Carbon peeling: a double impact on skin problems

Laser carbon peeling is a combined hardware technique of implying gentle exfoliation and deep cleaning of the skin. The procedure is for people of all ages and, if carried out correctly, gives a noticeable rejuvenating effect.

How is the procedure performed?

Before the session, cosmetologist examines the skin and if there are rashes or signs of inflammation on it, he gives recommendations for their treatment. If there are no such skin problems, you can proceed to the carboxylic acid tolerance test. To do this, cosmetologist applies a little to the elbow bend and leaves it for a while. If there is no allergic reaction, you can proceed directly to the procedure.

To enhance the therapeutic effect, a carbon mask consisting of mineral oils and fine carbon is applied to pre-cleansed skin. Nanomask has an antiseptic effect and killing bacteria that cause acne, so it remains on the skin for several minutes to penetrate deep into the pores. After this, the laser effect begins. In the process of laser processing, a microexplosion of particles of the carbonic solution introduced into the pores occurs, due to which all impurities and dead cells leave.

Further, the dermis warms up deeply, thereby activating the production of collagen and elastin, which are responsible for the youth and beauty of the skin. After completion of the procedure, remains of the mask are removed from the face.

The effect will be noticeable immediately after the completion of the first session, but to consolidate and improve the result, it is better to repeat the procedure several times.

Indications for carbon peeling

The procedure is held to solve many medical and aesthetic problems of the skin:
– enlarged pores;
– pale complexion;
– fine wrinkles;
– acne;
– lack of collagen and elastin;
– lipid imbalance of the skin.

Carbon peeling – all-season procedure, it can be done both in winter and summer.

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