At Home TCA Peel for Hyperpigmentations/melasma - Australia
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I'll update this as the days go one- I've...
- 21 Jun 2011
I'll update this as the days go one- I've just done my first 12.5% TCA peel. I've been getting microderms for months and use AHA / retin A products so my skin was well-prepped.
- Cost: it's cheap I got my kit from MUAC. It will probably last a year's worth of peels.
- Directions for use: I was wary both because of the cheap cost and DIY aspect, but I was glad to see that instructions were clear and thorough.
- As other reviewers have stressed, you must follow instructions explicitly so it takes being very mindful.
- Prep Time: Optimal results seem to come from good skin preparation -retin A and AHA products over a series of weeks.
-Patience : The results are said to be gradual and I'm not a patient person so I saw this as a bit of a drawback.
I've finally completed three weeks. The end...
- 3 Jul 2011
Verdict: one peel is some serious work and there are no results. I'm going to try again.
Third times the charm! I did four peels actually,...
- 1 Dec 2011
Third times the charm! I did four peels actually, but it was the third when I realized it really was working! The stubborn band of discoloration that was on my upper forehead, my upper lip, and in two patches beneath my eyes is gone. All gone.
I was really about to throw in the towel on the third try, but after about 4 days ( the peel was 18% and it was really intense) the skin came off in sheets ... with the
What's funny is, now that I tell people I had pigmentation really bad, they don't believe me.
I've stopped because summer's coming, but this is definitely part of my winter regime.
MUAC is easy to order from, comes with good instructions and is relatively cheap (I ended up here after doing a lot of research on other sites). The products took about 10 days to come so it wasn't too bad.