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Skin Was Burnt After Vi Precision Peel (Asian Skin Type)
- posted 3 years ago
- updated 3 years ago
- Not Worth It
- Cost: $250
- Los Angeles, CA
I asked my co-worker,a esthetician, who performs...
- 20 Apr 2010
I asked my co-worker,a esthetician, who performs VI Peels at our salon to help me lighten my 2 age spots on my face. Apparently, I asked her for a spot treatment of the VI peel but instead she applied the VI precision peel on me without my knowledge. I immediately felt the burn and asked her what she did. She should not have perform that booster treatment on my skin as I told her I have extremely sensitive asian skin. I was very angry and felt there was lack of training and negligence on her part.
I contacted my dermatologist whom I known for over 8 yrss and she said that the pink part of my skin was BURNT.
Now the peel left me 2 burnt scars even darker than the old age spots. The VI peel left me with PIH which hopefully will lighten up but it may take a very long time. I am now using pure organic rose hip oil and Epicuren Skin Lightener to help fade the scars as I broke out with a rash using 4% hydroquinone.
Pls only see a MD for a treatment. DO NOT RECOMMEND THE VI PEEL FOR BROWN SKIN. Buyer beware.