We are supplying TCA peels only in very rare cases because we found that TCA is too aggressive for too many skin types. The use of TCA increases the risks of post hyper pigmentation and it is also difficult to control.
Richard placed an order online on our website.
He told us that he had undergone laser surgery in the past and the Xanthelasma had come back.
In these pictures which Richard sent us via email the Xanthelasma are evident and not very thick.
In the picture, the classic Xanthelasma is clearly visible on the right eye.
These are the lesions only a few days after the non TCA based XanthRemover formulation was applied by the customer.
Treatmemt Effect Day By Day
If a TCA based formulation is used the peel will almost inevitably cause swelling. In this case Richard did not experience any swelling. As seen in the picture above of the right eye the chemical ablation did not cause any swelling
In the above picture, after the area had recovered, there is the usual hypo-pigmentation of the area treated with the XanthRemover. This is not to be confused with scarring as hypo-pigmentation, after a few months, naturally blends in leaving no trace of the treatment.