A "YAG Laser" is used with a high concentration of light which can be passed down to the deeper skin layers so that the pigmentation is dispersed and later destroyed.
Q-switched is safe and effective
For treatment of dark spots on face and hands
For Tatoo removal
If you want to improve the appearance of your skin, skin rejuvenation or resurfacing may be right for you.
Skin rejuvenation can be achieved in a number of ways, ranging from laser, light and other energy-based treatments to chemical peels and other non-ablative methods. The result is a smoother, clearer and more youthful appearance to your skin.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Skin Rejuvenation
It is the most modern form of light-based skin therapy. By using highly pinpointed medical lasers, in a small area of the skin, particular skin issues can be targeted and corrected.
The technology works by utilising medical laser technology, which causes minor tissue damage to the skin. This damage promotes a wound-healing response in the skin, without a major tissue build-up. Effectively, the skin begins to rapidly produce new skin cells, which replace old, damaged or disfigured patches of skin. IPL is more effective than other skin rejuvenation technologies because of the high frequency and intensity of the lasers employed. The skin in between the target areas is left untouched, which promotes far more rapid healing and faster improvement.
Skin rejuvenation is a treatment to resurface your skin, or to improve the texture, clarity and overall appearance of your skin.
Conditions that can be treated include:
Static wrinkles: These wrinkles are visible at all times and do not change in appearance with facial movements.
Dynamic wrinkles: These are expression lines that may appear as folds when the skin is not moving, and deepen with facial movements or expressions.
Pigmentation: Freckles, sun spots, melasma, or other darkened patches of skin result mainly from sun exposure.
Scars: As the result of acne or injury to the skin, scars may be rolling (a wavy appearance to the skin), pitted, discolored, or have raised borders.
Vascular conditions: Blood vessels visible on the surface of the skin, vascular lesions that appear as tiny blood filled blisters or even a constant flush of facial redness.
Loss of skin tone: Weakening of the supportive skin structure (collagen and elastin fibers) that results in a loss of skin firmness, or the development of cellulite.