A carbon laser peel, also called Hollywood peel or charcoal peel, is a facial treatment combining the benefits of charcoal and the Q-Switch laser technology. The main goal of this carbon laser peel facial is to rejuvenate the skin. This laser facial is indeed designed to reduce the signs of skin aging, big pores, or skin damage, such as acne and scars. It creates a softer, glowing appearance that will have your red carpet ready in no time!
First, the laser targets the pigmented areas of your skin to break up the cells so your body can naturally eliminate them, the laser light is super attracted to carbon particles, its energy and heat is absorbed by the carbon paste destroying the particles in your pores. Light from the laser is attracted to the carbon.
Second, the laser energy heats the deeper layers of your skin, which causes the cells to contract, creating an instant lift that smooths out lines and wrinkles. The energy also stimulates the production of collagen to improve skin strength and elasticity. The carbon paste absorbs dirt from the pores of the skin and exfoliates.
Our carbon laser peel facial treatment has no downtime and creates a softer, glowing appearance that will have you red-carpet ready in no time! Patients may experience redness but it will go away within a few hours. Furthermore, It is a non-invasive procedure thus rather gentle to the skin.
Carbon Laser Peel Skin Benefits Exfoliates the skin Cleanses the skin Clears and tightens pores Brightens and evens-out skin tone. You can expect to feel your skin tightened, hydrated, and brightened immediately after your first treatment. Although, In order to receive lasting results, it is best to come in every 2 to 4 weeks for a treatment.
How Much does laser carbon peel cost?
At Infinity laser spa, Carbon Laser peel costs $550 for two sessions. Because Hollywood facial or laser carbon peel is a cosmetic procedure they are not typically covered by insurance.
Who is this carbon laser treatment for?
The Hollywood Facial evens skin tone, clears and shrinks pores, reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and acne scars: your skin will feel and look younger and brighter. You will see significant improvements from just one Hollywood Facial
The carbon laser peel, or Hollywood peel, is suitable for all ages. It can be used safely on all skin types and is most useful when the skin is already healthy or only mildly damaged. This facial treatment has a cumulative effect. Successive sessions improve the results.
The carbon laser peel facial in NYC is recommended for those who are looking for younger, healthier-looking skin. It is designed to increase your skin’s fitness and elasticity, as well as even out the color. This facial can treat the following skin problems:
- Dull, sagging skin in need of a collagen boost and extra glow
- Oily and combo skin types in need of a pore cleanse
- Uneven skin tones
- Redness and brown spots
- Fine lines and acne scars
What to expect from a carbon laser peel facial session
What exactly is a Hollywood Facial? Although called a facial, it is actually an advance laser treatment. It is a mildly exfoliating and resurfacing procedure that helps to improve the appearance of fine wrinkles, pigment, pores, and acne.
The carbon laser peel involves applying a layer of liquid carbon over the face. This lotion forms a dark carbon mask that penetrates deep into the skin. It then pulls impurities, sebum, and oils out. As the carbon absorbs contaminants, the Q-Switch laser will destroy those particles. Patients may feel some warmth or tingling during the treatment, but it is not painful or uncomfortable.
The process is meant to exfoliate the skin, supposedly reducing pore size, evening out skin tone as well as making the skin softer and appear more radiant. The carbon laser facial is particularly beneficial for people with oily skin. Indeed, it reduces acne-causing bacteria and shrinks sebaceous, or oil glands.
What is the purpose of applying a carbon cream? The carbon cream penetrates deep into the skin and bonds with any debris that might be present, such as dead skin cells, contaminants, and oil. Once the carbon cream has dried, they will then pass a laser across the surface of your skin. The light from the laser is very attracted to the darkly pigmented carbon particles, which in turn, cause an explosion-like reaction
The Hollywood Facial will give you immediately firmer, tighter skin, clearer, glowing skin with pore reduction. This gentle procedure is safe on most skin types and is a great way to get an instant anti-aging skin refresher without the longer downtime associated with other laser procedures
Benefits of Hollywood Facial: Reduces pigmentation Detoxes the skin Improves redness and large pores A reduction in pigmentation for even skin tone, reduced pore size and micro-exfoliation to reveal clean, smooth and glowing skin.
What you must know before your laser peel facial appointment
Prior to coming to your appointment, you may be required to fill out a skin analysis form. You may also want to book a consultation with one of the technicians to ensure this facial is the right one for you. For the best results, it is recommended that you get laser peel facial treatment every four weeks or until your skin clears up.
The Hollywood Carbon Peel is a gentle procedure that can be performed every other week, monthly, or even just once before a special event. It depends on the results you are trying to achieve. Glowing skin before an event a day or two prior to event. Ongoing collagen stimulation, even skin tone, texture and youthful skin one time per month.
Some side effects you can present after a Hollywood peel are:
- Redness, facial swelling and itching. Treated skin may be itchy, swollen and red. Redness may be intense and might last for several months. The aggravation of a previously existing skin condition, such as rosacea, can contribute to redness.
- Changes in skin color. Ablative laser resurfacing can cause treated skin to become darker than it was before treatment (hyperpigmentation) or lighter (hypopigmentation), beginning weeks after laser resurfacing. Permanent changes in skin color are more common in people who have darker skin.
- Scarring. Ablative laser resurfacing poses a slight risk of permanent scarring.
- Turning of the eyelid (ectropion). Rarely, ablative laser resurfacing done near the lower eyelid can cause the eyelid to turn out and expose the inner surface.