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VI Peel 
Customized Chemical Peel Treatment at Nuderma Health & Med Spa


VI Peel

This is a type of chemical peel that is, perhaps, the best kind of chemical peel because the application is fast and painless.  It is a medium depth peel.  This chemical peel is professionally formulated to produce max results with the least downtime.  A medium deptThe skin cells can build up over time, causing blemishes, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone. Chemical peels safely strip away dead skin cells to reveal fresh, healthy skin underneath. Men and women in Raleigh and surrounding communities trust Nuderma Health & Med Spa  for refreshing chemical peels. 

#1 Chemical Peel: The VI Peel

VI Peel is specially formulated to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging, while also improving the texture, tone, and clarity of your skin. Our experienced team of professionals can customize your VI Peel to match your individual skin type and needs. With our help, you can achieve brighter, healthier, and more youthful-looking skin. Book an appointment today to experience the VI Peel!

Benefits of VI Peel at Nuderma Health & Med Spa

VI peels can be used to treat many issues with the skin including:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines

  • Acne and acne scars

  • Blemishes

  • Scars

  • Dry, flaking skin

  • Uneven skin pigmentation

  • Sun damage

  • Some pre-cancerous growths

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What should I know about VI Peel?

Expect to have a few days of “social downtime,” starting three to five days after the treatment when your skin starts to peel—especially if you get the stronger VI Peel Precision formula. 

Peeling or picking off flaking skin could leave you at risk for infection or scarring, so resist the urge. 

People with acne-prone skin may have new breakouts, commonly called purging, following the treatment. “The VI Peel can cause blemishes to surface, but the solution will purify blemish-prone skin and clear up the acne below the surface as well as light acne scars.

It’s not uncommon to experience post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation two or three weeks following treatment. It can make discoloration you’re trying to treat (such as melasma) temporarily darker, but it’s rarely permanent. The pigmentation often fades away on its own, but it can also be treated with certain laser treatments. 


Some people need several treatments to see the full benefits, and this treatment can be down 2-3 times per year.

Select your VI Peel

A VI Peel can treat a variety of skin concerns, and most people.  It’s one of the safest peels for people with olive, medium, or deep skin tones, who are usually at a higher risk of hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation from chemical peels. 

There are five types of VI peels, each suitable to a specific set of skin conditions. 

  • VI Peel - the original formula, contains a signature combination of TCA, retinoic acid, salicylic acid, phenol, and vitamin C. It also contains an anesthetic, to reduce discomfort. 

  • VI Peel Precision has higher concentrations of the above active ingredients, making the formula 25% stronger and more effective at treating signs of aging. 

  • VI Peel Precision Plus adds hydroquinone and kojic acid, ingredients known for lightening dark spots. It’s used to treat sunspots, age spots, and other hyperpigmentation issues like melasma. 

  • VI Peel Purify is formulated for acne-prone skin. It has benzoyl peroxide and hydrocortisone, to target both acne and inflammation. 

  • VI Peel Purify with Precision Plus combines the acne-fighting ingredients in the Purify formula with the brightening ingredients in the Precision Plus formula, offering a two-pronged approach to more severe acne scarring and skin damage. 

Your provider will help you determine which formula is best for your skin concerns and how many treatment sessions you’re likely to need for optimal results.

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