Recipes to mix your own peels ranging in strength from 10% - 30%
FDA Lab Registered formulation - 99.9% purity
This is an extremely versatile product for those clients who are confident doing their own TCA peels at home and want the convenience of having a product that can be customized to various strengths, as needed.
Formulated in the USA at FDA Registered Laboratory Facility. ACS (American Chemical Society) Reagent Quality - Medical Grade - the highest purity available.
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Do not use a multi-layered 30% TCA peel at home. Multiple layers of 30% TCA should *only* be used within a doctor's setting, and administered by a medical professional.
If you are concerned about the strength of this particular TCA kit, then we urge you to begin with our 12.5% pre-mixed TCA peel... considered a "light" peel and appropriate for most beginners.
Always patch-test your skin before using on the entire face, per our directions.
Our kit includes:
**This is an extremely strong product. Please be certain to read our Disclaimer and Agreement listed at the bottom of this page. By using this product, you assume sole risk and responsibility.**
Pre-Peel Treatment Instructions:
Using alpha-hydroxy products, such as glycolic acid, mandelic acid, and lactic acid, for a week before your TCA peel will assist in "prime" the skin for the TCA. On the other hand, do not use an alpha hydroxy acid, or any other acid, on the same day as your TCA peel. While preparing the skin isn't required, it may assist you in having a more effective peeling experience.
If you are using this peel primarily for hyperpigmentation issues, use our 40% Lactic Acid Peel, along with our Fade Serum for 2-3 weeks pre-peel. Use the peel once weekly and the serum twice a day.
Purified Water, Trichoroacetic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Benzyl Alcohol.
Always neutralize, per the instructions. If topical burning from the product is too much for you during the peel, neutralize immediately. Once the acid is off the skin, the burning sensation will stop. Use the results of your patch test as a guide for the length of time you leave it on the skin.
Post-Peel Instructions: Post-peel, your skin will continue to improve for 14-21 days as cell turnover takes place and your skin returns to a normal pH level. Use your Neosporin for 48 hours post-peel. Consider our Argan Oil or Green Tea Moisturizer after 48 hours.
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FDA December 2, 2002 Posting - Sun Sensitivity
Clients need to be aware that by using glycolic acid and other peeling products, your skin will be more photo-sensitive than normal. It is recommended that you use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, preferably SPF 30 or higher, after using skin peel products. The FDA recommends using an SPF for one week post-peel.