Peels – Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) Princeton
Chemical Peels are a popular treatment designed to gently exfoliate old and weathered skin cells to reveal a fresh layer that looks smoother and renewed. These treatments can also diminish acne scars and even out the tone and complexion of your skin. Solutions come in different strengths depending on the desired depth of the peel.
Chemical peels with a 35% concentration of trichloroacetic acid are considered medium strength. For a lighter, gentler version, the 15% concentration of acid might be the way to go. The 35% peel works beautifully on your fine lines and wrinkles by sloughing away just the top layers of the skin. Chemical peels of this strength may be used on the face and neck, as well as other areas of the body such as the hands and chest. The skin is usually completely healed within 1-2 weeks.
To find our more information about chemical peels and the various strengths, contact Dr. Adam Hamawy in his office located in Princeton, New Jersey.
Description: Chemical peels are a popular treatment designed to gently exfoliate dead, weathered skin cells to reveal a fresh layer that looks smoother and renewed.