Carbon scrub

Peeling węglowy

Laser carbon scrub, colloquially called the 'black doll' treatment, is a new laser treatment using a carbon mask and a high-energy Q-Switch laser. The procedure consists of irradiating the skin of the face or neckline with laser beams. The previously prepared skin is covered with a special colloidal carbon suspension. Active carbon effectively attracts and absorbs toxins, excess sebum or keratinized epidermis. This element also has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, brightening and soothing properties. The addition of a laser beam during carbon peeling enhances the purifying properties of coal.

During the treatment, particles of carbon penetrate into the smallest inequalities, pits and pores and absorb the energy of laser light, resulting in 'microexplosions' causing: deep cleansing of the skin, narrowing of the pores and unification of color and firmness.

The combination of the effects of photoablation of the outer layer of the epidermis along with its imperfections and photothermolysis cause cleansing and narrowing of the skin pores, unification of color, stimulation of collagen production, reduction of inflammation, stimulation of skin cells for reconstruction and stabilization of sebum secretion.

Indications for the procedure:

  • sallow or rough skin
  • acne scars

  • common acne (comedic, papulous-pustular)

  • enlarged pores

  • excessive seborrhea
  • photoaging of the skin
  • loss of skin elasticity
  • small wrinkles

Effects after the treatment

  • cleansing the skin of blackheads, papules and pimples
  • narrowing of the expanded pores
  • reduction of redness in inflammatory acne
  • reduction of seborrhea
  • improvement of skin elasticity
  • smoothing fine wrinklesk
  • stimulation of skin regeneration and renewal

  • unification and brightening of skin tone

The number of treatments required:

The treatment is painless and requires no anesthesia. After the treatment, the skin is slightly pink and taut. Treatments are performed in series 4-6, depending on the indications and expectations of the patient.