Carbon skin laser treatment from skeily's blog

Black carbon doll laser treatment was performed using an Nd-Yag laser. The laser is an energy beam of a specific wavelength (1320 nm) that is applied to the skin and absorbed by colored pigments such as freckles, sun spots, and age spots in the skin.

The laser's power settings can be set at different levels and frequencies to suit your specific conditions and expectations.

The treatment is very safe and painless. Laser energy feels like many small hot spots on the skin. Q Switch laser machine treatment is a mild alternative that requires fewer treatments to achieve similar results than skin resurfacing. Therefore, the chance of side effects is greatly reduced. It does not cause the skin to become thinner.

This treatment is very popular around the world:

·Acne print
· Fairer skin
· Skin regeneration
·Acne and acne

First, double cleansing the face, black/white head extraction and facial massage, open lymphatic drainage and detoxification.

A layer of the clay-type mask was then applied to the treatment area of ​​the face and allowed to dry for 5 minutes. The laser will cause the black carbon to disappear during the treatment while tightening the pores. Laser energy feels like many small hot spots on the skin. Generally very painless and fast treatment process.

Pigmentation - Laser energy is absorbed by the pigment. This pigmentation splits into smaller pieces that are naturally removed by the body and skin.

Acne marks - Acne marks are caused by inflammation caused by acne. Inflammation causes the skin to produce pigmentation. These pigments are the cause of acne traces and can be effectively removed with a laser.

More fair skin - the color of our skin also depends on the amount of skin pigment. People with darker skin or tanning usually have more skin pigmentation. With the correct settings, the laser helps to lighten the complexion, making it whiter and brighter.

Skin Regeneration - Lasers use their energy to remove dirt, dead skin cells, oil, and superficial facial hair. Use it as a fast, effective and versatile medical facial!

Acne and Acne - Laser energy can also kill P-acne, a bacteria that causes acne and acne. At the same time, the laser energy also reduces the oil glands in the skin, helping to control the oil. Acne and acne are often less inflamed after laser treatment, which reduces the number of acne traces after a breakthrough.

Tattoo Removal - This treatment is ideal for removing tattoos at different wavelengths of the Q-switched laser. Tattoo inks are foreign pigments that are introduced into the body. Like natural skin pigments, laser energy destroys tattoo inks and removes tattoos.

After treatment, there is a cool mask that will face your face for about 15-20 minutes. The total treatment time is approximately 1.5 hours. The above customers have highly sensitive red skin before treatment, and the pores are opened, providing instant pore tightening and skin regeneration 1 hour after treatment.

Is there downtime?

The best part of the Q-switched laser is that it has no downtime effective! A mild pink rinse may occur approximately 10-15 minutes after the laser. You can make up immediately after laser treatment and then go back to work!

What can you expect?

· Nothing is 100%, but you can expect 70-90% to clear or lighten your pigmentation.

· The success rate of removing acne marks is very high.

· Prevent and treat pimples and acne.

· The number of outbreaks in the future will decrease.

· Better oil control.

· Fairer, brighter skin.

· No downtime

The time of each treatment?

Save time: Normal Q Switch ND YAG laser treatment lasts about 12-15 minutes, every 3-4 weeks. The mask was then applied for 20 minutes. It takes 1.5 hours for each treatment of the face. This saves time compared to laser treatment without frills, and each treatment lasts only 1-2 minutes. It is recommended that you take these treatments 3-7 times a week.

What should I do when I go to laser treatment?

Avoid tanning for the next 7-10 days. Also, apply a suitable sunscreen.

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