Carbon peeling is a highly safe peeling process applied on the skin with a laser device and carbon compounds. It is considered a revolutionary laser skin rejuvenation procedure.
How is carbon peeling applied?
A black-colored cream containing carbon particles is applied to the area to be peeled after the skin is cleaned thoroughly. It is then left for around 10 minutes for the pores to absorb the carbon particles.
The carbon peeling is performed with the Q-Switch ND Yag laser. The laser beam has a wavelength optimized to be absorbed by black carbon particles. Carbon particles absorbed by the skin are destroyed by laser pulses. The heat produced as a consequence of the process causes the peeling effect on the surface of the skin.
In which cases is carbon peeling used and what are the effects?
Some of the important effects are removal of skin spots, tightening of the skin, and increase collagen synthesis. Because of these effects, it is used to treat skin spots, remove medium-level wrinkles, improve skin quality with anti-aging effect, control skin oil secretion and narrow pores, removing blackheads.
A minor sensation of heat is felt during the procedure. It is necessary to use sunscreen after the procedure. The effects can be maximized by applying the procedure for up to 8 sessions with one-week intervals.
You can watch how the carbon peeling is done in our clinic:
What are the advantages of carbon peeling?
Unlike other skin peeling methods, it can be applied easily in all seasons.
- There is no feeling of pain during the procedure.
- No wound, crusting, skin peeling after the procedure.
- Immediately after the procedure, the person can continue with his/her normal life.
- It can be applied easily even to people with dark skin.
What are the application areas of Q-Switched Nd-Yag laser other than carbon peeling?
- Aging and sunspots (Senile - Solar lentigo)
- Pregnancy marks
- Acne spots
- Café au lait spots
- Removal of freckles
- Tattoo erasing
- Capillary varices
- Facial telangiectasias (capillary dilations)
- Port-wine Stains
- Cherry Angioma
- Spider Angioma (spider-like vasodilation)
- Vascular nevus
- Residual hemangioma
- Local erythema (regional rashes)
You may find some of our before and after results, below;