The PRxt33 Reverse Peel treatment involves a strategic approach designed to gradually rejuvenate and revitalize the skin. It typically consists of three (3) phases, each contributing to the overall improvement of the skin’s texture, tone, and appearance.
The specialized PRxt33 gel is applied evenly to the skin’s surface. This gel contains a unique combination of trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which work synergistically to stimulate the skin’s natural healing processes. The gel is gently massaged into the skin to ensure even distribution and absorption.
The PRxt33 gel begins to activate and stimulate the skin. The trichloroacetic acid (TCA) in the gel initiates a controlled inflammatory response within the skin’s layers. This controlled inflammation triggers the body’s natural wound healing mechanisms, which include the production of collagen and elastin.
The High concentration peel containing lactic and phytic acid with iron chelating properties (removing excess iron). Lactic acid reaches the basal layer, promoting cell vacuolization to remove pigment from inside out, without harming the surface layers.
Collagen and elastin are essential components for maintaining skin elasticity, firmness, and a youthful appearance. As these proteins are produced in response to the treatment, the skin’s texture begins to improve, fine lines and wrinkles may become less noticeable, and the overall complexion starts to appear more radiant.
Contains Hydroxy acid Peel with Glycolic Mandelic and Salicylic Acids that gently exfoliates skin’s outer layers. Phytic acid enhances iron chelating effects. The third phase of the PRxt33 Reverse Peel treatment involves the renewal of the skin and the manifestation of visible results. The increased collagen and elastin contribute to smoother skin texture, reducing the appearance of roughness or unevenness.
It’s important to note that the PRxt33 Reverse Peel is often performed as a series of treatments spaced several weeks apart to achieve optimal and cumulative results. The specific number of treatments required will depend on individual skin concerns and goals.