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PCA MD Peel
MD Peel (CCl3) is a true medium-depth peel most suitable for resilient skin. This highly active treatment rejuvenates the skin and improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while promoting an even skin tone. Note: For physicians’ use only.
Wonderful atmosphere and all the gals make you feel welcome upon entry. I’ve been struggling with acne since getting off birth control so I started seeing Kelly for chemical peels monthly and my skin looks better and better every time. My skin has cleared up tremendously and the texture is so much better…glowy and smoother. I’m also receiving regular laser hair removal sessions from Joy and she really is just the best! Getting your bikini lasered is mildly frightening and Joy is so amazing at making you feel as comfortable as possible! Love this place!
- Provides dramatic skin rejuvenation
- Promotes an even skin tone
- Improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
+ Lactic Acid (10%) – an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) naturally found in milk and sugars. It breaks down the bonds between cells (desmosomes) to allow for easier exfoliation of dead surface cells, hydrates the skin, and inhibits melanogenesis by suppressing the formation of tyrosinase.
+ Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) (20%) – a superficial and medium-depth peeling agent that helps minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scarring.
+ Alpha-Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid) – a natural compound with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that interferes with the internal pathways of hyperpigmentation.
+ Emblica – a botanical also known as Indian gooseberry or the Malacca tree. It contains a high concentration of tannins, which have been shown to reduce discoloration and the visible signs of aging.
+ Silymarin – a powerful antioxidant that provides anti-inflammatory benefits and has a protective effect against UVA-induced oxidative stress. It suppresses UVB-induced skin edema and the formation of sunburn cells.