Washington DC Dermatology’s VI Peel
The aggressive, but amazingly gentle VI Peel works without the side effects or downtime of other chemical peels. This revolutionary peel is virtually painless, safe for all skin types; it requires little to no downtime. Schedule this on your lunch break and the Vi Peel is a quick procedure that can be done within 15 minutes.
Are you looking for a great chemical peel that can change the texture, reduce hyperpigmentation and clear acne?
Radiant skin is the end result of VI Peel representing the next generation of chemical exfoliatents. With each treatment you will receive a specially formulated post peel kit which essential for your treatments success. Washington DC Dermatology offers the different types of VI Peels, good for all skin types, each being modified for each patient’s condition. For example: acne/acne scars, hyperpigmentation and other issues that can benefit with this treatment. VI Peels consist of synergistic blended ingredients, which allows for a virtually painless procedure.
Vi Peels can improve the overall appearance of your skin reducing or eliminating:
The Areas Of Your Skin That Could Be Treated:
The treatment begins with the VI Peel solution (which contains retinoic acid) is applied to the area of skin chosen. After two applications of the solutions , each patient will be given a follow up kit that contains post peel towelettes, facial wash, sun screen moisturizer. IT IS IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS. The towelettes are essential for keeping the peel active in eliminating unwanted skin damages, acne scars, etc. and to continuously stimulate production of collagen for firmer skin. The facial wash is gentle to keep area clean, with the sunscreen moisturizer to be the skin protected,
We recommend a series of two to four treatments for moderate to more severe cases . Call us today to schedule your skin consultation.
*Please Note: VI Peel cannot be performed on patients who are pregnant or nursing. VI Peel can’t be used on patients with inflamed skin, warts, or active herpes simplex; or anyone taking medications that make them sensitive to the sun or light. Example medications (but are not limited to): Retin-A and its derivatives, Accutane, Isotretonin, etc. Always inform our medical staff if you are allergic to aspirin or phenol medications.
PRACTICE HOURS: Monday - Thursday:
9 am to 5 pm