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What is Laser Hair Removal

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What is Laser Hair Removal

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Vi Chemical Peel is natural skin rejuvenation since the main purpose of this procedure is to damage the top skin layer on the face, which leads to exfoliation of dead skin particles and enhances the natural regeneration of skin cells. Before the start of the procedure, the master examines the face and selects the necessary peeling agent. Choosing a specific type of peeling, as well as properly appointed post-peeling care, are crucial for a successful result.

At the end of the chemical peeling, the cosmetologist applies soothing and moisturizing agents onto the skin. Then, during the following 2 weeks, it’s necessary to limit sun exposure on the skin and use special cosmetics in order not to provoke any side effects. Since Vi Chemical Peel is not a direct procedure, but only starts the renewal process in the skin, the final result will be noticeable in 2-3 weeks – so much time will be required for the skin restructuring. To achieve the best effect, chemical peelings are recommended to be carried out 2 times a year.

The advantage of this method is a deep impact, and, as a result, a long-lasting result. In order to avoid burns, chemical peels are not recommended in the summer. After any type of peeling, whether it is a laser or an acidic effect, the skin becomes injured, becomes more sensitive to environmental influences.

According to the degree of exposure, facial peels can be superficial, medium and deep. With superficial peeling, only the upper, already dead skin cells are removed. As a result, the earthy tint disappears, the complexion is restored, and the skin becomes smooth and delicate. Middle peeling removes the entire surface of the stratum corneum, “awakens” the skin, makes it work harder, which provides a rejuvenating effect. Deep peeling suggests removing the entire epidermal layer of the skin.