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Chemical Peels

How to Exfoliate the Skin After a TCA Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are designed to remove the top layer of skin, revealing fresh, young skin underneath. Trichloracetic acid (TCA), is...

Fruit Acid and Facial Peel

Fruit acid is a type of alpha hydroxy acid, or AHA. When applied topically, fruit acids have a rejuvenating effect on skin. They a...

How to Apply Glycolic Acid Peel on the Face

Glycolic acids, found in citrus fruit, cause the top layer of the skin to peel off, revealing fresh, new skin beneath. Dermatologi...

How to Dilute a TCA Peel

A trichloroacetic acid peel will remove the outer layers of skin to force new skin to grow. This cosmetic procedure may reduce fin...

After-Care Instructions for a TCA Peel

Seeking beauty treatments is a seemingly endless pursuit, and thanks to trichloroacetic acid peels, it is becoming easier. Flockin...

Chemical Peels and Hyperpigmentation

Chemical peels can improve the appearance of skin hyperpigmentation issues such as age spots, melasma and discolorations from acne...

How to Make Acid Facial Peels

Acid facial peels are cosmetic procedures used to reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles, blemishes and sun damage. Peels can reju...

Pigmentation Down the Side of My Neck

Pigmentation problems on the neck can be unsightly and difficult to conceal. They can occur due to numerous reasons and conditions...

Face Peels for Scars

Facial scars can be a lasting reminder of an injury or an outbreak of acne. While makeup may cover scars temporarily, a facial pee...

Difference Between Jessner & TCA Peels

Chemical peels are used to treat different skin problems such as acne, sun spots, fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone and t...
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