Contact Us

PCA SKIN products and treatments are available through select clinical practices throughout the United States and in over 70 countries worldwide.

For a referral to a medical or skin care professional near you who carries PCA SKIN products, please call 877.PCA.SKIN [722-7546]. You may also send an email to info@pcaskin.com. Please be sure to include your zip code with any email requests.
Mailing Address:

6710 East Camelback Road, Suite 230

Scottsdale, AZ 85251

 Phone: 877.PCA.SKIN [722-7546]

International Phone: 480.946.7221

Fax: 480.946.5690

 Patient Inquiries: 800.367.8185

18 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Kelsie Arvidson says:

    Hello! I am wondering about incorporating PCA peels into my facial service. I know that all the peels (except maybe one) are leave-on/self-neutralizing, but am wondering if there is an option to leave the peels on for a certain amount of time, then remove and proceed with massage, mask, etc. I want to offer the peels by themselves and also as an add-on to their facial, that way they have a few more options for skin treatments. Thank you so much for your time!

    • Hi Kelsie:

      Thank you for your question. We require certification in order to purchase our peels and professional masks. Our Skin Biology & Chemical Peel Seminar is a comprehensive 8 hour course that will walk you through an understanding of various disease pathways of the common skin conditions we see in our practices, and then focus on all of our peels and masks and how to use them appropriately. Please call our team 877-722-7335 to find out more and to register.

  2. Teresa Weaver says:

    How do I find product prices and order. It does not show me??Or take me to shopping cart to put products in, just tells me its empty.

    • Hi Teresa, Although you do have a PCA SKIN account, online ordering is currently only available to those who are Certified Professionals through PCA. Feel free to contact a member of our Education Department to find out more about becoming a PCA SKIN Certified Professional.

  3. Hathi says:

    Hi,
    If someone is allergic to Chlorothiazide , can she use pigment gel phase 13 and Hydrator plus SPF30? do these products contain sulfa or sulfonamide derivatives. thanks

    • Hi Hathi!

      PCA SKIN does not use sulfa in our products. Sulfas are found in antibiotics. We do use sulfur in BPO 5% Cleanser and Acne Cream – however, sulfas and sulfurs are in no way related. Therefore, there is likely no reason your patient shouldn’t use Pigment Gel or Hydrator Plus. If there is any question or concern, it’s best to have the patient ask their physician.

  4. Jimmie says:

    Can you tell me the order of the steps for the hyper-pigment protocol? I have lost the instructions and can’t remember the order.

  5. Suzanne Schillaci says:

    I am esthetics student and very interested in learning about your line. Is there a way to start early, before I am licensed? Any suggestions? I know one of my instructors really likes your line. We use Bioelements at our school but I have heard great things about PCA. Thank you for any help.
    Suzanne

  6. elena says:

    any suggestions to a regimen. I am hispanic so my skin tens to leave scars or hyperpigmentation after pimples. I dont have acne i do get cystic pimples one or two once in while. I ve been getting chemical peels and microdermabrasion. My regimen as follows i wash my face with the cleanser for normal skin, i then use the nutrient toner and i put on the a & c senergy serum and then i do a spot treatment with the pigment gel. I do use mostrizier but from cerVe

    • Hi there, we unfortunately cannot recommend products without assessing your skin face-to-face. Feel free to give us a call so we can refer you to a PCA SKIN professional in your area: 877.PCA.SKIN [722.7546].

  7. Carol Young says:

    A question about pH from the Frosting/Blanching post:

    “Keep in mind that if a patient’s peel penetrates deeper in specific areas, those areas will have a pH closer to blood (7.3-7.4) than intact skin (5.5). Products must be chosen carefully to accommodate for this change in pH.”

    What does this mean, precisely? Use a product with a pH that’s closer to 7.3-7.4? What product has that? What are you recommending?

    Thank you.

    • It depends on the depth the clinician intends to go with the peel. A deeper penetration may mean you’d want a slightly higher pH than that of the surface epidermis. We cannot recommend a specific peel universally as all skin types and conditions are variables individual clinicians must take into account with each and every patient. The bottom line is that neither frosting or blanching is going to harm the patient beyond a possible discomfort initially.

  8. Jenny Barton says:

    I have a client who is allergic to aloe. Can you help me with an appropriate treatment protocol and daily care regimen?

    • We can’t recommend a professional treatment without accessing the patient face-to-face. Skin type and condition must be taken into consideration, along with any allergies. What condition is this client looking to treat?

  9. Joana says:

    Please!!! I from Brasil, I are in Miami, I help the buy product Pca skin

    1- PCA Skin pigment gel ( com hidroquinona 2%

    2- Pca Skin pigment gel HQ free ( aço latico, kojico, Azelaico)

    3- Pca Skin brightening therapy with truetone ( resorcinol / alfa arbutin)

    4- Pca Skin perfection protection broad spectrum. Spf 30 ( melasma pos procedimento)

    Por favor! Onde posso comprar esses produtos, ja procurei por varios lugares em miami.. Aguardo uma resposta urgente porque fico em miami ate sexta!!

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