Co2 Laser Facial Treatment in Jaipur
Carbon Laser for Pigmentation
Read thoroughly to know how Carbon (Co2) laser treatment can help get your glow back.
Carbon laser facial has been a technological wonder in the world of medical science. Due to its pain-free, instant, and effective nature millions of people suffering from Melasma (hyperpigmentation) problems are opting for this treatment. A thick layer of liquid carbon is applied to the patient face. Slowly, the carbon particles absorb the dead skin cell, contaminants, impurities, and excess oil persisting in the outermost layer of skin. After several minutes of resting the carbon face mask, a laser is fixated on carbon particles. When the laser collides with carbon particles it removes them along with all the absorbed contaminants.
How Does Charcoal Laser Facial Work?
Firstly, a layer of liquid carbon is applied to the face or the specific body part. Then we let it rest on the skin for a while so it can just penetrate into the skin pores. It’s the nature of carbon to absorb impurities whether they are dead skin cells, a pigmented part of the skin, blackheads, whiteheads, stuck oil particles, or just the environmental dust. The carbon particles bond with those impurities and grab onto them tightly.
Later, a laser is projected on the face. The carbon particles attract the laser and the very small amount of heat generated by the laser, blasts the carbon particles. When the carbon particles leave the skin after a small blast, they take away all skin impurities with them. As a result, softer, smoother, and newer skin appears.
It is Friendly to Skin and Hence, Makes Your Skin Look Younger.
This treatment boost the Collagen Thus Promotes Skin Tone.
Without a Doubt, You Will Feel the Change from the First Day.
If You have Young Small Scars, It Helps Remove Them
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See the Improvement in Our Patients After Treatment
These are real and genuine before and after pictures of our patients. No matter the problem,
their conditions were significantly improved.