Laser Carbon Peel Guide
What is a laser carbon peel?
Please make an appointment with your service provider or certified aesthetician to discuss this treatment before doing it. Before the laser carbon peel, your physician will advise you to cease taking retinol for around a week. During this period, you should also use sunscreen every day. The laser carbon peel is a multi-step procedure that takes around 30 minutes from start to finish. It’s also called a lunchtime peel because of this.
What to Expect From Your First Treatment?
The first step is to understand the benefits of Carbon Peel. It’s now time to schedule your appointment and begin your journey to healthier, younger-looking skin. But, before you do, you might be wondering look!
The Carbon Paste
Your technician will first apply a thin layer of carbon lotion, cream, or paste to your skin. It will set for about 15 minutes as it warms up to the temperature of your skin. As the paste dries, it adheres to the dirt, oil, and dead skin cells on your skin’s surface.
The Laser Peel
When the carbon paste is hot and dry, the technician will pass a small laser light over your skin. This part of the procedure is easy. A mini-explosion occurs as the laser passes over your skin and detects the carbon. Heat is introduced deep into your pores, killing bacteria and stimulating collagen production. The laser destroys the carbon particles and the oil, dirt, and dead skill cells on the surface. The majority of people describe the sensation as warm and tingly. This warmth may linger for a short time after the treatment is completed. This is perfectly normal. You’ll be astounded by how smooth and plump your skin feels after Carbon Peel. You’ll notice a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and tightened pores almost immediately. The results are nearly instantaneous
What is the Target?
It has already been stated that those with oily skin benefit the most from the Carbon Peel process. Carbon Peel can also help you if you have acne breakouts or blackheads. Carbon Peel assists in literally getting to the root of the problem. The procedure aids in the reduction of bacteria that cause acne. It also causes the sebaceous glands, which produce oil, to shrink. Oil is responsible for clogging pores, which leads to blackheads and acne. You’ll see fewer outbreaks and pimples if you reduce the amount of oil on your skin and bacteria. Outbreaks on body parts other than the face occur in some people. Carbon Peel can also be used to treat body acne on your back or chest.
How does it work?
A normal laser carbon peel follows these steps:
- A coating of liquid carbon will be applied to your face by your service provider. The carbon collects oil, debris, and dead skin cells deep inside the pores.
- You’ll have to wait for the liquid carbon to dry for around 10 minutes.
- The laser technician will provide you with eye shields to protect your eyes from the laser when the carbon has cured.
- Your laser technician will use a low-energy laser to pass over the skin, such as the Nd:YAG. This causes the carbon to heat up and attach to the epidermis.
- We may advise you to skip the heating stage if you have sensitive skin or dark spots like melasma. The laser also warms subcutaneous tissue, increasing collagen production and plumping fine wrinkles.
- The laser will break the liquid carbon into small particles at a higher intensity.
- A smoke evaporator linked to the laser will remove the carbon and the debris and impurities it carries.
- After treatment, the laser technician may apply a moisturizer and sunscreen to your skin.
You should see a difference in your skin straight away, with brighter, more radiant skin and smaller pores.
- Expect to notice a minor pinking or reddening of your skin if you have sensitive skin that lasts about one hour.