TCA Peels in Clinics
When it comes to specialized peels, the preferred option for syringoma removal in cosmetic clinics is TCA Trichloroacetic Acid. The main reason is that TCA allows easy removal of Syringoma usually within one or two sessions. This makes this product very successful within cosmetic clinics because the client can see the results soon after the first session and the results are achieved within a relatively short timeframe. However, TCA is not very easy to control and compared to other types of cosmetic peels, it could be too aggressive on certain skin types and more prone to cause, hypo or hyperpigmentation than other types of peels. Therefore it may not be the best option for home use given that there are milder peels available on the market which are easier to control.
TCA is a non-toxic chemical (trichloracetic acid), which has been used to perform skin peels for over 20 years. It is a relative of vinegar (acetic acid.) When TCA is applied to the skin, it causes the top layers of the skin to dry up and peel off over a period of several days up to one week. When the old skin is peeled off, it exposes a new layer of undamaged skin, which has a smoother texture and more even color.
Some dermatologists, in fact, still prefer TCA peels for treating sun damage or melasma, usually in combination with prescription creams. TCA peels are safe in the hands of an experienced dermatologist. TCA peels may be a good treatment option, particularly if you have Syringoma.
Usually, the main choice for Syringoma removal in cosmetic clinics is the use of TCA based peels. This is because if used properly and at the right concentration TCA allows removal of the Syringoma in one or two sessions only. This is ideal to both cosmetic clinics as well as the customers because this allows achieving the best possible results within a few sessions only. However, if the concentration is too high or the application of TCA is not done appropriately this cosmetic procedure could result in mild scarring (which is a very rare occurrence anyway). On the other hand, if the concentration of TCA is too low the results will not be apparent and the client will not be satisfied.
So, by using the right concentration of TCA it is possible to remove the Syringoma in one or two sessions. Remember that TCA is the best choice in cosmetic clinics because results are achieved and appreciable in a short time frame and few sessions. This makes both the client wanting to have their Syringoma removed and the Beauty therapist usually very satisfied. The client is happy because their problem is resolved and the beauty therapist has justification to bill the happy customer.
TCA drawbacks Control
Although very effective, the use of TCA requires a certain experience and training in order be used properly and achieve good results. This is because TCA is very effective but not as easy to control as other cosmetic peels and for this reason, neutralizers sometimes need to be used during the cosmetic procedure. The main reason for the sort of control difficulty of TCA is that it is not as easy to neutralize by using water as alternative Glycolic and Mandelic Acid for example.
These are the some of the effects of TCA for Syringoma Removal:
- Excessive Eyelid Swelling. This occurs one or two days after the application of TCA on the upper or lower eyelids.
- Stinging, numbness and burning of the skin.
- Skin peeling, including excessive peeling if you have a medium or deep peel.
- Redness, which can range from the color of a mild sunburn to a deeper red, depending on the peel.
- Crusting or scabbing of the skin, due to skin cells being removed.
- Increased photosensitivity (sensitivity to the sun that can lead to hyperpigmentation).
- In some cases when someone has sensitive skin, scarring or dermatosis/pigment problems can also potentially occur.
Additionally as stated above TCA is not very easily controllable and the most effective way to stop its acidity is to use a neutraliser. Please note that rinsing with water and drying the area can help but will not stop the effects of TCA immediately.
How do TCA peels work and what are the different depths of peel?
All peels work by removing chemically a layer of skin. Superficial or “light” peels remove only the top layer, mostly the layer of dead skin called the stratum corneum. Progressing from medium to deep peels, the layer of skin removed is greater with each increase in strength of the TCA peel solution. The stronger the TCA peel solution the greater the risk of complications like uneven pigmentation or even scarring after Syringoma Removal. TCA peels can be performed at different skin depths from shallow to deep. Most dermatologists now are using laser technology instead of deep TCA peels for Syringoma Removal.
Lighter TCA peels are usually done in a series of 2 or 3 for best results. This is similar to other light peels that usually involve hydroxy acids such as glycolic, salicylic, or a mixture of other hydroxy acids. Medium depth TCA peels are usually done once or twice a year and do require some downtime – usually about a week – when the peeling is obvious
Watch the effects of TCA for Syringoma Removal being used in a reputable cosmetic clinic. As you can see the effects are similar to some of the products you can buy online. Although it is not mentioned in the video we believe the active ingredients used is either TCA or BCA due to the withering of the area where the product had been applied. Also the mild swelling as well as the dark scabs suggest the use of this type of peels. Click here to watch their very good results in their clinic’s website.
Watch this other video below of Specialized peels used in a cosmetic Clinic, you will see the classic whitening where the peel has been applied suggesting the use of TCA.
Another video where probably TCA was used for both Syringoma and mole removal.
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