30% Trichloroacetic acid
Post peel neutralizer
7% sodium bicarbonate
This is a strongest TCA peeling
The beginner never use it
This is only for dermatologists
This is a professional grade TCA peel with an unbuffered pH of 1.3.
TCA is the peel that all other peels are compared to! It has been around
for decades, is easy to use, and very predictable. Most dermotologists
prefer to use TCA over other acids due to its effectiveness and
dependability. If you are looking for long-lasting, dramatic changes in
your skin, TCA is the correct choice for you.
We do NOT EVER recommend the direct application of this undiluted
solution as a facial peel. .
TCA is a highly regarded acid and is perfect for treating common issues such as:
Skin Tone Irregularities
Scarring and Acne Scars
This peel is very easy to use. You simply cleanse, apply, time it, neutralize and rinse.
We include very clear instructions on how to use this peel
After you have applied the peel, your skin may be red, this is normal, and you may wear makeup to tone in down if you would like.
About 2 days after the peel your skin will start to dry out and look leathery, brownish and aged, but don't panic,
this is what we want!
Your skin is preparing to shed off, and that will occur over the next 3-5 days for most people.
Depending on the depth of peel, you may want to hide out some during this time as the peeling can be heavy.
We call this down time. You can encourage peeling by using warm compresses and taking hot showers,
but you cannot pick at the skin!
It must come off when it is ready to, not when you are ready for it to!
By peeling off the skin you risk scaring by exposing skin that is not ready for the world yet,
so allow the skin to shed on its own.As with all exfoliating products,
the use of sunscreen is essential to obtaining the results you are looking for.
If you are not able to commit to using a sunscreen,
this is not the treatment you should choose as you will just damage your skin all over again!
Chemical peels should not be used on any sensitive areas of the body,
including but not limited to the underarms and groin/genitals.
People who are not candidates for Chemical peels
Pregnant or Breast Feeding
Are immune impaired
have had problems with atypical scaring in the past (keloid, etc)
This is a medical quality peel,
and by purchasing this item you are accepting all responsibility for its use.
You may need to contact a professional for your particular skin concern.
Misuse of chemical products can cause injury and burns.
How to use
Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), is applied to skin for chemical peels.
During a peel,
TCA is applied to your face for one minutes to remove the outer layers of the skin and reveal fresh layers of skin underneath.
TCA peel treats surface wrinkles, skin pigment problems and blemishes.
TCA peels with acid concentrations of 30 percent or more are usually applied in a doctor’s office
Test the TCA on a small patch of skin before applying it to your face. Wait 24 hours to see if you tolerate the peel.
Apply a thin layer of TCA to your skin with a facial brush. Avoid the eye and lip areas
Neutralize regen peel with neutralizer. In a minute
Time is important
Apply a generous amount of post-peel neutralizer to your skin. Cover every area on which you applied TCA to ensure that you neutralize the chemical.
Wash your face with cleanser and apply antibiotic ointment to your skin for the first 48 hours after your peel.
Protect your skin with a sunblock with SPF 30 or higher for a week after your peel.