Carbon peel is a procedure which consists in exfoliating dead epidermis. This procedure involves application of a carbon mask and the action of the Q-Switch laser on the skin. Thanks to this combination, carbon particles penetrate deep into the skin, improving its appearance and deeply cleansing it.
Carbon peel is a unique type of peel which allows for exfoliation of dead epidermis, cleansing pores and normalising the work of sebaceous glands. The procedure is performed in order to smooth the skin, thoroughly cleanse it, illuminate it and restore its uniform colour. Such a complex effect is possible thanks to the use of the Q-Switch laser, which impacts the skin and the previously applied carbon mask. Activation of carbon particles produces the effect of deep penetration of carbon into the skin, which allows for removal of all impurities. In turn, ablation leads to effective exfoliation of dead epidermis and smoothing of the skin.
Carbon peel is a non-invasive procedure, it is not accompanied by significant pain, and no recovery is required after the procedure. The procedure may be repeated if necessary. Carbon peel is most commonly performed on the face, with other popular locations being the cleavage and the back. It is a very safe method of skin cleansing, revitalisation and rejuvenation. The procedure can be performed in both young and mature people. It should be remembered, however, that the use of photosensitizing preparations is a contraindication for carbon peel.