Zena Trichloroacetic Acid 20% Peel is a professional acid peel with 20% trichloroacetic acid designed to combat skin hyperpigmentation.
PH level: 1.8
By its intensity, one can judge the depth of penetration, and by its homogeneity, the uniformity of material applied to all treated areas. In case of uneven application to individual areas, they can be re-treated with the material. The number of layers to be applied depends both on the concentration of the material used Peeling TCA 12.5% or 20-25%, as well as on the desired depth of penetration.
The course of the post-peeling period depends on the depth of the peeling performed. If 1-2 layers of TCA 12.5% are characterized by the absence of crusts and the development of a slight peeling process, which lasts 4-5 days, then after TCA 25% peeling, edema is observed, and severe erythema increases within 24-48 hours after the procedure. Films and crusts are formed. During this period, the patient should not wet the skin of the face. Films and crusts spontaneously peel off within 7-10 days. It is necessary to warn the patient about the inadmissibility of their forced removal.
When using both TCA 12.5% and TCA 20%, from the first day after the peeling procedure until the exfoliation process is complete, it is necessary to constantly moisturize the skin with a cream and protect it from ultraviolet radiation by applying sunscreen in the morning.
Ingredients: Deionized Water, Trichloroacetic