3 TCA Rx Medical Peels and a Procedure 360 System

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3 TCA Rx Medical Peels and a Procedure 360 System


30% TCA is a powerful exfoliating solution that penetrates the skin faster and deeper than other peels. TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) peel is ideal for those who desire a formula that is stronger than glycolic, salicylic or lactic acid peels. It penetrates the skin faster than other peels and can help treat deep wrinkles, acne, smoker’s skin, sun damage and rough skin.

This is a deep peel that produces significant skin shedding. Plan in advance as you will experience a few days of downtime.


Improves the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles, smoker’s skin

Treats acne, post-acne scars, oily skin

Fades discoloration, age spots, sun damaged skin

Refines and softens rough skin texture, chicken skin (keratosis pilaris)


The 30% TCA Peel is a deep strength peel. It is the strongest peel we carry so significant peeling and a a few days downtime is expected. When the peel is applied you will feel a stinging sensation as the acid penetrates the skin. We use a fan to alleviate any discomfort.

If the peel was layered during application and left on long enough, then frosting may occur. Frosting is when the peel changes from clear to white during a chemical peel procedure. This indicates that the acid has penetrated the skin sufficiently. During the healing process it is common for the frosted areas to darken before peeling off.

The peeling typically starts 2-5 days after the peel procedure. During the healing process you can expect downtime and interruption of normal pubic activities. The duration of downtime varies according to the individual.

For experienced users who have successfully tolerated medium level peels

This peel may be ideal for those with more significant skin issues such as deep wrinkles, stubborn hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and acne scarring

The 30% TCA Peel is not recommended for darker (Fitzpatrick 4-6) skin tones due to the increased risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation