Reveal 3 [10%]
TCA + AHA + BHA [10%]
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY.
A combination of TCA [Trichloroacetic Acid], AHAs [Alpha Hydroxy Acids], BHAs [Beta Hydroxy Acids], and enzymes. Blended to fuse, causing minimal irritation, producing almost no downtime and resulting in a powerfully effective corrective action. REVEAL 3 [10%] may not produce visible peeling on all skin though flaking is to be expected.
All skin types. REVEAL 3 [10%] is a light strength peel excellently suited to first-time TCA patients in need of penetrating action to correct acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. It produces remarkable skin brightening and begins correction of every visible symptom of photodamage.
WHAT IT’S FORMULATED TO DO
- REVEAL 3 [10%] is a light strength peel, with a pH range of 1.8-2.8, excellently suited to first-time TCA patients. It produces remarkable skin brightening and the multi-acid, multi-enzyme formula begins correction of every visible symptom of photodamage.
Lightweight liquid in pour bottle
- Lactic Acid Gentle AHA exfoliant; used to treat hyperpigmentation, age spots, and other factors that contribute to a dull and uneven complexion.
- Trichloroacetic Acid Denatures (breaks down) skin proteins to minimize pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles; Leads to shedding, flaking and peeling.
- Mandelic Acid Gentle AHA exfoliant; improves look of all signs of photodamage including hyperpigmentation.
- Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C; lightens and brightens while providing antioxidant benefits.
- Azelaic Acid Exfoliant; provides improvement of all signs of photodamage and breakout.
Water (Aqua), Lactic Acid, Trichloroacetic Acid, Alcohol (Denat.), Polyvinyl Alcohol, Mandelic Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Azelaic Acid.
See Product Insert for full instructions. Webinar training for use of this peel is available by request.
SUNBURN ALERT: All professional treatments contain a combination of acids which may cause increased photosensitivity and sunburn. Use of a sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher is recommended and limit exposure to UV light for a minimum of one week following treatment.