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Chemical Peel

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.

The Details

Procedure Time:  30 minutes

Anesthesia: None

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 are pregnant, nursing, have inflamed acne, a sunburn, or are on Acutane.

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Chemical Peel Before & After

Vivier Chemical peel before and after

Chemical Peel Questions Answered

What does a Chemical
Peel do?

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 
between Microdermabrasion
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
Peel done?

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.

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