"It’s all about the maintenance"
Apply Prep Solution to dissolve oil and remove dirt and debris from skin to maximize the chemical peel process. This allows the acid from the peel to be distributed more evenly helping prevent any hyper-pigmentation issues.
First do a PATCH TEST to the skin closest to the desired area.
Apply TCA 15% Peel evenly 1-3 times. Layer your peels – apply a layer, wait 5 minutes, and apply another layer.
Appy Post-Peel Neutralizer to stop the peel process from processing further into your tissues and to help adjust your skin's pH back to normal.
Rinse off with cold water and gently pat dry with towel - Apply Aquafor a few days later when skin begins to dry and flake.
Wait 3-4 days to apply moisturizer when skin begins to peel
Wear sunscreen 30+ SPF for the first 2-3 weeks post peel.
3. Do a PATCH TEST before applying your peel. Apply a dab of the chemical peel to your forearm or to the area of skin below your ear at the hairline. Leave the solution on for at least a minute before washing it off. Check the patch test after 24 hours to make sure your skin doesn’t react negatively to the peel.
If your skin looks normal around the test area, proceed with your chemical peel. If your skin is irritated, red, or tender, lower the concentration of the active ingredient (trichloroacetic acid) in the peel solution and try another test. If you get to the lowest concentration of chemicals and still see a reaction, do not do the chemical peel.
If you have any signs of an allergic reaction, like itching or hives, do not use the chemical peel.
Apply the peel with a Q-tip – using your fingers may make your fingers peel.
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