Carbon Laser Peel

The Carbon Laser Peel is a new technique using two different sets of Nd:YAG laser parameters and has been developed in combination with a topical carbon lotion or powder. This laser treatment is highly beneficial for people who battle with oily skin, acne on the face or body, enlarged pores and blackheads. Moreover, the carbon laser peel rejuvenates the skin due to its excellent exfoliation properties leaving your skin refreshed with an instant revived appearance. In sum, the Carbon Laser Peel tightens pores, reduces scars and pigmentation, significantly reduces wrinkles, leaving your face plumped and glowing. The Carbon Laser Peel has become one of the most popular facial treatments in Hollywood and is also known by China Doll Facial or Hollywood Carbon Laser Peel. Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, and Kim Kardashian are the forefront celebs of this treatment and are always snapped with perfect radiant skin on the red carpet. The Carbon Laser Peel is known for stimulating collagen production, and it also evens the skin tone out. These celebs swear by the results of this treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The medical aesthetician will apply a carbon layer onto the skin to penetrate deep into the pores. The Q-switch laser highly attracts carbon particles when passed over the area while the laser destroys the carbon layer. Thus, all the dead skin cells, contaminants and oil are eliminated with the carbon particles' implosion.
We recommend 3-6 sessions every 3 to 4 weeks. This gives your skin ample time to produce additional collagen and elastin. The more treatments performed, the better the long-term results in reducing both pore size and minimising wrinkles.
Improvement in pore size and with active acne; the increased tone of the skin; stimulation of collagen and elastin; clearer complexion and radiance; reduces fine lines and wrinkles; reduces acne, scars and post-acne discolouration; dead skin cells are removed from the superficial epidermal layer. The Carbon Laser Peel procedure uses no harsh formulas or abrasive scrubbing techniques during the process. There are no adverse chemical reactions or recovery time needed. The clean exfoliation effect is immediate, and as soon as the treatment is over, the skin feels clean with pores cleared and minimised. There are no delayed peeling afterwards; instead, your skin looks noticeably smoother afterwards. The Hollywood peel takes from 30-60 minutes in total, and most people find the procedure reasonably comfortable.

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