VI Peels Colorado Springs CO

Find top doctors who perform VI Peels in Colorado Springs, CO. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Colorado Springs, CO.

Local Businesses

Alfred Clevenger Speirs

1490 W Fillmore St
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Brett Kenneth Matheson

595 Chapel Hills Dr Ste 303
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Charles Gene Hughes

(719) 531-5400
5426 N Academy Blvd #205
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Ronald A Johnson

(719) 623-5502
1665 Briargate Blvd, Ste 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Ellis, Susan S – Perfect Skin

(719) 471-4147
2925 Professional Pl
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Hanson J R Plastic Surg

2727 North Tejon Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

A T Mc Culloch

3585 Van Teylingen Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80917

Turner, Michael

170 S Parkside Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Surratt, Karen – Colorado Springs Cosmetic Surg

(719) 473-2932
555 N Arlington Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80928

Tad Reeve Heinz

3030 N Circle Dr Ste 212
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Aaron Smith

(719) 355-1956
1707 W Charleston Blvd # 190
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Skin Cancer Dermatology Center

(800) 462-1007
595 Chapel Hills Dr, Ste 303
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Gregory Bland

3920 N. Union Blvd – Suite 300
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Marcus, Cheryl

170 S Parkside Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Cahill, Kathy – Ear Nose & Throat

(719) 632-5020
889 Alder Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80928

Douglasraskin F Dr

8685 W Sahara Ave # 180
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Colorado Springs Plastic Surgery Associates Pc

9111 W Russell Rd
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Richard Harbison

(719) 590-9292
830 Tenderfoot Hill Rd Ste 150
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Larry Cole

(719) 275-7485
3245 International Cir Ste 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Institute Of Plastic Surgery

7606 N Union Blvd
7606 N Union Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

VI Peels FAQ in Colorado Springs, CO

How many vi peels do you need to see results?

How long does it take to see results from VI Peel? For optimal results, generally a series of 3-4 VI Peel treatments are needed, however, many patients will see significant results with just one treatment. Peeling typically lasts 7 days and results are generally seen within a week once peeling has subsided.

Can chemical peels make you look older?

Answer: Chemical Peels are Anti-Aging Chemical peels take off the superficial layers of the epidermis. Chemical peels make you look younger and you do not age faster from them. Strict sun avoidance and sunscreens are most important to maintain after chemical peels.

Who is not a candidate for chemical peels?

You may not be a good candidate for chemical peeling if you have: A history of abnormal skin scarring. A naturally dark complexion or skin tone. A tendency to have extra pigmentation of your scars.

What should I avoid after VI Peel?

Do not wash, touch, or apply make-up and/or sunscreen for at least 4 – 6 hours while peel is on the skin. APPLY NOTHING. If you have excessive itching or irritation prior to this time period, you may wash the treated area with a mild cleanser and water. DO NOT rub with anything harsh such as a sponge or a washcloth.

Which is better chemical peel or Botox?

Chemical peels are also popular and they can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, just not as well as BOTOX. The benefit of chemical peels over BOTOX is their ability to lighten scars and even skin tone. Chemical peels involve applying an acid solution to the face.

Will VI Peel remove dark spots?

A Vi Peel can dramatically lessen the appearance of dark spots, age spots, sunspots and sun-damaged skin. Even if you have found the removal of these kinds of hyperpigmentation conditions a problem in the past, the Vi Peel will work wonders.

Can VI Peel burn your face?

In rare cases, sensitive individuals may experience pain, a burning or stinging sensation, swelling, or extreme redness after the VI Peel. If this occurs, you should wash your face with a mild cleanser and cool water. Use of the Post peel moisturizer (included) will soothe redness or irritation.

What should you not do before a VI Peel?

Don’t exfoliate. Since a chemical peel is an in-depth exfoliation, it’s important that you don’t exfoliate for at least 1 week before your appointment. Refrain from using make-up. Avoid the sun. Stay hydrated.

What is better than chemical peel?

Laser treatments are superior to chemical peels in how controllable and precise it is. It’s easier to just target an acne scar or a few spots on the skin with a laser. The laser is also better for deep collagen remodeling. If you are trying to address wrinkles or sagging skin, lasers will be a better option.

What to do after a vi peel?

After peeling begins, apply Vi Derm moisturizer as often as necessary for comfort or to hide any sloughing of the skin. This will also aide in elimination of picking the peeling skin. Refrain from picking the skin so redness, irritation and hyper pigmentation do not occur. You may resume your regular skin care regimen.