Level One 126B Remuera Rd | Auckland
Chemical Skin Peel
IMPROVE SKIN TEXTURE, LINES, ACNE, PIGMENTATION, WRINKLES AND SCARRING
Trichloroacetic (TCA) peel is an effective chemical peel used to exfoliate and renew skin on a superficial to deep level depending on the percentage of TCA is being used.
The TCA peel is useful for the following:
It helps reduce wrinkles
Acne and large pores are improved
Pigmentation irregularities, such as sun damaged skin
Addresses uneven skin tones & discoloration from pregnancy
Targets deep wrinkles & scars
Improves and lifts sagging skin
Helps even-out texture issues
Most people want a short downtime. The epidermis and superficial dermis peel, heals in three to five days. This treatment is less painful, has a quicker recovery and is more cost effective than some intense treatments such as laser.
TCA is commonly applied to the face, neck, décolleté, hands and legs. In addition, TCA is also an excellent “spot treatment” and can be used to exclusively peel isolated areas of the skin.
The benefits of superficial TCA peels are many, but among the most notable is the ability to adjust the depth to fit the skin problem. As more coats are applied, the peel will get deeper, as the solution goes looking for protein to neutralize itself.
The long-lasting results make it an ideal treatment for those who prefer less peeling with only moderate downtime.
WHAT IT IS FORMULATED TO DO?
TCA is a deeper penetrating peel than AHA or BHA peels as it exfoliates the skin more rapidly upon initial contact. TCA peels are recommended for a range of skin conditions from acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, stretch marks and skin tone concerns.
Before Your Peel
For best results, prep the skin for a week prior to peel application with a daily exfoliate.
What you can expect during treatment?
During the peel process
Most clients will feel a mild stinging or burning sensation during application. The skin may become a bit red or pinkish in colour. Frosting may occur with this peel, although not typical. This treatment will usually take about 30 to 40 mins.
After the peel
Downtime and peeling will be mild after this treatment. The client may experience peeling similar to the peeling after mild sunburn, for up to two weeks.
After Peel Home Care
With a chemical peel, the name says exactly what the skin is supposed to do—peel. The purpose is to remove the top layers of the skin along with any discolored cells within those layers. This process happens as the skin peels. While it’s not always ideal to walk around with flaky skin, you have to be very mindful not to interfere with the process. Let Mother Nature do her thing. Simply put, you have to accept the peeling and avoid doing whatever you can to make it stop before its ready to. The goal is to keep the skin feeling moist, calm and comfortable.
1. Treat your skin gently – very light touch when massaging products on your skin. No Aggressive rubbing and avoid using washcloths or cleansing brushes after Chemical peel.
2. Must wear sunscreen 30+ after a chemical peel – Stating the obvious I know, but the skin is very vulnerable post peel. So do limit outdoors by protecting your skin.
3. Use only prescribed products by your administer after chemical peel – As your skin is healing it is vital you listen and follow your clinician as to which products are beneficial for healing your skin ad any follow up products thereafter. The aim is to provide as much comfort to your skin as possible to ease redness and irritation.
I recommend my clients use the following products, Sabore Cellular Renewal Serum for before and after Chemical Skin Peel, Sabore Hyaluronic Acid Serum to keep your skin hydrated at night, Sabore Organic Cleansing Oil, Sabore Overnight Renewal Treatment, Sabore Sunscreen Lotion 30+ is an absolute must during the day.