Though most commonly used on your face, the benefits of TCA Peels can be utilized to treat a variety of other areas. This includes your neck and chest. As you’ve gotten older maybe you’ve noticed some unwanted lines and crepiness. This is due to a number of factors, including the reduced production of collagen and elastin. Luckily, TCA Peels offer to exfoliate damaged skin and reveal the newly replenished layer below. This chemical reaction leaves your skin with increased tone and texture. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the higher the concentration of TCA, the deeper the acid effects. However, this also means the more area the painful acid reaches. There’s no question, I love acid peels. Remove damaged skin and reduce the effects of sun and aging? You can sign me up. Nevertheless, TCA peels are definitely not for the faint of heart.

TCA Peels are an incredibly effective treatment that can help turn back the clock on your skin. Due to the delicacy of the neck and chest area, it’s important to make sure you are comfortable to prevent scarring. In addition to the obvious outer benefits of chemical peels, TCA reduces surface bacteria which helps prevent future breakouts.  Due to its chemical properties, Trichoropholoirc acid works as an exfoliating agent. TCA Peels can be the perfect treatment to start fresh with your skin.

 

Here’s What I Used:

Acetone and Rubbing Alcohol (To prep and cleanse my skin)

30% TCA Peel (Use Code KAOS20)

https://amzn.to/3szy3na (To use between acid layering)

Burn Cream (To reduce the pain post-treatment)

 

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