TCA Facial Peel: Everything You Need to Know Before Getting Started

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TCA Facial Peel: Everything You Need to Know Before Getting Started

Home skin peels are a great way to gently rejuvenate your complexion. This process, called peeling or exfoliation, helps clean away dead cells and allow your complexion to breathe.  It can clear sun spots, discoloration or uneven skin tone, and minimize built up scarring from acne.  If the TCA is significantly strong, it can gradually remove a tattoo. 

The type of home peel you choose will depend on a range of personal factors such as your skin type and sensitivity to various chemicals.  It’s always best to start with a low percentage TCA facial peel – at home or in a salon or spa.  The stronger the TCA, the more “downtime” you’ll experience – which can be unpleasant.

What is a TCA Facial Peel?

TCA facial peels are medical treatments that use a mix of chemicals to cause the skin’s outer layer to peel off. They’re often called “chemical peels” because they’re usually done with a chemical solution such as salicylic acid. Many of these chemicals are actually plant derived.  Depending on the type of peel you get, you may also be able to select between mild, medium, or intense treatments.

TCA facial peels are among the most effective cosmetic treatments for skin. They’re suitable for a range of skin types and conditions, including dark spots, acne scars, wrinkles, and fine lines and wrinkles.

What is the Difference Between a TCA Chemical Peel and a Physical Peel?

Physical exfoliation is exactly what it sounds like, except it’s achieved by physical force as opposed to chemicals. Soaps, cleansers, and scrubs are a form of physical exfoliation. You can also use a face brush and specific strokes to create the same effect. Physical exfoliation is common practice to cleanse the skin and help remove impurities and build-up. It’s safe and gentle, but it won’t go anywhere near the level of a chemical peel.

A chemical peel, on the other hand, uses a chemical solution that’s applied to the skin. The peel is then left on for a short period of time before rinsing off. This process can cause the skin to gradually peel off over time, at varying levels depending on the strength of the product.

Why Should You use a TCA Chemical Peel?

At the most basic level, you can use a chemical peel to get rid of pesky, dark spots. Most peels are designed to tackle pigmentation, so you can expect to see results in as little as 2-4 weeks. TCA facial peels can also tackle things like acne (reducing clogged pores), sun damage (sun spots, patchy discoloration), and wrinkles (fine lines as well as deeper lines with some persistence effort). You can potentially get rid of these signs of aging by using a chemical peel and seeing them fade to a new and youthful appearance. TCA facial peels can also be used to treat sensitive skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.

Safety Considerations for TCA Facial Peels

Using a TCA facial peel can come with a range of tips and precautions.  If it’s a strong TCA facial peel, you might experience some temporary redness, peeling, scabbing, and dryness.  You should always consult with a doctor or skin care professional if you have any concerns about your skin with a TCA facial peel. 

Which Skin Types are Suited to a TCA Facial Peel?

The short answer is all skin types can be suitable for a TCA facial peel – including sensitive skin and skin that suffers from eczema or psoriasis. 

Acneic skin is great for a TCA peel, as this process can lift away blockage in the pores, reduce sebum, and help keep skin smoother.

Aging skin benefits greatly because a TCA facial peel can reduce the damage visible on the top layers of the skin, revealing smoother, clearer, less wrinkled skin.

How Long do the Effects of a TCA Facial Peel?

The effects of a chemical peel will be permanent and accumulative.  The damage and signs of aging that are exfoliated away will not come back, but be sure to use a mineral sunscreen and plant based skin care products to ward off future damage.  Obviously aging naturally is going to be a real thing that happens, but you can reduce this significantly with the right care and products. 

Using a TCA facial peel regularly will help you reach your skin care goals. 

How often can you use a TCA Facial Peel Product?

Depending on the strength, you might be able to use a TCA facial peel product almost daily or if it’s a little stronger, you might defer to using it weekly, every other week, or monthly.  If you’re not quite sure, you can consult a doctor or medical professional, and our experts are always here for your questions.  Reach us directly by using the chat button on the bottom right corner of our website or email us at info@claribelskincare.com.  You can also call or text at 770-568-8921.

Our TCA cream includes the perfect percentage of TCA, glycolic acid, malic acid, and lactic acid – which can be used daily, a few times, a week, or weekly, depending on your preference and your skin’s tolerance:

Glycolic Acid Cream | Includes TCA, Lactic and Malic Acid

Our glycolic acid cream is designed for face and neck, and includes trichloroacetic acid (TCA), lactic acid, and malic acid, for an effective yet gentle non-abrasive exfoliation experience, all done at your own pace in the privacy of your own home. 

It's a one of a kind formulation that you won't find anywhere else. 

BENEFITS

  • Remove Unwanted Signs of Skin Damage
    • One of a Kind Acid Combination
    • Fade Sun Spots, Wrinkles, & Acne Scars

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INGREDIENTS IN ALPHBETICAL ORDER

Alpha Lipoic Acid, Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus Armeniaca), Argan Oil, Carnosine, Glycerin, Glycolic Acid, Organic Aloe Leaf Juice (Aloe Barbadensis), Organic Bilberry Fruit Extract (Vaccinium Myrtillus), Centella Asiatica, Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Organic Cranberry Fruit Extract (Vaccinium Macrocarpon), Elderberry Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract (Camellia Sinensis), Organic Lemon Peel Extract (Citrus Limon), Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Malic Acid, Mango Seed Butter (Mangifera Indica), Myristic Acid, Organic Neem Seed Oil (Melia Azadirachta), Niacinamide, Organic Orange Peel Extract (Citrus Sinensis), Organic Rosemary Leaf Extract (Rosmarinus Officinalis), Organic Seaweed Extract (Fucus Vesiculosus), Organic Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Organic Sugar Cane Extract (Saccharum Officinarum), Organic Sugar Maple Extract (Acer Saccharinum), Organic Sunflower Seed Oil (Helianthus Annuus), Organic White Willow Bark Extract (Salix Alba), Tartaric Acid, Tomato Seed Oil, Trichloloracetic Acid (TCA), Vaccinium Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract, Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Xanthan Gum

 

Conclusion

You can use chemical peels on your skin to boost its natural defenses and encourage it to produce more oil. Chemical peels also help to remove the outer layer of dead skin, which helps to remove impurities and impurities. Chemical peels are very effective in treating acne, fine lines, and skin darkening. People who have sensitive skin, however, should consult their physician before trying a chemical peel.

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