Peel 10% & 20% at Shadonai Beauty School
What is Peel 10% & 20%?
These powerful facial exfoliating treatments consist of pure Salicylic Acid, diluted to its corresponding 10%-20%. These skin perfecting BHA chemical peels will help to gently remove dead & dull skin, while reducing inflammation, balancing hydration and clearing acne.
A Salicylic Acid Peel is also beneficial for dehydrated/dry and sensitive skin, sun damaged, dull and uneven skin. And it helps reduce acne inflammation, psoriasis, ingrown hairs, wrinkles and fine lines while improving texture and clarity.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different levels of peels?
The three major classifications of chemical peel are a light or superficial peel, a medium depth peel, and a deep peel. Within those three major classifications are four common types of peels: Alpha Hydroxy acid peels, Beta Hydroxy acid peels, Trichloroacetic Acid Peels, and Phenol peels.
Is 10% TCA peel strong?
The TCA 10% light strength peel is perfect for first time TCA users looking for something that will penetrate deeper than an AHA peel. This peel produces noteworthy skin brightening and tightening and will also address deeper wrinkles, sagging skin and texture issues.
What percentage of chemical peel should I get?
Percentages for superficial use range from 6% to 30%. A 6% TCA will produce a very superficial exfoliation (limited to the stratum corneum) with minimal tissue coagulation, while a 30% TCA will produce varying amounts of necrosis of the epidermal keratinocytes.
What is the difference between glycolic and salicylic acid peels?
Glycolic acid is an effective exfoliant, meaning it can remove dead skin cells. It’s well suited to reducing hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and uneven skin tone. If you have acne-prone skin, salicylic acid is usually a better option. It can get rid of excess sebum and prevent or treat acne.
What is the strongest facial peel?
The deep peel contains high concentrations of trichloroacetic acid, and it’s the most powerful of the chemical peels. While it produces more dramatic results than superficial or medium peels, it also requires a longer recovery time, and the procedure takes longer.
What is the highest level of chemical peel?
Finally, a deep peel is the final level of chemical peels available. This type of chemical peel focuses on the same layer of skin as the medium peel but uses phenol acid instead. This is the deepest level for the most stubborn of cases, such as scarring. A deep peel can only be done once, due to its severe nature.
How many layers of skin does a TCA peel remove?
Which is better TCA or glycolic peel?
Since the TCA peels exfoliate deeper into the dermis than a salicylic acid or glycolic acid peel, they have more potent and longer lasting results. That is why a TCA is typically used for quick treatment of a bad scar or freckles, and to lighten tattoos.
What type of chemical peel is best for wrinkles?
Trichloracetic acid (TCA) is most commonly used for medium peels. Peels of this strength are often used to remove the epidermis and the upper part of the dermis to treat problems like discoloration, deeper wrinkles and acne scars.
What percentage is a deep chemical peel?
The two most commonly used deep peels are high concentration TCA (≥50%), and the phenol peel.
How long can I leave 10% glycolic acid on my face?
If you do not face any skin reaction or irritation and want quick results, you can use 10% glycolic acid products 5 days a week. You can leave it on your face overnight and let it absorb into your skin. Wash it out the next day with water.
Can you see results after 1 peel?
Yes! Many people can see a significant improvement in the appearance of their skin tone and texture in as little as one peel treatment. This is because a peel functions as an exfoliant, which can drastically improve the superficial quality of your skin.
Can I use salicylic acid cleanser and vitamin C together?
Salicylic acid and vitamin C are both effective products on their own but, when combined, they can be even more beneficial. Whether you’re looking to brighten your skin, reduce the likelihood of blemishes or just help slow down the skin’s natural aging process, these ingredients may be just what you’re looking for.
Which skin peel is best?
1. Glycolic Chemical Peel. Out of all the peels available, the glycolic peel penetrates your skin the deepest, so it’s the best one for exfoliation. This is due to glycolic acid’s small molecular structure, which allows it to penetrate deep into the layers of the skin.
Which peel is best?
If your skin is on the oily side, I would recommend a salicylic peel. Salicylic acid not only will remove layers of damaged skin, but also penetrates deeper into the skin to reduce excess oil production, clearing up existing blemishes and helping to prevent future outbreaks.