It will depend on your skin color, age, dry or oiliness, and what your skin concern is. Too strong too fast is a recipe for disaster. Soft and light peels may cause a bit of redness but will subside in an hour or two. Skin peeling may occur within 2 to 3 days. As for the higher strength product, there’ll most definitely be skin peeling and redness, This can last anywhere from 5 to 7 days so make sure you’re doing the peel when you can afford to stay at home and hideaway for a while.

A series of peels must be performed to get the results you require. Our chemical peels are buffered {2.1} with slightly higher PH levels to give you extra safety. After you’ve completed a peel, you should follow up with a very good skincare routine and incorporate hyaluronic acid which will hydrate your skin and also plays an important role in wound healing. Last but not least make sure you wear sunscreen no higher than 30 UVA/UVB daily.

How to choose between the different Acids

TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) Peel

It is one of the most studied acids and its superiority comes from its versatility. It can be applied in a single layer or it can be layered to deepen penetration. Safety dictates that more layers of a lower% is always the best method. It is effective for pigmentation, wrinkles, fine lines, rough skin, photo damage, flat warts, skin laxity, acne, scars, dark spots on body as well as tattoo removal. TCA can be performed every 6 weeks or every 3 month.

Medium Peels used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin, and scars.

Medium depth TCA and Milk peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin, scars as well as pigmentary disorders. TCA is commonly used on lighter skin tones and less frequently preferred by dark skin. Milk peel is safe to use on dark skin.