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CARBON LASER PEEL

The Carbon Laser peel is a revolutionary laser treatment with minimal-to-zero downtime.

Suited to all skin types, in particular clients with oily skin, blackheads and enlarged pores.

It is also excellent for dull skins, by exfoliating deeply and providing an instant refreshed appearance, leaving skin feeling softer, smoother, and firmer.

It is also suitable for acne on the face or body, the laser enables the carbon powder to be absorbed deeply into the skin, reducing P.A bacteria responsible for acne (not suitable for active/pustular acne).

The carbon bonds with any debris that might be present, such as dead skin cells, blocked pores, contaminants, and oil. Laser light is passed across the surface of the skin.

The light is attracted to the carbon particles which destroy this debris in the pores. The laser pushes the energy, in the form of heat, deep into the layers of skin where elastin and collagen are activated, and cells begin to be renewed, whilst on the surface of the skin the carbon is vaporised along with any dirt, oil and dead skin cells.

 

The Carbon Laser peel exfoliates three times as much as a chemical peel!

Noticeable results can be experienced after a single treatment.

 

A course of treatments will stimulate new cell regeneration by encouraging growth of collagen and elastin fibers, which in turn produces firmer, plumper skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

(For advanced collagen regeneration for age 40+ click here for the advanced collagen 4k facial)

For maximum results 3-6 treatments are recommended, with an interval of 2 to 4 weeks in-between

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Patch test and consultation Free

Face £70. Course of 3 £189.

Decolletage £60. Course of 3 £162.

Back £90. Course of 3 £243.

Hands £40. Course of 3 £108

 

 

AM I SUITABLE FOR TREATMENT?

 Suitable for, up to and including a Fitzpatrick skin type 4. 

Beautiful U requires you to complete a short Medical Questionnaire before you commence any laser or IPL treatments. This will be emailed to you prior to your initial consultation, which allows time to check your suitability, Some conditions or medications prohibit you from laser treatments and would be unsafe for you at that time. It is important for the effectiveness of the treatment that you are generally fit and well and that your immune system is not compromised.

 

Common medications that may cause photosensitivity can include but are not limited to: Antibiotics Antidepressants Antihistamines Antihypertensives Antiparasitics Antipsychotics Contraceptives Diuretics Hypoglycaemics NSAID and Retinoids. The medical questionnaire will ask you to list any medications inc dosage.

It is not uncommon to request you obtain GP authorisation before treatment can go ahead for some conditions or medications.

During the consultation, the treatment will be discussed fully and a series of 3 small patch tests (at various energies) will be carried out, enabling the correct parameters to be established and check your skin's tolerance to light. Full treatment can then commence 3-14 days later following no adverse reactions.

For more information on contra-indications that could prohibit you from treatment click here...