This is an account of Day 5 of VI Precision Peel. Start with Day 1 story if you’ve missed it.
Morning of Day 5 (VI Precision Peel)
I woke up to a second day of extreme dryness. The corner of my eye was sore and red. And my skin texture was uneven and patchy-red.
The neck started to peel too and felt rather itchy.
Notice that the peeling went beyond the areas where the acid was applied! See the right dotted line? Anything below this line was due to seepage. Trust me that you would not want to leave your home on Day 5.
Night of Day 5 (VI Precision Peel)
I had said that Day 4 was probably the ugliest moment. Now, I’m not too sure if that statement holds, for Day 5 is a good contender for the ‘Ugliest Moment’ award.
I know you are tempted to say that both are ugly. But you know that’ll break my heart.
TIPS: Do I need sunblock while I’m staying indoor?
Oh yes, you do. UVA ray which causes aging and pigmentation cannot be blocked by windows. Be it a rainy or snowy day, these rays are always present.
Now, I’ll normally be too lazy to apply sun block when I’m indoor. However, when my skin has lost its top protective layer during the peeling process, I do not want to take any chance. So yes, I apply sun protection religiously and generously, once every couple of hours.
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Don’t miss these:
- Day 1 – VI Precision Peel | How painless can a peel get?
- Day 2 – VI Precision Peel | Life as per normal!
- Day 3 – VI Precision Peel | Major peeling begins
- Day 4 – VI Precision Peel | Extreme dryness
- Day 6 – VI Precision Peel | A day of freedom
- Overall Review – VI Precision Peel | Results are out