Trichloroacetic Acid Tattoo Stretch Mark : Tca Gel 50% Trichloroacetic and Chemical Peel Tattoo Stretch Mark Removal 10g : Chemical Peel Tca

Trichloroacetic Acid Tattoo Stretch Mark : Tca Gel 50% Trichloroacetic and Chemical Peel Tattoo Stretch Mark Removal 10g : Chemical Peel Tca
Trichloroacetic Acid Tattoo Stretch Mark : Tca Gel 50% Trichloroacetic and Chemical Peel Tattoo Stretch Mark Removal 10g : Chemical Peel Tca Trichloroacetic Acid Tattoo Stretch Mark : Tca Gel 50% Trichloroacetic and Chemical Peel Tattoo Stretch Mark Removal 10g : Chemical Peel Tca Trichloroacetic Acid Tattoo Stretch Mark : Tca Gel 50% Trichloroacetic and Chemical Peel Tattoo Stretch Mark Removal 10g : Chemical Peel Tca (click images to enlarge)
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Possible side effects Milia Milia are superficial cysts or white bumps that can appear on skin that has been treated with a TCA peel. The bumps might be caused by the thick or occlusive ointments applied to the skin after a TCA peel. It can be reduced with the use of less occlusive ointments while the skin is healing from the TCA peel. Hypertrophic Scarring Scarring is a rare side effect of TCA peels. Scars might occur in people who have had facial plastic surgery. Other risk factors for scar development after a TCA peel includes poor skin care, thin skin, skin infections, uneven penetration of trichloroacetic acid into the skin and injury to the peeled skin that may be a result of scratching. Maderma is recommended to treat post-peel scars, if they occur. Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is the most common side effect of TCA peels. It is a side effect in which areas treated with a TCA peel become darker than other areas of the skin. It usually stems from sun exposure. Women who are on birth control pills are also at risk for developing postinflammatory hyperpigmentation. It may be advisable to discontinue taking the pill to reduce the risk of postinflammatory hyperpigmentation. Sunscreen application may prevent postinflammatory hyperpigmentation. If this condition does occur, it can be treated with retinoic acid and hydroquinone products. PLEASE NOTE THE GREEN COLOR IS REALLY FOR COLOR CODING PURPOSES ON OUR END AS AN EXTRA SAFETY PRECAUTION THAT A TCA GEL IS NOT SENT BY MISTAKE TO SOMEONE NOT ORDERING A TCA GEL AND THE GREEN COLOR MAY VARY

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50% TCA PEEL GEL USED FOR TATTOO AND STRETCH MARK REMOVAL COMPLETE AND EASY INSTRUCTIONS BELOW Always do a patch test before applying to desired area of removal. Wash the tattooed/stretch mark ar Brush the TCA peel onto the tattooed/stretch mark area of your skin with a small paintbrush. Thinl Re-apply the TCA peel to the tattooed/stretch mark area every four to six weeks. Wait until the skin Always use a sunscreen on the area whenever sun exposure can not be avoided.

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