TCA CHEMICAL PELLING

A TCA peel is a noninvasive skin treatment used to treat skin discolorations, scarring, and wrinkles. These peels get their name from trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which is used to clear away dead skin cells to reveal the newer and smoother skin layers below.

TCA peels are part of the group of skin treatments called chemical peels, which are used to exfoliate your skin by using different strengths and combinations of nontoxic acid ingredients.

Who Is A Good Candidate For TCA Peels?

Chemical peels can be superficial, medium, or deep strength. TCA peels are considered medium strength, meaning they should only be applied by a certified skin care professional. The ideal candidate for a TCA peel:

is not breastfeeding or pregnant does not have a skin condition such as psoriasis, eczema, or rosacea does not have a job that requires them to be outside has no history of keloids or poor wound healing will be counseled by the doctor beforehand about realistic expectations of the results.

People who have taken the acne medication isotretinoin (Zenatane, Amnesteem, Claravis) should avoid chemical peels for a period of time after completing treatment.

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