Carbon Peel – Youth in One Session

The pursuit of beauty

Every woman has, at least once in her life, contemplated a magical remedy capable of halting or at least slowing down the aging process of the skin. Unfortunately, year after year, expectations do not lead to a universal solution to this problem.

Cosmetic companies do not offer a miracle cure, but they do propose various alternatives: hyaluronic acid, stem cells, a healthy lifestyle, proper sleep, consistent use of cosmetics… All these methods undoubtedly have a positive impact on the body as a whole. But what if you want to achieve results as quickly as possible without investing a lot of time? This is where beauty salons and cosmetology offices come to the rescue.

Unfortunately, they are indispensable. It is here that a whole range of procedures is offered to contribute to preserving the youth and health of the skin for many years.

Let us tell you about our favorite – carbon peeling.

carbon peeling

What is carbon peeling?

Carbon peeling, especially in its laser form, is an innovative procedure aimed at cleansing and rejuvenating the skin. This method has gained popularity among women seeking a quick and effective way to rejuvenate their faces. Dermatologists recommend this type of peeling to clients who are enthusiastic about the versatility of the procedure.

The action of laser carbon peeling involves the impact of a laser beam and the photorejuvenation effect. The main difference from other types of peeling lies in the use of a nano-gel containing microscopic particles of carbon dioxide.

What is the purpose of nanogel?

Nanogel plays a crucial role in the process of carbon peeling, ensuring its effectiveness. Its functions include deep penetration into the layers of the skin and binding of cells. This allows the nanogel to attract dead epidermal cells that need to be removed. A cosmetologist, using nanogel, easily manages manifestations of acne and restores the lipid metabolism of the patient’s skin.

Under the influence of the laser, the nanogel, penetrating deep into the skin, actively eliminates dead cells and pathogenic microflora through micro-explosions of the gel.

This process stimulates the production of elastin and collagen by the skin, leading to the restoration of the relief of the skin.

Thus, nanogel plays a vital role in ensuring the effectiveness of laser carbon peeling.


Who is carbon peeling recommended for?

Carbon peeling is recommended for individuals facing various skin issues, such as:

  1. Oily skin: The peeling helps combat excess sebum production and mattifies the skin.
  2. Enlarged pores: The procedure contributes to pore tightening, making the skin smoother.
  3. Dull skin: Carbon peeling promotes skin cell renewal, giving it a fresh and radiant appearance.
  4. Acne-prone skin: Peeling can assist in reducing breakouts and improving the condition of the skin in cases of acne issues.
  5. Fine and deep wrinkles: The procedure stimulates collagen production, enhancing skin elasticity and softening wrinkles.
  6. Pigmentation spots: Carbon peeling can help even out skin tone and reduce pigmentation.

After a carbon peeling session, the skin becomes fresh, healthy, soft, and resilient to the touch. It is important that the procedure is performed by an experienced specialist, taking into account the individual characteristics of each client’s skin.

Advantages of carbon peeling:

  1. Painlessness and Lack of Discomfort
    Carbon peeling is typically painless, and most patients do not experience discomfort during the procedure.
  2. Minimal Redness and Irritation
    After the peeling, there is often minimal redness or irritation of the skin, making the procedure less noticeable from an external perspective.
  3. Improvement in Skin Condition After the First Session
    Clients may notice an improvement in the texture and color of their skin after just the first session, making the procedure effective.
  4. Minimal Recovery Time
    Carbon peeling requires minimal recovery time, and often, applying a moisturizing complex is sufficient. This allows individuals to return to their regular activities almost immediately after the procedure.


It is advisable to refrain from undergoing this type of peeling in the presence of the following conditions in patients:

  1. Allergy to Carbon Acid
    Individuals with a pronounced allergy to carbon acid are recommended to avoid this procedure.
  2. Oncological Diseases
    Patients diagnosed with oncological diseases are not recommended for carbon peeling.
  3. Presence of Inflammatory Processes
    The procedure is not recommended in the presence of active inflammatory processes on the skin.
  4. Colloid Type Scars
    People with colloid type scars are advised to abstain from this type of peeling.
  5. Internal Organ Diseases
    Patients with diseases of internal organs should avoid this type of peeling.
  6. Pregnancy or Lactation Period
    The procedure is not recommended during pregnancy or lactation due to safety considerations for both the mother and the child.

How is carbon peeling performed?


The carbon peeling procedure is conducted in two stages, beginning with a thorough analysis of the client’s skin condition. The esthetician carefully assesses the presence of inflammatory processes, identifies contraindications, and checks for potential allergies to carbon acid. Afterward, they proceed with the procedure, first cleansing the client’s skin with antiseptic preparations.

During the first stage of the procedure, a carbon nanogel is applied, consisting of a complex of mineral oils with finely dispersed carbon. This gel prepares the skin for laser exposure. After the nanogel has completely dried, the process moves to the second stage – laser treatment.

The laser acts on the deep layers of the skin, meticulously removing the tiniest particles of dirt and dead microorganisms. This is achieved through the micro-explosions of nanogel particles within the epidermal cells under the laser’s influence.

The process of photothermolysis, induced by laser treatment, leads to the heating of the skin even at deep levels.

At this stage, the production of elastin and collagen in the skin is also activated, promoting rejuvenation. As a result, the skin gains elasticity and a smooth tone.

Duration and Frequency of Carbon Peeling

The typical duration of a carbon peeling session ranges from 20 to 30 minutes. To achieve noticeable results, it is recommended to undergo a course of at least five sessions, with an interval of 5-7 days between each session.

Regarding the recovery period, the procedure leaves minor traces. There may be slight redness on the treated areas. Thus, it is advised for clients to schedule the peeling on Thursdays or Fridays, allowing any redness to diminish by the end of the week.

If the skin experiences peeling, the use of moisturizers is recommended. It’s also important to avoid direct exposure to ultraviolet rays for 2-3 weeks after the procedure to reduce the risk of pigment spots.

The application of makeup is allowed two days after the procedure. But, it is advisable to refrain from washing the face until the end of the day following carbon peeling.