Soften fine lines and wrinkles, even out your skin tone, and fade age spots, acne scarring, and sun damage with a VI Peel, a #1 choice in chemical peels. The skilled estheticians at Center for Women’s Health in Sugar Land, Wharton, and Richmond, Texas, offer this chemical peel made from a blend of powerful ingredients to clarify and rejuvenate your complexion. To find out how a VI Peel can help you regain healthy, radiant skin, call the office or request an appointment online today.
The VI Peel is a high-quality chemical peel, which is a facial treatment to slough off dead cells and reveal fresh new cells. A VI Peel improves the tone, texture, and clarity of your skin while also providing anti-aging benefits.
A VI Peel is subdermal, meaning it peels away surface damage and lightens underneath damage. The effects are much more effective than those produced by superficial “lunchtime” peels.
If you’re bothered by uneven skin tone, irregular skin texture, or the signs of aging, a VI Peel may be right for you. With its variety of formulations, the superior chemical peel addresses a number of skin issues, including:
VI Peels reduce the effects aging has on your skin. After a thorough evaluation of your skin and aesthetic goals, your esthetician can determine if a VI Peel is the best treatment for you.
You’ll see some positive results from a VI Peel at the Center for Women’s Health in as few as seven days. Optimal results appear in 4-6 weeks, as new collagen and skin cells develop and boost your skin’s health.
After the initial treatment, you’ll experience a “peeling” process. During this time, you’ll notice exfoliation-like effects in which the top layers of your skin and dead skin cells slough away.
Once the sloughing effects of the peel are complete, you’re left with soft, supple skin that radiates a youthful glow.
In addition to helping you achieve a glowing complexion, VI Peels contain ingredients that supply your skin with ample vitamins and minerals to thoroughly nourish your cells.
A VI Peel requires no special preconditioning and has a relatively short downtime. It’s a noninvasive procedure, meaning no incisions, injections, or blood loss.
To schedule your VI Peel, call the Center for Women’s Health or request an appointment using the online tool.
*Individual results may vary.