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the VI

  • 10 Million skin peel transformations

  • #1 Chemical Peel in the industry

  • Medium-depth peel

  • Safe for all skin types and tones

  • Painless

  • Proven to accelerate the results from

    injectables, lasers, microneedling, PRP and other treatment combinations

VI Chemical Peel: face and body 

Chemical Peels remove the outer layers of skin to enhance the appearance as well as improve its functionality. They create controlled damage to the skin, exfoliate dead skin cells, stimulate cell renewal, and regenerate dermal structures. Chemical Peels are classified based on their depth of penetration, from very superficial (stratum corneum) to deep (reticular dermis). The depth of penetration is based on the type(s) of peeling agents as well as their percentages. In addition, the acid pH, application technique, quantity applied, skin preparation, and skin type also affect how deep the chemical peel will penetrate.


Retinoic Acid

This powerhouse acid penetrates the skin, inhibiting melanin production and increasing cell turnover.


Trichloroacetic Acid

TCA drives the blend deeper and targets signs of aging by boosting collagen and exfoliating the skin.


Salicylic Acid

Salicylic acid prevents in ammation by killing bacteria, suppresses sebum production, and cleanses the pore lining.



This is the secret weapon that numbs the skin, allowing for a painless application.


Ascorbic Acid

A powerful antioxidant that reverses free radicals, evens skin tone, and helps prevent future damage.

the power


Single-Acid peels inherently treat a limited number of conditions. For example, a straight
TCA peel is amazing at combating the signs of aging. Unfortunately, obtaining impactful results requires a high percentage of TCA. Not only is it painful, but treatment will also be limited to Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-III.


Blended peels have an ability to not only address a patient’s primary concern, but will also simultaneously address any secondary skin conditions he or she may have as well.

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Research Shows

Peels are recommended in a series of 3 for optimal results. 

Aftercare included to promote hydration and healing. 


Schedule 2 weeks prior to any events to allow for  7 day peel (dry/flaking up to 10) process and optimal healing. 

                          Appointment length: 30minutes.

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