Carbon Peel Wolverhampton

experience the power of carbon skin revitalisation


This is a non-surgical procedure, also known as carbon skin revitalisation. It is a two-stage process that may help freshen the complexion by removing the outer layers of dead skin cells from your face. It may gradually reduce pore size. Whiteheads and blackheads are also often removed by this technique.

What does the treatment involve?

Carbon paste is first applied to the surface of the skin. The outer dead skin cells of the epidermis will absorb the carbon paste but deeper living cells of the skin will not absorb the paste. The 1064m wavelength of the laser will be absorbed by the carbon, which is vaporised by the Q switched pulse along with the dead cells. The lining of the open pores also react with the carbon and blackheads and white heads are removed. The treatment has the immediate effect of a gentle laser peel.

Fragmenting the carbon generates slight heat, which penetrates the dermis and leads to collagen denaturation. Therefore, a series of treatments (6 months or more) can cause new collagen formation.

The second stage of the procedure enhances this process, and the laser energy is absorbed deeper into the dermis, causing micro injury to the collagen and elastin fibres. Collagen and elastin fires may, therefore, regenerate and remodel. This is then followed with a cleanse, tone and moisturising of the area to enhance further the results and overall luxurious feel of the treatment.

Client recieving a carbon peel


The laser treatment is suitable for all ages and may help lighten spots and dark spots, fade freckles, and remove blackheads and acne. It may also help to lift and tighten the skin.

The principle behind the black doll’s facial is that carbon powder possesses a strong capacity to absorb dirt deep in the pores.

The face is first coated with carbon nano-particles.
Next the laser is used on the skin. The laser lets the particles penetrate deep into pores, shattering the epidermal keratinocytes and dirt.

The heat from the laser also enables the carbon powder to be absorbed into the skin, stimulating the skin cels. Regeneration occurs by encouraging the growth of collagen and elastic fibres.

Benefit of Carbon Peel


  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Tightens dilated pores.
  • Reduces acne, scars and post-acne discolouration.
  • Removes dead skin cells from the superficial epidermal layer.
  • Stimulates collagen growth.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Clears pores to help reduce blackheads and whiteheads.
  • Effective on hands, face, chest and back.

Carbon Peel FAQs

Can everyone receive this treatment?
Skin type, medical history, and medication will be checked during consultation to ensure the client is suitable for treatment. Test patches will also be carried out during an initial visit to ensure no adverse skin reaction occurs. The treatment practitioner cannot carry out the client’s first full treatment until these test patches have been reviewed.
What are the risks of using this treatment?

Eye injury due to the use of lasers is a risk to the client and the practitioner. However, the risks are almost completely eliminated with the use of proper eyewear.

During any laser procedure, the client’s eyes will be covered either with special safety spectacles or goggles similar to those worn in a tanning booth.

For any further questions regarding Carbon Peel in Wolverhampton, please get in touch with Kelly with your enquiries at 07900346658

Will the treatment make the face red or sore?

No, this is a very gentle laser peel, which only removes the dead skin cells, revealing the new, fresh ones. There is no downtime, and it is often carried out during clients’ lunch hours. The skin will look and feel plumped up, firmer, silky soft, and with a gentle glow.

Can makeup be worn after the treatment?

It is recommended that the face is left make-up free for a couple of hours to ensure the make-up does not irritate the skin.

Does a Carbon Peel Hurt?

No, not at all. It has been described as a gentle tapping on the skin or the feeling of warm water droplets running over the skin. It can tickle around the nose area.

Are there any special precautions to take after treatment?

Make-up should be avoided for a couple of hours.

The skin should be moisturised morning and evening and clients should stay out of strong sunlight or wear SPF 50 for 24 to 48 hours. Very hot baths or face washes should be avoided.

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Kelly Louise Aesthetics

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Wolverhampton WV6 9PA

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