The Gloss Peel is a precise combination of 17% Trichloroacetic acid 17% Salicylic acidin a phenol-free, anhydrous gel vehicle that limits ionization of the free acids.
What does TCA stand for?
TCA stands for Trichloroacetic Acid (CAS Number 76-03-9)
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- Trust Company of America (Colorado)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The skin peeling agent here is often an acid such as trichloroacetic acid, which produces a second-degree burn and turns the skin a greyish colour.
Trichloroacetic acid, an oxidative metabolite of trichloroethylene (TRI), is a ligand of the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) [alpha] and is involved in lipid homeostasis and anti-inflammation.
375% thiobarbituric acid, trichloroacetic acid in 0.
The authors suggested that 25 % trichloroacetic acid might be beneficial in promoting healing; a large randomized clinical trial is needed.
Dichloroacetic acid (DCA) and trichloroacetic acid (TCA), the HAA5s most commonly found, are also of concern.
Changes in the basic proteins associated with DNA during spermiogenesis were identified with alkaline fast green staining after DNA extraction with trichloroacetic acid and by cytochemical tests for arginine.
Chemical peels have been used, including 30%-35% trichloroacetic acid peels plus hydroquinone; 70% neutralized glycolic acid; and 48% free glycolic acid plus 30% trichloroacetic acid.