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VI Peel Body

by Vitality Institute

Get Glowing and Keep Glowing™ with a VI Peel! The #1 Chemical Peel for dermatologists, plastic surgeons, nurses, and estheticians worldwide is designed to target pigmentation, acne, and aging.

Designed for The Body

Welcome to a breakthrough body peel that will revolutionize body skin treatments. VI Peel Body is the first and ONLY professional-grade body peel for all skin types and tones that is specifically designed to reduce pigmentation, clear body acne, fade surgical scars, and smooth away stretch marks.

The First of Its Kind

Formulated specifically for the needs of the body, the VI Peel Body is enhanced with protective ingredients to nurture the skin while designed with a stronger ability to tackle thicker epidermis. VI Peel has improved patient experience compared to other peels – with shorter post-peel periods, fewer treatments needed, and more visible peeling.

The VI Peel Body works in 4 unique ways. The peel exfoliates dead surface cells instantly (Glycolic Acid), hydrates and lightens pigment as it firms (Lactic Acid), penetrates to target texture, pigment, acne, and wrinkles (Trichloroacetic Acid), and suppresses pigment and reduces oil production (Mandelic Acid).

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Additional VI Peel Treatment Information:

Follow the instructions provided in the aftercare booklet and/or download the VI Peel App.

Normal side effects include but are not limited to redness, mild stinging, dryness, mild itching.

During the 7-10 days post-peel:

  • Use the Retinoic Serum morning and night until flaking or peeling begins, then immediately discontinue use.
  • Use the Post Treatment Repair Cream anytime skin feels dry or itchy.
  • Avoid hot water on the treated area. Lukewarm water is best.
  • When cleansing the area, use only your fingertips and avoid washcloths, loofahs, or anything abrasive.
    Cleanse the skin using a gentle cleanser with no fragrance or active ingredients
    (VI Derm Gentle Purifying Cleanser, Dove, Cetaphil, etc.).
  • Avoid direct sun exposure on treated areas.
  • Use SPF 50+ on treated areas when outdoors, including while driving.
  • Avoid sweat-inducing environments until peeling begins. This includes aerobic exercise, saunas, etc.
  • Wear loose-fitting, cotton-based products on the treated area.
  • If any products in the post-peel kit sting or irritate beyond your tolerance reach out to your
    practitioner for options to use instead.

Flaking/Peeling typically begins 5-7 days after the peel is applied. When this begins, remember the following:

•Skin will feel tight or dry right before it peels.
• Do not pick, pull, or roll the skin as this could lead to significant irritation and possible hyperpigmentation and scarring.
• Peeling may look like light flaking, sheet peeling, or may be barely visible to the naked eye. The amount of visible peeling you
will experience varies greatly. You will peel as much as your skin needs to peel.

Flaking/Peeling may last 3-7 days and varies from person to person. If any products in your Patient Aftercare Kit
sting or irritate beyond your tolerance, stop and reach out to your practitioner.

  • Shaving can be resumed after the peeling process is complete.
  • Waxing can be resumed two weeks after the peeling process is complete.
  • Exfoliating products can be resumed one week after peeling process is complete.
  • Swimming/Pools can be resumed after peeling process is complete.
  • Scheduling the Next VI Peel Body: VI Peel Body treatments should be scheduled every 4-6 weeks (for best results)

All VI Peels are safe for use on all Fitzpatrick Skin Types. Therefore, a patient’s skin tone does not determine safety. The following list of contraindications does determine safety in proceeding with a VI Peel. 

Patients who have the following conditions are not candidates for a VI Peel:

  • Patients who have an asperin, phenol, or hydroquinone allergy.
  • Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Patients who have used oral isotretinoin (Accutane) within the past six months.
  • Patients who have active cold sores, warts, and open wounds.
  • Patients with a history of herpes simplex must be pre-treated with an antiviral.
  • Patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy within six months.
  • Patients with a history of an autoimmune or liver disease/disorder, as well as any condition that may weaken their immune system. This is not an absolute contraindication. Prior to proceeding, ensure that medical clearance has been provided by the patient’s specialist or your medical director, as delays in healing may occur.
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