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Desquamation

Natural shedding of dead skin cells from the stratum corneum

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Exfoliation

Physical/chemical removal of dead skin cells from the stratum corneum

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Physical examples

brush, scrub, micro

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Chemical examples

Enzymes, pumpkin, bromelian, papoin, trypson, paricreatin

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Acids

AHAs (alphas)
BHAs (beta)

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Peeling

The removal of cells from the epidermis by physical or chemical means where by living tissue is affected (not necessarily removed)

Physical-micro
Chemical- glycolic, lactic, salicylic

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Lcp

-Glycolic or lactic acids
-with ph no lower than 3.0 & a concentration no higher than 30%
- salicylic acid with a concentration no higher than 5%
-Physical-micro

ESTHETICIAN CAN DO

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MCP

-non rescorcinal Jesner (active)
-Jesners (glycolic, lactic, salicylic)
-TCA (Trichloracetic acid)
-AHA- up to 40-50% with a ph as low as 2.0

Not on the body or anyone with a heart condition.

Med spa
Medical setting

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DEEP

Laser Phenol
Deep micro
Medical

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Factors affects outcomes with LCP

Skin Type - thin-thick dry-oily
Choice of acid- glycolic/ lactic
Acid Concentration- 10%-40%
Ma -30% lowest 3.0
Acid PH- 3.0-4.0
Solution- gel/liquid
Application- hands, swaps, wipes, brush
Timing- apply thickest to thinnest neutralize and reverse.

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Vitamin A

Antioxidant
Epithelial tissue generation
Retinol
Retinyl
Palmitate

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Vitamin B

Niccin
Riboflanin
Pantothemic acid

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Vitamin C

Ascorbicacid
Anti oxidant
Healing
Collagen

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Vitamin E

40 copherol
Antioxidant
Healing agent

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Prescription Vitamin A

Retin A
Accutane
Harsh on body, drys up oil glands

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Zinc

Healing
Sunblock

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Copper

Healing
Melanin production
Promotes cell formation

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Calamine

Zinc & iron oxide
Anti inflammatory
Healing