1064nm/532nm/1320nm/Non Invasive Picosecond Laser Tattoo Removal Machine (L006)
1. 8 inch touch screen
2. Tattoo removal, pigment removal
3. Powerful energy: 0-2000mj adjustable
◎ Working Theory
Picosecond lasers use pulse durations of less than 1 nanosecond, which causes predominantly photoacoustic damage (pulses of light that can be measured by changes in pressure ie, sound waves) rather than photothermal destruction of pigment or ink particles (measured by production of heat). A picosecond laser selectively destroys the target pigment without damaging healthy, normal tissue. This allows rapid clearing of the abnormal pigmentation with minimal collateral damage to surrounding tissue.
The Picosecond laser is relatively new on the market and it can effectively remove different tattoo colors thanks to the two wavelengths and powerful Pico pulse. It works in one trillionth of a second. The laser interacts with the skin trough a photoacoustic effect. This produces a transitory skin whitening effect called “frosting,” which disappears after a few minutes. The photoacoustic effect is also safe and effective for the treatment of benign pigmented lesions and small particles such as skin melanosomes.
1.532nm wavelength: get rid of freckles, eyebrow tattoo, failed eye line tattoo, tattoo , lips line, pigment, telangiectasia in shallow red, brown and pink and etc. light color
2.1064nm wavelength: get rid of freckles and yellow brown spot, eyebrow tattoo, failed eye line tattoo, tattoo, Birthmark and Nevus of Ota, pigmentation and age spot, nevus in black and blue, scarlet red, deep coffee and etc. deep color.
3.1320nm wavelength: shrink pores removal, poblackhead removal, skin tightening and whitening, skin rejuvenation, wrinkle removal.
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◎ FAQ about picosecond laser
Q. How does it work?
With the help of laser energy, gentle pressure waves are formed. This leads to the development of new collagen. It weakens the trouble spot and gives you a youthful appearance.
Q. How much does the treatment cost?
This depends upon which area you are getting treated and how many sessions it will take.
Q. Will it cause too much pain?
It depends upon the pain tolerance level of an individual. To make the process less painful, a topic numbing solution is applied. It can give a soothing effect to the treatment area. Many people have just felt tiny prickles or a little bit of warmth during the procedure.
Q. How can one prepare for the treatment?
You should prevent the area from sun exposure, before and after the treatment. Also, before the treatment, you should not take any medications like Vitamin E or aspirin. This can affect healing. Also, you should not take glycolic acid 2-4 weeks before the treatment. Use medications in case you are prone to get cold scores.
Q. How many treatments are required?
It can vary depending upon your scars or spots. Other factors that can help in deciding the number of sessions are your skin type, sun exposure, hormones, and skincare. On average, you can see results in 4 to 5 sessions.
Q. Is there any discomfort while undergoing the treatment?
You will feel a minimal amount of discomfort. For a soothing effect, a numbing cream is applied.
Q. What should a patient expect to post the laser treatment?
You may have mild redness which can stay for a few hours. There is no downtime after treatment. You can continue your normal activities once the treatment is done.
Q. Why choose a picosecond laser?
A picosecond laser selectively destroys the target pigment without damaging healthy, normal tissue. This allows rapid clearing of the abnormal pigmentation with minimal collateral damage to surrounding tissue.
Picosecond lasers used for tattoo removal require fewer treatments, cause fewer side effects, and result in reduced post-procedural downtime compared to nanosecond Q-switched lasers. They can clear some tattoos that are refractory to other forms of laser therapy, and there is a reduced risk of causing scarring and hypopigmentation.
The additional cost and reduced availability of picosecond lasers compared to Q-switched lasers currently restricts their widespread use.
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