on. You’ll be given at-home care instructions, so follow these as recommended. There is no downtime required after a VI Body Peel, so you can go about your day as usual.
We recommend a series of peels for optimal results. The results of our VI Body Peels are long-lasting. You will see a noticeable difference in the appearance of your skin, with firmer, tighter, more toned skin.
Cellulite and stretch marks will be reduced, and circulation will be increased. You will also enjoy detoxification benefits, as the peel helps to remove toxins from your body.
If you are looking for a way to improve the appearance of your skin, a VI Body Peel at our Dedham Med Spa may be just what you need. This simple and straightforward procedure is perfect for busy people who want to look their best and have long-lasting results.
If you're interested in learning more about VI Body Chemical Peels Dedham aestheticians at Dedham Medical Aesthetics can answer your questions or address any concerns you may have during a consultation. Contact our office today to schedule. We would be happy to help you decide if this treatment is right for you.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best chemical peel for the body will vary depending on your individual skin type and concerns.
However, we recommend the VI Peel for most people as it is a safe and effective body peel that can treat a range of skin concerns. If you have olive, medium, or deep skin tones, the VI Peel may be especially beneficial as it is one of the safest body peels for those with an increased risk of hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation.
Most people can safely get a body chemical peel every four to six weeks. However, we recommend that you speak to your aesthetician beforehand to ensure that this is the right interval for you and your skin type.
The results you achieve with an at-home body peel will not be as dramatic as those you would achieve with a professional full-body peel. This is because at-home peels typically contain lower concentrations of active ingredients than professional peels, so they are not as effective.
The cost of a full-body chemical peel will vary depending on the type of peel you choose and the clinic you visit.
A body chemical peel can be a good treatment for hyperpigmentation, as it helps to lighten dark patches of skin.
Contact us today to schedule your appointment with our incredible staff at Dedham Medical Aesthetics. Take your first steps to a more beautiful you.
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