PRX-T33 biorevitalization peel derived from the traditional TCA (trichloroacetic acid) peel, offers a myriad of benefits without the usual side effects of traditional peels.
What is PRX-T33 Biorevitalization Peel
PRX-T33 is an advanced facial peel technique that promotes skin regeneration without the need for exfoliation. This means there’s minimal downtime and almost no side effects, making it a sought-after treatment for many.
One of the defining characteristics of this treatment is the use of hydrogen peroxide, which modifies the action of TCA. This ensures there is no peeling or desquamation, even though it contains a higher concentration of TCA than most peels.
Here’s a brief overview of the procedure:
Preparation: The treatment area (which could be the face, décolleté, stomach, neck, or hands) is first cleaned and dried.
Application: The PRX-T33 solution is then applied via a gentle massage until fully absorbed. Depending on the individual, between two and five applications might be necessary.
Post-Treatment Care: After the application, the skin is washed, and a nourishing and moisturizing cream is applied. For aftercare, it’s recommended to moisturize the skin at home several times a day.
Revitalization: The treatment enhances skin brightness and radiance, making it look youthful.
Correction: It effectively corrects skin imperfections and reduces the appearance of stretch marks.
Elasticity: The PRX-T33 peel has a notable lifting effect, giving your skin added suppleness and elasticity.
Non-Invasive: No needles are involved in the treatment process.
You can also combine the biorevitalization peel with conventional chemical peels for amplified results.
However, if you have seborrheic dermatitis or are allergic to Kojic acid and latex, it’s advised not to undergo this treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Is PRX-T33 suitable for all ages?
Yes, it’s safe for individuals aged 18 and above.
2. Is it suitable for all skin types?
Avoid PRX-T33 if your skin has conditions like seborrheic dermatitis, herpetic eruptions, or angular cheilitis. Also, those with “sensitive skin” might experience redness or a burning sensation.
3. Can all skin colors undergo this treatment?
Absolutely! PRX-T33 is safe for all photo types, including Asian skin.
4. How long is the treatment session?
A session for the face and neck roughly takes 20 minutes.
5. How many sessions are required for optimal results?
Although you’ll notice improvement after the first session, multiple treatments (typically every two weeks) are suggested for best results.
6. Are there any contraindications?
Avoid if you have sensitive skin, certain skin conditions, mental health issues, or if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
7. What results can one expect?
You’ll observe a rejuvenated, fresher skin appearance with improved texture, reduced pores, and fine wrinkles.
8. Is PRX-T33 the same as other peels?
Although PRX-T33 contains TCA, a known peeling agent, it doesn’t function as a traditional peel. It stimulates the skin’s deeper layers without affecting the surface.
9. How does it differ from other peels?
Traditional peels cause the skin to flake off, revealing new skin. PRX-T33 stimulates collagen production without the risks or downtime associated with standard peels.
10. Can PRX-T33 be combined with other treatments?
Yes, this treatment complements various aesthetic procedures. Consult your dermatologist for guidance.
11. What’s the recommended timeline if scheduling before an event?
For those familiar with the treatment, it can be done on the event day. First-time users should allow up to 5 days post-treatment.
12. Any aftercare tips?
Post-treatment, apply a moisturizing face cream for dry skin. Avoid excessive sun exposure and always use high SPF.
13. Are there any side effects or downtime?
Typically, there’s no downtime. Minor side effects include redness, flaking, or itching.
The PRX-T33 biorevitalization peel is a revolutionary skin treatment offering significant benefits without the usual challenges of traditional peels. If you’re considering this treatment, always consult with your doctor to ensure it’s right for your skin type and needs.