Has your summer fun in the sun taken a toll on your skin? Don’t watch as signs of aging take over and define your face. Want the best way to fight aging skin quickly and simply? One word: ViPeel.
If you’re feeling frustrated by unwanted signs of aging or skin imperfections like pigmentation and large pores, then the ViPeel could be the solution you need.
What is the ViPeel?
The ViPeel is a chemical peel that forces old, dull, and damaged skin cells to shed and make way for the healthier, younger skin underneath. The chemicals used in the ViPeel include trichloroacetic acid, Retin-A, salicylic acid, phenol, and vitamin C. Each of these ingredients has a specific purpose. They work together to help your skin repair signs of aging and take on a radiant glow.
Why Does the ViPeel Work?
The ViPeel is gentle yet powerful. It qualifies as a medical grade chemical peel, which means it can target issues like fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation. Yet the ViPeel is also gentle enough to work on all skin types, even in sensitive areas like under the eyes and on the neck.
The Magic Is In the Formula
The ViPeel ingredients are specially formulated to battle the aging process and stimulate powerful skin rejuvenation.
Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) penetrates deep down into the skin to target scars and stimulate collagen growth. This is essential since an abundance of collagen helps the skin heal and renew. Retin-A, meanwhile, is an acid derived from vitamin A. It is famous for its ability to fight wrinkles. Salicylic Acid is an exfoliant to pull out the bacteria clogging your pores, while vitamin C supplements the Salicylic Acid with antioxidant power.
All of these ingredients work together to promote cellular turnover, refine the surface of your skin, and restore your youthful radiance.
Get Your Results In Seven Days
These dramatic results appear in only seven days, and the process is virtually painless! Your skin will look brand new. What signs of aging?
Call (813) 377-2081 to make your ViPeel appointment at Landon Plastic Surgery today.