Tartaric Acid

Definition - What does Tartaric Acid mean?

Tartaric acid is a grape extract that is primarily used in non-surgical facial treatments. Similar to other fruit acid peels, tartaric acid peels work to smooth skin and reduce the appearance of acne and acne scars. This chemical peel is appropriate for men and women who suffer from a variety of skin conditions. Generally, repeated treatments are required.

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Tartaric acid used in fruit acid peels is commonly referred to as a "lunchtime treatment" simply because it can be accomplished quickly and requires virtually no recovery time. Typical reasons that a patient may undergo a tartaric acid treatment include brightening dull skin, removing dry, rough patches, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing the appearance of scars, or evening out pigmentation issues. Most patients require a series of four to six treatments to achieve the most desired result.

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