Perfect Skin? Tell Me More About ‘The Perfect Peel’

By Angela Herrmann, COO

Mountcastle Plastic Surgery & Vein Institute

This is a medical grade medium chemical peel that will transform your skin! It features powerful antioxidants and a unique blend of acids, one of the powerful ingredients is called Glutathione.

Where does Glutathione comes from?

Our cells contain this important element. It is a substance made from three amino acids: glutamate, glycine and cysteine. Glutathione is one of the most powerful and beneficial antioxidants in the body!. It helps to boost immune system, detoxifies the body and helps  to combat free radicals!

What are free radicals?

Free radicals are unstable molecules  that causes oxidation in our body. Free radicals are the cause for cellular and DNA damage in our system, they contribute to aging and the onset of various diseases.

What other beneficial ingredients are in The Perfect Peel?

The key ingredients are:

TCA  (trichloracetic acid), is a non-toxic chemical. It is a relative of vinegar (acetic acid.) is an ingredient that is used to rejuvenate the skin by exfoliating superficial death skin cells

Retinoic Acid ( Vitamin A) an excellent anti- aging ingredient use to stimulate collagen production and also normalizes oil production on our skin

Salicylic Acid ( willow tree) is used mostly to treat acne. Salicylic Acid directly dissolves the keratin plugs that clogged our skin, therefore, it works great on blackheads and white heads.

Kojic Acid ( naturally produced by different species of fungi, like:  mushrooms.) it is use to brighten our skin, kojic acid reduce melanin formation, some times our skin over produces pigment and the result of it is : uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation and melasma.

The Perfect peel provides superior results, it is a great option to treat:

• Aging skin

• Acne

• Melasma

• Hyperpigmentation

This chemical peel improves skin tone, texture, reduces unwanted pigmentation, controls acne, reduce pores size, softens fine lines, stimulates collagen and elastin production for a firmer, more youthful skin!

The wonderful part about this peel is that is virtually painless!!! Yes!!! This chemical peel has a topical agent that makes the treatment comfortable.

This chemical peel is safe for most skin types and offers an easy, consistent peeling process.

Another phenomenal part about this chemical peel is that is comes with little skin boosters! , they contain the same synergistic blend of ingredient as The Perfect Peel but at a higher concentration. The boosters are highly effective for resilient skin such as very oily skin or very damage skin.

The perfect peel can be used in any part of the part such as: hands, chest, arms and back.

Another nice and convenient part from this wonderful chemical peel is that is comes with a post peel moisturizer and a mineral cream SP F 30 that contains 17% zinc oxide and 2% titanium dioxide, the formulation is lightweight, non-whitening formula that also contains antioxidants such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Green Tea so all you need to get is a gentle cleanser to wash your face, the rest  is included !!

Check out one of our latest videos where I am performing ‘ The Perfect Peel on my coworker Ragan.

If you have any questions or concerns schedule a complimentary appointment with us!

and let’s get you the perfect skin! … is just a peel away! as Bella medical products will say.


Timothy S. Mountcastle, M.D. is a Double Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, General Surgeon, and the Medical Director of Mountcastle Plastic Surgery & Vein Institute serving the Northern Virginia area. He is the Former Chief of Plastic Surgery at INOVA Loudoun Hospital and has been practicing aesthetic and reconstructive surgery since 2004. He serves as the Medical Director of the National Center for Veins and has offered advanced vein removal surgery since 1999. In 2014 and 2015.

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