At-home 50% Chemical Peel Did Not Turn Back my Skin Tone
on 24 Sep 2012
I agree with you that whoever sold her the product is to blame. However, one is also as much to blame when he/she has heard of the dangers of a high concentration peel without doctors supervision or approval, especially tca that is not even recommended on darker skin types. She should have researched it, (a simple google would have sufficed). Even better, right before purchasing it, she should have posted her pic and asked if a home 50% tca peel would be good for her. I am sure she would have got responses telling her not to even think about it and suggesting other things to try. Plus, I am very sure the instructions recommended a spot test, she could have at least done this and just had a small area to worry about. So, in my opinion both parties are to blame, more so the consumer in this instance because educating yourself in this day and age is crucial given so many people just want your money.
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