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Chemical peels have become very popular in UK right now. Every have heard of a glycolic peel, but what is a TCA peel? It is a good question and lots people are wondering about. Well, Trichloracetic acid (TCA) peels are considered medium-depth peels. Yes, they are some what similar to a "lunch time peel", but they reach slightly deeper into the skin than alpha hydroxy acid (glycolic acid) peels and because of that often produce much better and longer lasting results.


How to Dilute a TCA Peel

A trichloroacetic acid peel will remove the outer layers of skin to force new skin to grow. This cosmetic procedure may reduce fine lines, scarring and age...


How to Exfoliate the Skin After a TCA Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are designed to remove the top layer of skin, revealing fresh, young skin underneath. Trichloracetic acid (TCA), is used in different concentrations ranging from mild peels you can do at home to deeper ones that require a doctor's care. Because the TCA actually peels away some skin, you must be very careful when exfoliating after...


Amazing The trichloroacetic acid or TCA peel is one of the most common medium chemical peels. TCA peels dramatically reduce discoloration, sun damage, wrinkles and fine lines promoting smooth, healthy skin. Stronger than glycolic acid, this peel also reduces acne and smoothes the surface of the skin through reproductive collagen stimulation. This is a deep skin exfoliation process. A crystal microderm exfoliation treatment prior to the TCA peel is included in the price.