Chemical Peels Vivier

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Chemical Peels

We offer a range of chemical peels: Vivier, Jessner and The Perfect Peel. They provide excellent exfoliation. Choosing the best peel for your skin and for the results you are seeking is something we will consult with you about. 

 Some common questions for these peels.

1. Is it Safe?

Chemical peels range from mild to deep in terms of depth and grade. At Jova we offer mild and moderate chemical peels that include safe, effective and FDA/Health Canada approved ingredients. When applied by a trained and qualified medical practitioner, chemical peels are a great way to address various skin concerns.

2. How Long Does the Treatment Take?

On average a chemical peel will take 30-60 minutes from start to finish.

3. How Long Do the Treatment Results Last?

Most clients will start to peel on day 3 post treatment up to day 7. Noticeable results will be seen at this time and the effects can last for months. Chemical peels are best done every few months as the seasons change or as prescribed by your skin care consultant.

4. Is it Painful?

Clients may feel a slight stinging during the treatment but this is temporary and quite tolerable. We like to described chemical peels as feeling ‘spicy’. The skin can feel a bit tight and dry during the week following your treatment but this improves and the new skin emerges.


What is a Chemical Peel with Vivier Skincare?

The Vivier Brilliance Peel is a gentle yet effective peel that helps brighten and tighten your skin leaving you feeling radiant and glowing! This professional facial treatment contains a unique combination and concentration of pharmaceutical grade exfoliating ingredients.

What does the Vivier Peel treat?

This treatment is designed to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin with no downtime. Your skin will appear to be glowing, healthier and brighter. This peel treatment is a fantastic way to wake up the skin and start caring for it the way it deserves to be. 10% Lactic Acid, 2% Salicylic Acid, 14% Resorxinol