RED PEEL 5 - TCA 50% MCCM
Red peel n°5 MCCM
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RED PEEL 5 - TCA 50% Peel by MCCM Laboratories: Hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, scars, stretch marks.
- TCA deep peel to treat medium to deep wrinkles
- TCA peel to treat hyper pigmentation, acne scars and stretch marks.
Peeling that eliminates the upper layers of the epidermis, promoting a lifting effect by increasing the production of collagen and elastin.
This type of peeling can be performed on the face or the body
The Red Peel 5 has a powerful keratolytic effect. It enables the stimulation and production of the skin's natural collagen, as well as Elastin, the molecule responsible for firmness.
The final appearance of the skin is only achieved after a two-week healing period.
INDICATIONS OF RED PEEL 5 - TCA 50% Peeling
- Photo ageing
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Pigmentary dyschromia
- Acne and acne scars, stretch mark scars
- Lack of radiance and luminosity
A review on stretch marks
Stretch marks are skin striations that usually occur at puberty, during pregnancy, during endocrine diseases such as Cushing's syndrome, during general or local corticosteroid therapy, during weight loss or fast weight gain.
They frequently appear as scars on the breasts, hips, buttocks or stomach in women, and more frequently on the back in men. These marks start as red or purple lines when they are still recent, and usually fade to a pearly white as they mature. Although these lines are not a serious medical problem, they can be a significant aesthetic concern.
The appearance of stretch marks can be significantly reduced with a chemical peel treatment
Precautions for use of the RED PEEL TCA 50% peel
A TCA peel can have a positive effect on your patient's skin, removing signs of acne and ageing. However, there are certain circumstances in which you should not perform a TCA peel. Do not choose this treatment if the patient:
- has damaged skin or has recently had facial surgery
- is sunburned
- has spots caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1)
- is pregnant or nursing
- is on isotretinoin treatment (and 6 months after stopping treatment)
- has recently undergone radiotherapy or chemotherapy
It is recommended that the patient's skin be prepared for the TCA 50% peel by suggesting the use of a glycolic acid or lactic acid product on the skin one week before the RED PEEL session. For example: tonic lotions or creams from the NEOSTRATA brand. These products can also be used between sessions (during the phase when the skin does not peel).
When applying the RED PEEL TCA 50% trichloroacetic acid peel to the face, it is important to protect certain sensitive areas of the face. Apply Vaseline to the area around the lips, nostrils and eyes with a cotton bud.
Wear latex gloves when applying the RED PEEL TCA 50% peel.
The application of a healing cream is mandatory after a TCA 50% peel.
It is recommended that practitioners start with a 15% TCA peel to protect the patient from any possible allergy or hyperreaction to the chemical power of TCA. Incorrect dosage of TCA can expose the patient to skin damage.
Chemical peeling: definition
The word peeling comes from the English verb "to peel". By exfoliating the skin, the cellular activity of collagen and elastic fibres is stimulated, which increases the elasticity of the tissues, removes pigmented spots and refines the skin texture
The peel consists of applying a chemical agent that will exfoliate the skin. The aim is to regenerate the skin cells in order to improve the appearance and quality of the skin. This technique, as well as laser treatment of stretch marks or microdermabrasion, should only be performed by a specialist.
The chemical peel should only act on the superficial part of the skin known as the epidermis (the other layers being the hypodermis at the bottom and the dermis just in the middle). The lower layers should not be covered. The abrasive action of the acid will stimulate the production of collagen, which will create new skin and fill in / remove stretch marks.
A chemical peel is a type of skin treatment that uses an acid solution to exfoliate the surface layers of the skin. The process removes dead and damaged skin cells and promotes skin regeneration.
This aesthetic technique is commonly used to reduce the appearance of age spots, sun damage, freckles, acne scars and stretch marks.
TCA action: Trichloroacetic acid
Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) stimulates the fibroblasts giving more elasticity and tone to the skin. The skin will start to peel significantly on the third day and after 8 to 10 days will be replaced by new skin with fewer stretch marks.