Active molecules

Trichloracetic Acid


What is Trichloroacetic Acid ?

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is a chemical peel agent used to treat changes in the papillary dermis. It is primarily used in preparing medium peels and can be present in lower concentrations in superficial peels. A TCA peel involves 4 to 7 days desquamation.

What are the attributes
of Trichloroacetic Acid ?

TCA coagulates epidermal proteins, causing frosting on the skin (whitish colour) upon application. It accelerates cellular renewal in the dermis and specifically stimulates collagen production by inducing collagenation.


Who is
Trichloroacetic Acid for ?

For anyone wishing to treat their pigmentary imperfections.

Our selection of peels with Trichloracetic Acid