Vitalize Peel

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he Vitalize Peel is a popular chemical peel that is designed to fight the signs of age, and improve the appearance of the skin. It is a minimally invasive Peel that improves skin tone and texture and decreases skin discoloration. The Peel gets rid of dirt, oil, and environmental toxins, to restore a youthful skin tone. The Vitalize Peel is made up of several skin rejuvenating ingredients including resorcinol, lactic acid, and salicylic acid. It is a safe and effective treatment that is suitable for all skin types. The Peel can deal with skin issues such as acne, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and melasma. The Peel can be customized to handle specific skin conditions.

How does it work?

The procedure takes about 15 minutes and can be done without anesthetic. However, when the Peel is placed on the skin, patients will feel a tingling and burning sensation. Up to 3 layers of treatment may be applied, but this depends on the condition of your skin.
There is no downtime, so you are free to resume normal activities immediately after the Peel.  The skin starts to shed about 2 days after application, and this process lasts for about 2-3 days. A series of 5-6 treatments is recommended for best results.

Are you a good candidate?

If you are in good overall health and would like to renew your skin, but you’re not quite ready for surgery, the Vitalize Peel would be a good option for you.

Vitalize Peel results

Patients will see a visible improvement in skin tone and texture after just one treatment. Skin is also healthier and more youthful. Tightness will also improve, as the Vitalize Peel stimulates collagen production.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Vitalize Peel, please contact Awaken Aesthetics to set up a consultation by calling (310) 791-2233 or by completing the form on this page. Awaken Aesthetics serves the Torrance & South Bay, CA areas.

*Individual results may vary

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