PCA Advanced Skincare Review

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Editor's Review: 3.8 / 5.0

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PCA Advanced Skincare Systems are basically skin treatments claimed to offer the user a combination of aesthetics and medicine at a “prescription level,” but without the need for an actual doctor’s prescription. This skin care manufacturer aims to provide users with advanced, yet gentle professional skin care products for daily use. PCA Advanced Skincare has been in business for nearly 20 years at this point and claims to “set the bar” when it comes to innovative skincare, which starts at a cellular level.

The line of PCA Advanced Skincare Systems are solely available for purchase through licensed physicians and skin care professionals. PCA Advanced Skincare products range from daily cleansers, to toners, to nighttime moisturizers, to daytime sunscreens, to masks, to Vitamin C Topicals, to Pigment Control products, to Advanced Treatment products, to acne/blemish control, to exfoliants. There is additionally a line of PCA Advanced Skincare treatments for men. Key ingredients found in PCA Advanced Skincare products are several Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) such as lactic acid (aids with skin discoloration), malic acid (hydrates skin), glycolic acid (oil control), citric acid (builds skin cells), tartaric acid (antioxidant) and mandelic acid (evens skin tone). These products also contain peptides like “Acetyl Hexapeptide-3″ (Argireline) and a number of plant botanicals. PCA Advanced Skincare Systems aim to rejuvenate skin, reduce common signs of aging and improve skin’s overall texture and appearance.

Product Details

The PCA Advanced Skincare Systems line is marketed toward all skin types and age groups. This skin care company claims to offer “professional level” treatments, but without the prescription. Primary components incorporated into the PCA Advanced Skincare line are lactic acid (aids with skin discoloration), malic acid (hydrates skin), glycolic acid (oil control), citric acid (builds skin cells), tartaric acid (a free radical fighting antioxidant) and mandelic acid (evens skin tone). In addition, the patented peptide Argireline and a number of plant botanicals are used. Argireline is added to relax muscles and potentially assist with wrinkle reduction. This line of skin products endeavor to reduce redundant cosmetic dilemmas such as fine lines, discoloration, wrinkles, age spots and sun damage.

The Good

  • The PCA Advanced Skincare official website offers customer testimonials.
  • Active ingredient descriptions are provided on the website.
  • The website provides trial size product systems.

The Bad

  • The official PCA Advanced Skincare website does not offer free samples.
  • The full line of PCA Advanced Skincare products are not available via the website.
  • Some PCA Advanced Skincare products may be irritating to sensitive skin.
  • Product pricing is not offered on the official website.
  • The PCA Advanced Skincare treatments are solely available through skin care professionals.

The Bottom Line

In regards to The PCA Advanced Skincare products, it’s rather reassuring that the treatment line is manufactured by a company with a 20 year history. Unfortunately potential consumers won’t be able to determine what the products sell for. At least not through the official website. While PCA Advanced Skincare makes claims that their products are at a “professional level” and available without a prescription, it’s odd how the treatments are not available via the official website, but rather only through professional dealers.


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