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PCA Skincare Facial Treatments to Improve Your Skin*
Customized Treatments as Unique as You Are!


PCA SKIN ® professional treatments are available from our PCA professionally trained and licensed cosmetologist in Madison, Wisconsin. The treatments, typically done in a series of 4-6, are scientifically formulated to gently stimulate, firm and tighten the skin. Advanced ingredients are carefully blended to work synergistically to remove dull, damaged surface layers without the downtime often associated with chemical peels. PCA SKIN’s philosophy is that skin rejuvenation should be done progressively, not aggressively. Clinical tests show results to be highly effective.

PCA SKIN peels and treatments include a customizable blend and application of peels, serums, creams, and a full spectrum SPF 30 sunscreen.

PCA SKIN treatments are beneficial for such troublesome conditions, as:

  • Sun damage
  • Hyperpigmentation (post-inflammatory, hormonal, all ethnicities)
  • Oily skin
  • Acne
  • Asphyxiated and sluggish skin
  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema and atopic dermatitis
  • Pseudofolliculitis (ingrown hairs)
  • Impaired barrier function
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Dramatic wrinkling
  • Uneven tone and texture
  • Laxity
  • Sensitive skin
  • Rosacea
  • Dehydrated skin
Recommended frequency:
  • Acne – every 2 weeks
  • Hyperpigmentation & Anti Aging – every 3 weeks

Preparing for a PCA SKIN peel treatment
Please follow the below recommendations to prepare for PCA SKIN professional treatments.

  • For best results, it is recommended to use PCA SKIN daily care products or those products agreed to during the consultation process at least two weeks prior to treatment.
  • It is recommended that sun exposure be avoided for 10 days prior to treatment. Treatment is not recommended for anyone with windburn or sunburn.
  • It is advised to delay the use of Retin-A®, Renova®, Differin®, Tazorac®, or Avage® and high performance glycolic acid products for approximately seven days prior to treatment. (Using any of these products prior to treatment may make your results less predictable).
  • If you are lactating, pregnant or may be pregnant, only the Oxygenating Trio or Detox Gel Deep Pore Treatment is appropriate. (Check with your obstetrician.)


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Frequently Asked Questions
The level of discomfort experienced depends on the treatment. Most PCA SKIN peels are gentle and create little or no burning or stinging sensations in the skin. PCA SKIN’s superficial peels create minimal discomfort and produce beautiful results for most clients.
Yes, but only if they use sunscreen protection every day. Sunbathing should be avoided prior to treatment, directly following, and while the skin is peeling. If you are getting peels to reduce hyperpigmentation, it is imperative to use the appropriate PCA SKIN brightening products as well as broad-spectrum sun protection daily and to avoid unnecessary sun exposure to reduce any chance of further hyperpigmentation.
No. Dry skin is partially the result of dead cell build up which actually hinders natural exfoliation as well as the absorption and penetration of vitamins and nutrients. Having a PCA SKIN peel will remove the surface buildup, hydrate the skin and give it a plumper, “thicker” appearance. The use of topical vitamin C, retinol and peptide products in a treatment as well as in a daily care regimen will help build collagen and elastin in the skin, thus making it stronger and more durable.
Several PCA SKIN peels fight bacteria, reduce inflammations and help promote healthy skin. Rosacea is best helped with a combination of medical therapies, in-office treatments, daily care products and lifestyle considerations. Heat aggravates rosacea, so stay cool.
**(For a complete description of rosacea and a list of signs and conditions, please check out www.rosacea.org. To determine if have rosacea, please see your dermatologist).

*Results may vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.