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I know it has been a while since I've written on my blog....apologies. I have however, in the time between my posts, been working on a couple of things that are now part of the Microblading Denver services.
First, we now have a medical strength chemical peel, VI (pronounced V.I.) Peel. It is a step above what we had offered in the past as far as our skin treatments go. Here are a few lines about this great added service, starting with, who the treatment is for.
Who is a good VI Peel candidate?
VI Peel is suitable for most people. it’s one of the safest peels for people with olive, medium, or deep skin tones, who are usually at a higher risk of hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation from chemical peels.
There are five types of VI peels, each suitable to a specific set of skin conditions.
VI Peel, the original formula, contains a signature combination of TCA, retinoic acid, salicylic acid, phenol, and vitamin C. It also contains an anesthetic, to reduce the discomfort that comes with chemical peels.
VI Peel Precision has higher concentrations of the above active ingredients, making the formula 25% stronger and more effective at treating signs of aging. VI Peel Precision Plus adds hydroquinone and kojic acid, ingredients known for lightening dark spots. It’s used to treat sunspots, age spots, and other hyperpigmentation issues like melasma.
VI Peel Purify is formulated for acne-prone skin. It has benzoyl peroxide and hydrocortisone, to target both acne and inflammation.
VI Peel Purify with Precision Plus combines the acne-fighting ingredients in the VI Peel Purify with the brightening ingredients in the Precision Plus formula, offering a two-pronged approach to more severe acne scarring and skin damage.
As you can see, the VI Peel cover several skin conditions and all skin types. As always, a consultation to see if this treatment is right for you, is performed, as the well-being of our clients is of the utmost importance.
Secondly, we have partnered with CareCredit to become a provider of health and beauty within their network. This means that if you are a CareCredit card holder, you can use that account to charge your procedure on the day it occurs. Deposits for procedures that require them, still need to be paid for with a different charge account or debit card. If you do not have a CareCredit account, you can apply for one at our studio, and it takes a few minutes to know if you're approved for an account! If you want to do the credit application at home, you can by following this link, https://www.carecredit.com
Lastly, in case you've missed our previous Instagram posts we are having a. 2 for 1 sale on lash lifts during July. That makes it 2 lash lifts for $100. In order to get the offer, you must purchase in July, yet, can book this month or in August. Follow the link to book here, https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=13579974&appointmentType=10340240