Trichloroacetic Acid – TCA 15%

Introducing Clamentine’s TCA Body Peel – your ultimate solution for effective exfoliation and skin rejuvenation!

Our TCA Body Peel is formulated with a potent concentration of 15%, making it a powerful yet safe exfoliating treatment. This chemical peel penetrates deep into the skin, effectively removing dead skin cells, revealing a smoother, brighter, and more youthful complexion. The TCA Body Peel is specially designed to target a range of skin concerns, including uneven skin tone, sun damage, fine lines, and rough texture. With regular use, you can experience significant improvements in skin clarity, firmness, and overall radiance.

Not only does our TCA Body Peel promote cell turnover and stimulate collagen production, but it also helps to minimize the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation. Achieve a more even and refined skin tone with this transformative peel. Clamentine’s TCA Body Peel is suitable for all skin types and can be easily incorporated into your skincare routine. Whether you’re looking to enhance your skin’s texture or diminish the signs of aging, this chemical peel is your key to achieving a youthful and glowing complexion.

Experience the power of Clamentine’s TCA Body Peel and uncover your skin’s true potential. Say goodbye to dull and tired-looking skin and hello to a renewed, radiant you!

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A TCA peel is a noninvasive skin treatment used to treat skin discolorations, scarring, and wrinkles. These peels get their name from trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which is used to clear away dead skin cells to reveal the newer and smoother skin layers below.

TCA peels are part of the group of skin treatments called chemical peels, which are used to exfoliate your skin by using different strengths and combinations of nontoxic acid ingredients.

TCA Peel


Re-freshening of the skin’s appearance. Improvement of fine lines, actinic keratoses, sallow and uneven skin tone, post inflammatory pigmentation and roughly textured skin. Acne, shallow and rolling acne scars, and melasma. Very beneficial to persons of all skin types. Ethnic skin tones or darker skins tones can safely undergo beneficial resurfacing with proper preparation. This peel can be used not only on the face, but on the neck, chest, back, arms, hands, etc.


You are a candidate if you have slight wrinkles, hyper pigmentations, splotchiness, unevenness, acne, acne scars, black heads or sun damaged skin. Very dark-skinned individuals may use the TCA formulation, but it will not remove spotting in the skin.


TCA works by coagulation of the proteins in the epidermis and dermis. It does not need to be neutralized like other acids. In fact, it cannot be neutralized; therefore, a bicarbonate solution is not necessary with this peel. The strength of a TCA peel is not gauged essentially through the percentage of the acid, but by the VOLUME of solution applied and the NUMBER of coats of solution. A light even coat, applied in multiple layers, until a light frost is achieved is the best way to get exceptional results.


You should not have a chemical peel if you will continue to have excessive sun exposure. Active Herpes Simplex (have a doctor prescribe Zovirax for you), Warts, history of Keloidal scarring, any type of recent facial surgical procedures. You should not have a chemical peel if you’ve used Accutane in the last year (it will increase your chances of scarring), or if you are *pregnant or lactating. If you have any auto immune diseases, have had any recent radioactive or Chemotherapy treatments – have sunburn, windburn or broken skin or have recently waxed or have recently used a depilatory such as Nair or use Vaniqua.


To exfoliate and flatten the stratum corneum (skin’s outermost layer), pre-treatment is truly important. For a minimum of two weeks, begin and end each day by

1.) washing with a pH acidic cleanser. If you have pigmented skin,

2.) Apply an anti-oxidant such as Vitamin C, and an

3.) Use moisturizer and SPF cream each day.


After your peel it will be important to keep your skin moisturized with a quality, healing product. We recommend good quality moisturizer or other healing product that will boost your epidermal regeneration after the peel.

*Do not skip moisturization to try and speed up the peeling. Allowing your skin to become dry will actually cause the process to take longer.

We recommend using Clamentine’s HydraBalance gel moisturizer as its formulation is made for optimal healing and glow. If  peeling is done on Sun exposed area, the use of sunscreen is must. 


