VI Peels for Underarm Hyperpigmentation in Miami, FL

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What Is a VI Peel?

Dark patches in the underarm region are an aesthetic concern for a number of adults and cause many people to feel embarrassed about their appearance. At Brickell Cosmetic Center, our team ais excited to offer VI Peels for the treatment of underarm hyperpigmentation. A VI Peel contains a blend of powerful nutrients that target these areas of discoloration on a cellular level and cause the top layer of dead, damaged skin cells to peel. The overall result can help lighten pigmented areas and bring a more uniform appearance to the skin. If you are bothered by the look of dark patches in your underarm area, please schedule a visit at our aesthetics center in Miami, FL to learn more about VI peels for hyperpigmentation.

How Do VI Peels Treat Underarm Hyperpigmentation?

While generally harmless, underarm hyperpigmentation may be caused by genetics, an overabundance of melanin, certain types of deodorants, hair removal techniques, changes in the skin’s elasticity, or a skin condition known as acanthosis nigricans. To perform a VI Peel for underarm discoloration, we will clean the skin and apply the VI dual booster system, which contains a blend of kojic acid, salicylic acid, and other solutions designed to help repair and lighten the skin. As the top layers of skin peel and slough off, new cells will regenerate, leaving behind healthier skin, a smoother texture, and a lighter appearance to the underarm area. Our team can recommend how often any follow-up treatment sessions might be needed to maintain your results.


Is the VI Peel suitable for all skin types?

VI Peels are formulated to accommodate various skin types and concerns. During your consultation at our Miami, FL office, a skincare professional can help you determine if a VI Peel is suitable for your skin type.

How many sessions are needed to see results for underarm hyperpigmentation?

The number of sessions required can vary based on individual skin concerns and the severity of hyperpigmentation. Some people may see improvement after one session, while others may need multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart for optimal results.

Is there anyone who should avoid VI Peels for underarm hyperpigmentation?

Individuals with active infections, open wounds, sunburns, or those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid undergoing VI Peels. Additionally, people with certain skin conditions or allergies should consult their dermatologist before considering this treatment.

Feel Confident in Your Appearance

Hyperpigmentation in the underarm region no longer has to keep you from wearing sleeveless shirts or feeling less than confident in your appearance. VI Peels at Brickell Cosmetic Center in Miami, FL may be a great option for diminishing this type of discoloration and helping you get rid of dark armpits. Find out more about the benefits of VI Peels for underarm hyperpigmentation by scheduling a visit with us oday.

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