Chemical (TCA) peeling at Art Clinic
TCA (TriChloroacetic Acid) is a chemical peeling which is performed in various levels of dilution 15-25%. TCA is a powerful acid treatment that reduces skin. TCA peeling actively dissolves and removes aged and damaged skin. The treatment stimulates the skin to regenerate and gives visible results. TCA is best suited for chemical peeling of the face, the area around the lips and eyes for treating surface wrinkles and fine lines.
Before booking a chemical (TCA) peeling you need an individual and personal consultation with a dermatologist. At Art Clinic skincare department we tailor your skincare treatment after your needs and often together with the clinics doctors.
Treatments/products for chemical (TCA) peeling
Many of our treatments/products for chemical peeling may only be used under doctor supervision. Our dermatologist performs a thorough analysis of your problem and provides a diagnosis. We will then offer you an individually tailored treatment based on your desires and needs. A consultation with our dermatologist is free and without further obligations.
TCA peeling is used to peel the lower eyelids. Palpate portions are not “peeled” with TCA. Before surgery supp.Voltaren or supp. Citodon forte are given in order to reduce any pain. The patients most suitable for TCA peeling are patients with minor to moderate wrinkles, the peeling achieves a younger, tighter and healthier skin with the intention of removing surface wrinkles.
Suitable skin types for chemical (TCA) peeling
TCA is suitable for all skin types. A full assessment is done during the consultation.
Procedure for chemical (TCA) peeling
The skin is thoroughly cleansed with a suitable cleanser for your skin type. TCA is rolled and spread over the face. Deeper folds are covered first in order to achieve a longer penetration. Pain can occur for 2-4 minutes and after that a burning sensation. The skin will first have a white frosting. That will then go red/rosy and the patient can go home. On the second day the skin becomes very dry and tight. It can even begin to flake and around day two/three a dark scab will appear. In some cases a scab will not appear, it depends entirely on ones skin type. Then the skin peels and the scab falls off. The result is a new rosy skin that one needs to preserve carefully with the recommended products. The rosiness can be covered with makeup. One should not suntan for 4-6 months after a chemical (TCA) peeling.
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