  • 1-2 layers: Your skin may feel and look as though you have a sunburn. It may also feel tight. Do not rub your skin or make exaggerated facial movements. Use a gentle cleanser, pat dry and apply your healing products throughout the day as needed.
  • 2-3 layers: Your skin may feel and look as though you have a sunburn. You may have white spotting (frosting) and/or a pink coloration covering your face for the first half hour or so. Any redness will fade over the next few hours. Do not rub your skin or make exaggerated facial movements. Use a gentle cleanser, pat dry and apply your healing products throughout the day as needed.
  • The next few days: Your skin may turn a tan or brown color in about 2-3 days. The skin will get tight and will start to shed on days 3-4 average. Most of the skin will be completely exfoliated in approximately 7-10 days. Let your skin heal naturally and DO NOT EVER tug on any skin that is peeling from your face (you may trim with nail scissors) as it is protecting the newly generating skin below it. If you exfoliate skin prematurely, you can be left with a pink colored skin, hyper-pigmentation or possibly scarring.
  • After 1 week: It is entirely possible that another fine layer of skin may peel again at this point. This is normal and will not be as excessive as the first peeling phase.


How often you can apply another TCA peel is directly related to how many layers of solution have been applied. Each layer must be applied according to directions to be a light volume of solution. More layers equate to a deeper peel and longer regeneration time is needed in between applications. Always keep in mind: The downtime following a peel is just as important as the peel itself. Regeneration is happening at this key point.

The following guidelines are to be followed.

1 Layer

Application 1x every 2 weeks.

2 Layers

Application 1x every 4 weeks.

3-4 Layers

Application 1x every 5-7 weeks. (More than 3 layers is Recommended to be done under supervision of certified cosmetologist or doctor.)

24 hours prior to application, test for sensitivity and allergies by applying a patch test. Rinse after 3 minutes and watch for irritation.

Your skin condition and overall health are the biggest factors in determining if you are a good candidate for a TCA peel. Applying this product without proper consultation constitutes as using at your own risk. If you have any concerns as to whether you should be applying this peel, please consult your dermatologists.


  • READ entire instruction page.
  • Follow PRE-TREATMENT for best results. *Do not apply Retinol or leave-on acid products the day before your peel. Let your skin rest. Never use abrasive products immediately prior to a peel (scrubs).
  • Apply your TEST patch at least 24 hours prior to peel.
  • Cleanse the skin with a deep cleanser.
  • Clean with layer of pad having highest percentage alcohol and let air dry.
  • If you wish – protect fingers with a glove.
  • Pour 2-5 drops of solution into a cup.
  • Fold gauze pad in half and dip into solution, saturating pad. (You can use cotton also)
  • Fold gauze in half again and give one GOOD squeeze to remove excess solution.
  • Apply a layer of solution to skin using a horizontal motion starting at your forehead – or – you may apply from outside
  • Allow solution to perform for 5 minutes or longer.
  • If you are an advanced user, you may now apply additional layers of TCA for a deeper peel or to reach a frost. Always wait 5 minutes for the skin to coagulate (frosting may be apparent) before neutralizing with water.
  • If you see frosting on only certain areas of your face, you may apply another layer to the areas that did NOT have a frost.
  • You will not apply more than 3 layers of solution. You will probably see a visible or spotty frost at 2 layers (skin turns white). *Only add on 1 extra layer at a time per treatment. Take the process slow. It should be the 3rd. application before you get to 3 layers!
  • You may splash your face with cool-cold water to soothe it when you have reached your end point(white spot on skin visible which is called frosting, that is end point) – or if it becomes too irritated. Some prefer to leave solution on, though it will not produce more peeling than rinsing.
  • Gently pat skin dry and apply healing product (Moisturizer).
  • Store product upright in a cool, dark closet. Keep away from children and animals!

Keep skin always moisturized and covered and/or apply SPF after using this product and for several weeks  after!

HydraBalance Moisturiser provides ultimate healing and hydration, specially after treatments like Chemical peels, Facial or other advance skin procedures. In addition to its hydrating properties, Clamentine’s HydraBalance Gel Moisturiser also helps to maintain the natural oil balance of your skin. It prevents moisture loss and keeping your skin looking healthy and youthful.

HydraBalance moisturizer