Peels can be a great way to improve your skin’s appearance and health. Chances are, no matter what your skin type or condition, you could benefit from a facial peel. However, how do you know which one is right for you? Let’s take a look at the difference between a Jet Peel and a Vi Peel.
Great for all skin types, the Jet Peel is an all natural skin treatment that dramatically improves your skin’s appearance along with your skin texture. You will notice results after your very first session.
Think of the Jet Peel as a super gentle pressure washing of your skin. That may sound scary but it’s actually virtually painless. A combination of water, oxygen, and antioxidant supplements enter your skin at supersonic speed. This helps unclog pores and remove and buildup on your skin. This treatment also causes micro-circulation. Your skin will appear more youthful and smooth.
The condition of your skin will determine the number of sessions you’ll have. You can expect to have 14 to 30 days between treatments. Maintenance sessions will help maintain your skin’s clarity. Rest assured, there is no downtime from this procedure.
While most commonly used to treat the face, neck, and decollete, the Jet Peel can be used to treat any part of the body that requires deep cleansing and hydration.
What makes the Jet Peel different from other peels is that it doesn’t just work on the surface of the skin, it actually promotes cellular growth and repair.
The Vi Peel will give you younger-looking, radiant skin in about a week. It’s suitable for all skin types. It improves the overall tone, texture and clarity of your skin. It reduces age spots, freckles, and melasma. It can reduce or sometimes even eliminate acne scars and it stimulates the production of collagen, giving you firmer, more youthful skin. The Vi Peel is virtually painless and requires little downtime.
Unlike the Jet Peel, the Vi Peel should only be done 3 to 4 times per year. For extremely damaged skin, the Vi Peel may initially be done once a month to get a quicker desired result.
What makes the Vi Peel different is that it combines the strongest and most effective acids, yet it’s virtually painless and requires little downtime. With the Vi Peel you will notice a light peel that starts around day 3 and is usually done by the end of day 7. You can use a moisturizer to hide the peeling effectively. Normal activities can be resumed immediately with the exception of heavy sweating.
Which Peel Will You Choose
This is just an overview of each peel but it should give you a general idea of what to expect with both the Jet Peel and the Vi Peel. To find out more and determine which option would be best for you, schedule a consultation with one of our licensed aestheticians today. We love to help our clients achieve their skin health goals.