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Unveiling the Power of Chemical Peels: Jesner Peel vs. Glycolic Acid vs. TCA Acid

chemical peel skin treatment applied to women

Chemical peels have long been cherished by skincare enthusiasts and dermatologists alike for their remarkable ability to rejuvenate the skin. Among the myriad of options available, Jesner Peel, Glycolic Acid, and TCA Acid stand out as popular choices, each offering unique benefits and outcomes. Let's delve into the nuances of these potent treatments to understand their differences and advantages.

Jesner Peel: Unveiling Radiant Skin Layers

The Jesner Peel, a medium-depth chemical peel, is renowned for its transformative effects on the skin. Formulated with a blend of salicylic acid, lactic acid, and resorcinol, this peel penetrates the skin's outer layers to address a multitude of concerns, including acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines.

One of the key benefits of the Jesner Peel is its ability to deliver visible results with minimal downtime. By inducing controlled exfoliation and stimulating collagen production, it unveils smoother, more radiant skin. Additionally, its versatility makes it suitable for various skin types and tones. However, for more resistant skin concerns this may not be the best option.

Glycolic Acid: The Radiance Booster

Glycolic acid, a type of alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), is celebrated for its exfoliating prowess and ability to enhance skin radiance. With its small molecular size, glycolic acid penetrates deeply into the skin, effectively dissolving dead skin cells and promoting cell turnover.
Read: The Ultimate Guide to Non-neutralized Glycolic Acid
The main benefit of glycolic acid lies in its ability to improve skin texture, tone, and clarity. By stimulating collagen synthesis and increasing skin hydration, it diminishes the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven pigmentation. Moreover, glycolic acid peels are typically well-tolerated and require minimal downtime, making them a popular choice for individuals seeking a gentle yet effective skin rejuvenation treatment.

TCA Acid: The Deep Rejuvenator

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peel is a medium to deep-depth chemical peel renowned for its profound skin-renewing effects. By inducing controlled injury to the skin, TCA acid prompts accelerated exfoliation and collagen remodeling, resulting in smoother, tighter skin with improved texture and tone.

The primary advantage of TCA acid lies in its ability to address moderate to severe skin concerns, including deep wrinkles, sun damage, and acne scars. While TCA peels typically entail longer downtime compared to superficial peels, the dramatic results they deliver make them a preferred choice for individuals seeking significant skin transformation.


Choosing the Right Peel for Your Needs

In the realm of chemical peels, Jesner Peel, Glycolic Acid, and TCA Acid each offer unique benefits and outcomes. Whether you're looking to achieve radiant skin, address specific concerns, or undergo a comprehensive skin rejuvenation treatment, there's a chemical peel suited to your needs.

Dermatologists recommend to start with the lowest concentration of acid to start. Dr. Bottiglione recommends the Dermatologist's Choice Glycolic Peel Pads which is formulated with mild active glycolic acid or the TCA Advanced Peel Solution for stronger and faster results. With the right products and treatment plan, you can unveil smoother, more youthful-looking skin and embark on a journey to radiant complexion.

Dermatologists choice glycolic peel cleansing pads

Glycolic Peel Cleansing Pads with Salicylic Acid

With one swipe of this texturized pad, instantly feel cleaner and see brighter-looking skin as a result of powerhouse ingredients non-neutralized glycolic acid and salicylic acid. 50 pads, 4 oz jar


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