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Vitalize Peel in Wilmette Area– Exfoliate Your Facial Skin With Non-invasive Treatment

If you want to get rid of most facial blemishes, consider Vitalize Peel. This is a non-surgical treatment composed of mild chemicals that will leave your skin rejuvenated. The procedure takes about 20 -50 minutes depending on your condition and does not require the use of any anesthesia as it is pain-free. A board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon should perform the procedure for you considering the procedural steps used in the treatment. Skin Deep Medical Spa is near Wilmette and is a state-of-the-art facility operated by Dr. Bloch, a renowned cosmetic plastic surgeon that offers safe Vitalize Peel treatments. To request an appointment online go to

SkinMedica vitalize peel for mild to moderate skin imperfections

The SkinMedica Vitalize Peel is a three step chemical exfoliation procedure composed of salicylic acid, lactic acid, resorcinol and a retinol solution designed to address mild to moderate skin imperfections such as sun-damage, melasma, fine lines and wrinkles, acne, acne scarring, uneven skin tone and texture.

The Vitalize Peel is safe for all skin types(from fair skin to dark skin tones). A series of 3-6 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart(since results are cumulative), in addition to, a supportive home care regimen will yield optimal results.

Does Vitalize Peel have any risks or precautions?

Vitalize Peel is among the safest skin treatments that you can consider with very few risks. Some of these include skin redness and increased sensitivity after treatment. These side effects are considered mild as they fade away after a few hours following treatment.

Your aesthetician will however not allow you to have Vitalize Peel treatment if you are pregnant, have active cold sores and aspirin allergies or if you are using some Chemotherapy medications. Informing your doctor about your health or medical history during your consultation will not put you to any risk after treatment.

Before you get a chemical peel

Tell your doctor if you have any history of scarring, cold sores that keep coming back, or facial X-rays.

Before you get a chemical peel, your doctor may ask you to stop taking certain drugs and prepare your skin by using other medications, such as Retin-A, Renova, or glycolic acid. The doctor may also prescribe antibiotics or antiviral drugs.

Work with your doctor to determine the depth of your peel. This decision depends upon the condition of your skin and your goals for treatment.

Ask your doctor in advance whether you will need to have someone drive you home after your peel.

How is recovery from Vitalize Peel like?

After Vitalize Peel treatment, you will be able to go back to work on the same day of treatment. You may also wait for the peeling process to complete which takes 4 to 7 days before you resume work. Your aesthetician will discourage you from wearing makeup until the peeling has ceased. Using a moisturizer on your skin will help in flattening the feathery appearance of peeling skin. After about a week, your face will look young and free of fine lines and blemishes. You can then continue applying your makeup as usual. Touch up treatments can be done according to your physician’s guidelines to brighten up your skin.

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