TCA Tattoo Removal

TCA or Trichloroacetic Acid is a trendy non-prescription skin peeling product commonly used by cosmetic dermatologists, medical spas and people just like you, to remove fine lines, wrinkles and acne scars on the face. TCA can also be used to remove calluses, stretch marks, age spots, genital warts and much more. People who have been treated with TCA tattoo removal have seen their tattoos fade and/or completely disappear.

TCA Tattoo Removal Procedure

TCA looks and feels like water and is applied with a q-tip precisely where you want it to go. TCA can does not need to applied in your doctor's office you can put it on yourself at home.

TCA is a controlled inflammation that is created on the surface of the skin above the tattoo. This inflammation causes the pigment or ink to naturally break apart and travel to the surface with new skin growth. Your body actually does the majority of the work. Repeating the process of this controlled inflammation is what helps to fade or remove a tattoo. TCA is the gentlest way known to generate the controlled inflammation necessary for tattoo removal.

When applying TCA, you should do one application every six weeks. After the application process, it takes about two weeks for the treated skin to begin to peel. Once peeling begins it takes another week for all the dead skin to fall off. After the dead skin has come off you'll want to wait another 2 to 3 weeks before you begin your next peel. is a leading resource for TCA tattoo removal information. Search for a laser tattoo removal clinic in your area today!

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