A professional treatment that rejuvenates your skin
What Is A Chemical Peel?
The Vivier Chemical Peel is designed to regenerate and rejuvenate your skin. It is a professional, gentle, and effective option to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while minimizing the look of dilated pores, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, acne, and scarring. With micro-exfoliation the Vivier peel promotes cell renewal, clarity, and radiance making your skin glow.
Procedure Time: 30 minutes
Recovery Time: Approximately 1 week, you may experience peeling and flaking of the skin.
Pain Level: None
Number of Sessions Required: 3 sessions are recommended to achieve maximum benefits.
Results: Typically seen 2 weeks post treatment, once the skin has had time to heal and slough off.
Side Effects: These can range from redness, swelling, and scabbing, to changes in skin colour or infection. Following post procedure instructions is important.
Treatment not recommended if...you are pregnant, nursing, have inflamed acne, a sunburn, or are on Acutane.
Chemical Peel Questions Answered
What does a Chemical
It removes dead skin cells and helps regenerate the skin.
What should I avoid after
a Chemical Peel?
-sun exposure (it can damage your skin)
-picking the skin as it peels
-dehydration (drink water and moiturize)
-wearing makeup immediately after
What happens if I break outafter a Chemical Peel?
This can be a common occurrence as your skin purges. It is important not to pick the breakouts and let them heal on their own.
What's the difference
and a Chemical Peel?
A Chemical Peel is a chemical exfoliant and Microdermabrasion is physical.
How often can I get a Chemical Peel?
Ideally every 4-6 weeks, in line with cell turnover.
How is a Chemical
After the skin is cleansed and prepped, the solution is applied in layers (2-3 passes). You are sent home to let the peel self neutralize. Then you wash your face that night or the next morning and wait for results.