One superb way to get smoother and more radiant looking skin can be done through the use of chemical peel treatment. This VI peel treatment can help smooth out fine lines and wrinkles around the face that come with aging.
Not only does it tackle wrinkles and lines, but it also helps improve the quality of skin by getting rid of rough texture. Here’s what you need to know about VI peels and how they can benefit you.
What Is a VI Chemical Peel?
The VI peel helps improve the appearance of skin and reduce imperfections on the skin such as uneven skin tones, sun damage, sun sports, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and more. The peel is typically applied to the neck, face, and chest. The peel works to smooth out skin texture and really bring out the shine.
Are IV Chemical Peels Painful?
Many people hear about chemical peels and assume that this treatment would cause burning or stinging, but in reality it isn’t painful at all. The use of chemical peels is very common and they’re even considered to be gentle for those with sensitive skin.
IV peels work to remove the first layer of dead skin using ingredients such as Salicylic Acid, Phenol, and Ascorbic Acid. These ingredients are safe and gentle on the skin, and work hard to cleanse your pores and remove impurities from the skin.
What Are The Benefits?
People love IV chemical peel treatments because it leaves your skin feeling brand new, which is exactly what the chemical peel works to do. As we age, the rate at which our cells renew themselves decreases, and getting a IV chemical peel treatment helps to speed that process up. This reveals the layer of healthy brand new skin that is waiting to appear, underneath the layer of dead surface skin cells.
Revitalize Your Skin With Us!
One of the easiest ways of keeping your skin youthful and healthy is by scheduling an appointment with a dermatologist. Dr. Shondra Smith’s practice, located in Lake Charles, LA, can help you do just that.
Having graduated from some of the best medical programs in the country, Dr.Smith is also board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and has been involved in clinical research since 1994.