Technology is evolving rapidly in the beauty and cosmetic treatments industries. Few devices represent the leaps and bounds we’ve experienced better than the Picosecond Laser (or Pico Laser for short). It’s fast, safe, and non-invasive, with results backed by hard, scientific evidence.
What is Pico laser technology?
Pico laser technology is a non-surgical, non-invasive laser
skin treatment that can be used to address the majority of
common skin imperfections, including spots caused by sun damage and acne
How does Pico laser work?
Pico laser technology allows for the quick, effective, highly selective treatment of pigmented lesions and tattoos (in treatable colors). This laser also enhances elastin production in the skin, resulting in a softer, fuller, more youthful complexion.
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Pico treatments do not burn the skin – patients typically experience very little or no discomfort during the course of their treatment
What can Pico laser be used to treat?
Pico laser can be used to treat a huge variety of skin conditions and imperfections.
Although harmless, birthmarks, melasma, sun damage, and other skin discolorations can be a cause of concern among men and women alike. Discoloration can also be a challenge to remove with conventional treatments. Pico laser may be just the solution.
An innovative technology, a Picosecond laser can minimize inflammatory pigmentation. Practitioners can target specific areas and small skin particles, reducing the risk of thermal damage. What’s more, Pico lasers can be adjusted to produce a range of wavelengths and fitted with a variety of applicators to target and remove superficial pigmentation.
The best part: Pico laser technology is strong and effective enough to produce noticeable results in just one session. It’s safe, too, making it a popular choice among those with sensitive skin.
Which Pico Laser machine should I choose?
Picosecond laser is undoubtedly a revolutionary technology, and at the current moment there are only a handful of reliable manufacturers producing solid devices adopting this technology. There are still variations in terms of the wavelength, the pulse duration as well as the energy delivery amongst the laser devices