TDF Glycolic Acid Peel

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TDF Glycolic Acid Peel is available in 4 different strengths – 20%, 35%, 50% and 70% (VCi High Potency with Vitamin C).

Glycolic acid peel (GAP) is an effective treatment suitable for all skin types and may be used for the treatment of active acne, removal of acne scars, blemished skin, hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone, dull-looking skin due to dryness and dehydration, fine lines and wrinkles due to aging and photo-damage.

The choice of which strength to use depends on the skin condition being treated.  A chemical peel using glycolic acid followed by an appropriate daily skincare regime with prescriptive homecare products is highly effective in rapid improvement and restoring normal looking skin.

For best results the TDF AHA chemical peel system is recommended for Professional Use only.  It is currently marketed to medical practitioners specialized in aesthetic medicine in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Myanmar.

If you are a resident in Australia, please refer to the Directory of Stockists in this website to locate your nearest clinic for a consultation appointment.

ABOUT TDF   TDF

Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula (TDF) is a leading brand of    professional skincare products first established in USA and later in Singapore in 1994.

The manufacturer of Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula products is the pioneer in alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) glycolic acid formulations and a respected name in the field of aesthetic dermatology.

If you have any questions about TDF Glycolic Acid chemical peel, please leave a comment below or contact us at info@achemicalpeel.com.

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