Chemical Peels Houston
ViPeel Precision Plus
VI Peel Precision Plus combats pigmentation with our Lighten Booster and fast acting Brightening Booster. This powerhouse formula effectively suppresses melanogenesis and promotes rapid cell turnover for improved skin tone.
For Skin Concerns
- UV Induced Pigmentation
- Sun Damage
- Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
- Exfoliates and helps diminish pigmentation and textural damage to restore skin to its natural health
- Effectively penetrates damaged areas
- Promotes rapid cell turnover
- Safe for all skin types
- Medium-depth peel
- Results within 7 days
- Safe to use for all Fitzpatrick types I-VI
ToxBooster™ VI Peel Treatment
A combined, same-day treatment that involves the safe, painless, custom VI Peel as prescribed by your practitioner in conjunction with a Neurotoxin injectable to enhance and extend beneficial results. Boost the results of your injection service, increase collagen production, reduce sun damage, and improve overall tone and texture – all in one visit!
For Skin Concerns:
- Fine Lines & Wrinkles
- Sun Damage & Pigmentation
- Uneven Tone & Texture
- Acne / Acne Scarring
Chemical Peel FAQ
Are Chemical Peels Safe?
When performed by a certified professional, a chemical peel is a safe and effective procedure. During your consultation at Bayview Plastic Surgery, our team will take the time to examine your skin and ask you about the specific aesthetic skin issues that you have to help determine if a chemical peel is the right choice for you.
What are the Benefits of a Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels can be used to treat a wide variety of common skin concerns. There are a variety of different types of chemical peels that each offer unique benefits. Chemical peels can help to stimulate collagen and elastin production to help tighten and strengthen skin. They can also address issues like acne, dry skin, fine lines, hyperpigmentation, poor skin texture, sun damage, age spots, and more.
Do Chemical Peels Hurt?
Chemical peels vary in intensity, ranging from light peels to deep peels. Light peels produce the least amount of discomfort and are recommended for first time treatments to see if chemical peels are right for you. Deep chemical peels can produce a fair amount of discomfort.
How Many Chemical Peels Do I Need?
Some chemical peels can be a great addition to any skin care routine. Lighter peels can be performed more frequently and can help to maintain clear and healthy skin. Some specific skin issues require more than one chemical peel to properly treat.
What Is the Cost of a Chemical Peel?
The cost of a chemical peel will vary based on the type of peel used. At Bayview Plastic Surgery, we offer several types of chemical peels that can provide you with excellent results. During your consultation, our team can go over the options we offer as well as the cost of each chemical peel.