TCA 15% Peeling Solution is an exfoliating facial with trichloroacetic acids. This water-based gel treatment is ideal for experienced users of exfoliating acids looking for solutions for textural irregularities/ dullness/ signs of congested pores.
What does it do?
- Acne scars
- Fine lines and sun damage
- Targets textural irregularities
- Reduces signs of congestion
- Targets uneven skin tone and signs of aging
- Whitens Skin
- PH about 1
- Mineral Oil
For highly experienced professionals. Our products are made with natural ingredients that are fresh. We use the least amount of preservatives (if any). Please discard the product after 6 months.
Use at night no more than twice per week. Perform a patch test prior to incorporating a new product into your skincare routine.
Always follow by SPF 30+ in the mornings, we recommend our HydraSunscreen.
Use our microfiber face towel for amazing results- a microfiber towel damped with warm water will help remove all impurities.
For deeper cleansing power, use our Sonic Transdermal Cleansing Brush
Water, 15% Trichloroacetic acid, glycerine, xanthan gum
TCA is derived from acetic acid, a derivative of vinegar, and is available in concentrations ranging from 15–70%. It is applied to remove the top layer of skin from the face, neck, hands, or other parts of the body. A TCA peel chemically exfoliates the skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne scars, and sun damage; it improves skin texture. TCA peels can be performed at a variety of strengths—from light to medium—and can be customized by the number of layers applied and any pre-peel agents used.
How Does a TCA Peel Work?
TCA breaks up keratin, a protein found in the skin. This causes the keratin to stop functioning properly, lighten in color and peel away from the skin over the course of several days. As the layers of damaged skin are removed, healthier, smoother skin is revealed beneath. While a light peel only affects the topmost layer of skin, the epidermis, a medium peel can penetrate the papillary dermis below to treat deeper damage.