Biorevitalization peel PRX-T33

The PRX-T33 biorevitalization peel is an innovative technique of TCA peel that stimulates the regeneration of the skin without involving exfoliation of the epidermis. It helps to strengthen the radiance and brightness of the skin, correct skin imperfections of the skin and reduce stretch marks.

The biorevitalization peel is indicated for patients who want to obtain the result of a TCA peel without its side effects while benefiting from the plumping effect permitted by mesotherapy.

The principle of the biorevitalization peel PRX-T33

The PRX-T33 peel represents the latest generation TCA peel. It is based on an innovative formula composed of 33% TCA (Trichloroacetic acid, the active ingredient of a peel), 5% Kojic acid and Hydrogen peroxide (H202).

The TCA PRX-T33 peel is developed by the WIQOMed laboratory and distributed in France by the Novelskin laboratory. The effectiveness of this new type of TCA peel has been proven in 10 years of clinical studies. In 2015, more than 100,000 patients were treated.

A peel with no side effect

The presence of hydrogen peroxide (commonly "hydrogen peroxide") modulates the action of TCA, which prevents desquamation. Despite a higher TCA than traditional peels (around 15-20%), the biorevitalization peel induces almost no side effects.

Who can benefit from a PRX-T33 biorevitalization peeling?

The biorevitalization peel PRX-T33 is indicated for patients wishing to:

  • Strengthen the radiance and brightness of facial skin
  • Treat dilated pores
  • Plumping the skin like a mesotherapy
  • Mitigate recent depressed scars (acne, varicella or impetigo scars, superficial traumatic scars, post-surgical)
  • Revitalize the skin of the neckline
  • Improve the hydration of the skin
  • Reduce stretch marks
  • Improve the aesthetic appearance of the hands

Face Diagnostic Consultation

To help you determine whether a PRX-T33 peel treatment meets your needs and expectations, the firm offers a face diagnostic consultation.

During this face diagnosis, an in-depth assessment of your skin will allow you to develop a tailor-made therapeutic protocol using different treatments of aesthetic medicine.

Bottle of the PRV-T33 biorevitalization peel from the WIQMed laboratory

The biorevitalization peeling session

The first step of the biorevitalization peel is to clean and dry the skin at the treated area (face, neck, décolleté, stomach, hands).

PX-T33 is applied to the skin by massage until the product is completely absorbed. Between 2 and 5 applications are made during the session.

The skin is then washed and rinsed with a soaked pad of water before a moisturizing and nourishing cream is applied.

In the days following the session, the moisturizer that will be prescribed to you should be applied 2 to 3 times a day.

A biorevitalization peel session lasts about 30 minutes.

Result of a biorevitalization peel PRX-T33

The biorevitalization peel PRX-T33 has several advantages over other aesthetic treatments of the skin, especially the classic peels that generally cause significant consequences (redness, desquamation, social eviction).


Its effectiveness in revitalizing and correcting skin imperfections is superior to superficial peels while avoiding desquamation (loss of the superficial layer of the epidermis). Thanks to the action of hydrogen peroxide, the biorevitalization peel does not involve social crowding in the days following treatment.

Compared to traditional peels, the biorevitalization peel reduces the risk of pigmentary rebounds (appearance of brown spots on the treated area). It can be used safely on black, Asian or mixed skin.

A biorevitalization peel is ideal before the summer as it does not involve social exclusion or additional precautions related to the sun.

Like the mesotherapy and carboxytherapy techniques, the biorevitalization peel has a lifting effect and gives the skin back its suppleness and elasticity. Unlike these techniques, it does not induce needles during treatment and therefore no risk of marks on the skin.

How many sessions are needed to obtain an optimal result?

To obtain an optimal result, several biorevitalization peel sessions are often necessary.

The number of sessions varies according to the part of the body treated (face, neckline, scars, stretch marks) and the initial state of the skin, the main aggravating factors being age, sun exposure and smoking. For a rejuvenation of the facial skin, 1 to 5 sessions are recommended, with 7 days between the sessions.

During a consultation, the surgeon will indicate the number of ideal sessions according to your desire and the nature of your tissues.

As part of a global cosmetic, medical and aesthetic approach to the aging of skin, Universkin serums can be prescribed before and / or after a peel, to prepare the skin and optimize the result obtained.

Universkin is a functional dermatology protocol that offer a tailor-made cosmetic prescription, whose active ingredients and their dosage are determined after a complete diagnosis of your skin condition.

The biorevitalization peel can be combined with conventional peels in order to accentuate the stimulation of the skin and thus the effect of the peel.

Contraindications to this type of peel

  • A biorevitalization peel is not indicated for patients whose skin is irritated, prone to seborrheic dermatitis or rash (herpes).
  • In case of irritated skin, a redness will appear quickly and an intense burn will be felt from the first minutes of the treatment, which will then have to be stopped immediately.
  • It is also not recommended for patients allergic to Kojic acid (risk of itching) and latex.
  • Skins with a thick horny layer can not be treated because of the risk of exfoliation too intense.
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding.

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Dr Cédric Kron - Plastic surgeon in Paris

Former resident, Gold Medal of Surgery and Head of Clinic of Paris Hospitals (APHP), Dr. C. Kron is qualified in Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery. He practices as a plastic surgeon in Paris, with a comprehensive and tailor-made approach of aesthetic treatments.