Carbon Laser Peel

What is Carbon Laser Peel?

The Carbon Laser treatment is a laser procedure for enhancing the skin’s radiance and promoting a smooth, glowing complexion.
The Carbon Laser Peel treatment helps to reduce imperfections like enlarged pores that originate from the outer skin layer (Stratum Corneum).

How Many Treatment will you need?

Can be used as a one-off treatment to give a healthier more radiant feel to the skin for a special occasion or a course of one or two treatments a month for 6 months The actual number of treatment would depend on the severity of the skin condition, skin type and lifestyle.

Does it Hurt?

No, the treatment is comfortable and only a minor sensation similar to pins and needles is felt.

Treatment Procedure:

A carbon lotion is applied to the skin and allowed to dry over a period of 15 minutes. Then, a Q Switch Nd YAG laser is used to heat and cause an implosion of the carbon particles that lead to cause the following effects on the treated skin:

  •  Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
  • Tighten dilated pores
  • Reduce acne, scars and post acne discoloration
  • Remove dead skin cells from the superficial epidermal layer
  • Stimulate collagen growth
  • Improves skin texture
  • Restores skin integrity and radiance
  • Clears pores to help reduce blackheads and whiteheads

Aftercare

After treatment your skin will be cleansed and a moisturising treatment applied It is advisable to apply plenty of moisturizer and sun block to soothe the skin and stay away from excessive sun exposure during the recovery period. Make up can be applied after treatment; aesthetic products (for acne, hyperpigmentations, wrinkles etc.) can be applied the following day. There is no restriction of daily activities after the treatment.

Side Effects

The skin is often slightly pink immediately after treatment, but this subsides after a few hours, and make up and sunscreen may be applied immediately following treatment In rare cases, some patients may experience itching or swelling for a few days, bruises, infection and temporary hypo or hyper-pigmentation.