Q-Switch Nd: YAG Laser
Our Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser:Nd-YAG laser with wavelength of both 1064nm and 532nm is commonly used for pigmented legions on the skin surface.
It has high peak power enables very effective treatment for targeted melanin and dye/tattoo.
Our laser has Gen Technique option, using Quasi-Long Pulse is not only good for deep pigmentation lesions, but also useful treatment for general skin rejuvenation of reducing large pores and skin lifting.
By using 532㎚ using 940mJ, this laser can help in skin whitening and toning by eliminating lesions on the epidermis.
Rich-PTP (Photoacoustic Toning Pulse) is a unique technology of TRI-BEAM and has accomplished the best clinical efficacy that non of other Q-Switched Nd:YAG machines has ever made.
Melasma Laser Toning – Due to the deep penetration, it mainly targets pigment, melasma and other lesions in dermis area.
Ota nevus / Blue nevus / Mongolian spot / Ito nevus / Congenital Pigmented Nevus: Birthmark
Rejuvenation: Targeting melanin and water
Carbon peel: Acne / Rejuvenation / large pore / fine lines
Melasma laser toning / lentigo
532nm is generally used for epidermal lesions due to its superficial penetration.
Café au lait macules / Lentigo
Nevus spilus / Becker’s nevus / Congenital Pigmented Nevus: Birthmark
What is Melasma?Melasma is a skin condition characterized by brown or tan patches on the skin occurring generally in women. These light patches or “spots” appear symmetrically on the cheeks and around the eyes. These are generally the result of hormonal changes and are aggravated by aging or sun exposure. This can also occur during pregnancy or in women taking birth control pills.
Your skin contains a brown pigment called melanin. The amount of melanin in your skin determines you actual skin color. When produced in excess, either by exposure to the sun or as a result of other factors, it forms a concentrated deposit which can result in darker patces
Melasma treatmentsOur Hyperpigmentation Laser Toning involve two-part procedure. It start with application of a whitening enhancer and follow by using laser energy to reduce visible pigmentation. Laser Toning also improves the texture and unevenness of the skin, but also reduce pore size.
In general, if you have melasma, you should avoid the sun whenever possible. Prolonged exposure to the sun may worsen the condition. In addition, prolonged exposure to the sun can limit the effectiveness of your treatment. Applying a good sunscreen after Laser Toning will not only help your treatment to work better, but will also help reduce the chances of the spots reappearing.
It is important to allow adequate time for results to occur. Melasma treatment is a gradual process that requires 6-10 sessions to produce effective results. With no downtime and minimal side effects, you may immediately return to your daily activities.