Hi all! Recently I having some skin problem, it’s quite serious for me. I’m here to tell you a little story of my skin.
Previously when I was in secondary school, I have mild acne skin. After I studied collage I was thinking to cure the acne. I know it’s not so serious but I can’t leave the acne on my face!! (I know I’m typical OCD haha!) Then my friend have try a home care peeling skincare to cure her acne skin, so I contacted the agent. After few month, I started using the peeling skincare. After 2years using the peeling skincare, I stopped using it slowly. Because I don’t want to do the peel continuously.. It’s tough for me! And then I found Mediviron UOA.
I started the treatment on 16th January. Let me tell you what I did at Mediviron UOA and how they help me cure my acne skin!
Mediviron founded in 2001, they have been this aethetics industry for more than 13years. The clinic is a top-notch aesthetics center which is sitedin the heart of KL’s Golden Triangle (around Pavilion). they providing a comprehensive range of non-surgical aethetic procedures and advanced laser treatments.
I was talking to Dr Jasmine about my acne problem and my skincare routine. She said, must be the things you put on your skin brings you trouble and sleep late it’s also will cause you acne! (YES! I Agreed!) Dr Jasmine advice me to do the TCA Peel (Tri-Chloroacetic Acid) & LED Phototherapy! I will explain to you some detail about the treatment.
TCA Peel (Tri-Chloroacetic Acid)
TCA Peel is one of the original skin rejuvenation peels. They are recommended for men and women of all ages wanting to improve moderate to severe sun damage and or signs of ageing. Superficial TCA Peels are designed as mild to moderate peels. Their strength and therefore peeling effects can be increased, by layering the applications.
NOT SUITABLE FOR THOSE WHO:
• Roaccutane used in the last 6 months
• Dermatitis or infection in the area to be treated
• Abnormal wound healing
Expected changes over the next 7 to 14 days include:
Day 1 to 3 – Tight, dry skin with moderate redness and sensitivity
Day 2 to 5 – Areas of darkened skin (this is the old skin in preparation to peel)
Day 3 to 7 – Peeling or slight flaking lasting 2 to 5 days