Carbon Peeling Application
What is Carbon Peeling?
Carbon peeling is one of the skin care applications whose main ingredient is activated carbon (activated charcoal).
In this peeling method, which is used to eliminate many skin problems, heat activated charcoal powder and laser beams are used. Carbon peeling is a quick and painless procedure to help improve skin appearance.
Peeling is done by peeling the outermost layer of the skin with the help of various solutions. Thus, the skin becomes smoother. Peeling process; It also targets problems such as light wrinkles, acne scars and color changes on the skin.
It is possible to get fast and effective results with the carbon peeling method. With carbon peeling application;
● The sebum production in the skin is balanced.
● It cleanses not only the surface of the skin, but also the dirt, oil and residues accumulated in the lower layers of the skin and in the pores.
● Dead cells on the skin surface are cleaned. This results in a much more vibrant skin appearance.
● It gives the skin a healthy appearance in all the appearance of blemishes, large pores, black and white spots.
It can be safely applied to individuals of all ages.
It can be preferred by men as well as women.
Even the toughest sunspots are easily removed through spot treatments.
How Is Carbon Peeling Made?
Carbon peeling is a multi-part process that takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.
Peeling can be done in different ways depending on the skin problems. There are three different peeling processes as light, medium and deep.
In the light peeling process, only the top layer of the skin is peeled, while in the deep peeling, the deeper skin layers are peeled off.
Light peeling; It is used to improve problems such as skin tone difference, acne, dryness. It may be necessary to repeat the peeling process in order to get results from this process.
Deep peeling; It is an application that can be used in the solution of diseases such as deep wrinkles and scars, skin lesions caused by cancer.
The stages of the carbon peeling process are as follows;
A liquid carbon layer is spread on the patient's face. Carbon absorbs oil, dirt and dead skin cells deep in the pores.
Wait about 10 minutes for the liquid carbon to dry.
After the carbon dries, an eye shield is put on to protect your eyes from the laser.
It then passes the laser over the skin in a low-energy environment. This heats the carbon and binds it to the epidermis.
Your doctor may skip this warming step if you have very sensitive skin or dark patches of skin. The laser also strengthens collagen by heating the tissue under the skin and plumps up fine lines.
At a higher energy setting, the laser is used to break up the liquid carbon into small particles.
A laser-connected smoke evaporator removes carbon as well as any impurities it contains.
A moisturizer or sunscreen can be applied to your skin after treatment.