What is a Hollywood Carbon Peel?

Are you interested in a quick skin refresher that delivers instant results?  A Hollywood Carbon Peel may be the ideal treatment for you.  The Hollywood Peel is a gentle procedure that is safe for most skin types.  But what is a Hollywood Carbon Peel? 

What is a Hollywood Carbon Peel?

A Hollywood Carbon Peel is a skin treatment that uses laser technology and a carbon solution to rejuvenate and refresh dull, damaged skin, revealing a more youthful complexion.  

The Hollywood Peel is done with the dual-wavelength Spectra Laser that combines Q-switched (532nm) and long-pulsed (1064nm) capabilities.  The different wavelengths make it possible to treat an array of skin conditions. 

How It Works

During the Hollywood Peel, a layer of lotion is first applied to the skin, and after this the laser energy is passed over the treatment area several times.  The lotion has a carbon base so it looks a lot like a mud mask.   

The laser energy heats the lotion and this breaks up the carbon particles and exfoliates the skin, removing dead skin cells and pore debris.  The laser also penetrates the deep layers and stimulates collagen production which makes the skin tighter, plumper, and more youthful.    

A Hollywood Peel takes approximately 1 hour to complete. 

Benefits Of The Hollywood Carbon Peel

If you are looking for a non-invasive treatment that will give you youthful, glowing skin, a Hollywood Peel is the ideal choice.  It is a versatile treatment that improves skin tone and texture and treats a variety of skin concerns including wrinkles, fine lines, rosacea, large pores, and sun damage.  The skin feels smoother and looks brighter after a Hollywood Peel.

Are you ready to book a Hollywood Peel consultation?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area. 

If you are in Toronto or Mississauga, ON, Skinatomy Laser Clinic is our featured practice.

You can reach them at https://www.skinatomylaserclinic.com/, or by calling (647) 932-6610 (Toronto), or (289) 809-5113 (Mississauga).

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