PicoWay laser is a laser treatment that uses ultra-short pulse durations to selectively destroy the surrounding area of normal skin without damaging it. For a very short time, it is very strong to break the pigmentations finely, so it has an excellent effect on pigmentation treatment and tattoo removal. By adjusting the wavelength range, hand-piece size, and speed according to the purpose of the treatment, it is safe for the patient to receive customized treatment as well as effective treatment results.
- Dual Wavelength (1064nm / 532nm)
Dual wavelength lasers are available for selective use, allowing the treatment of stains and intractable pigment as well as tattooing of various colors. It can also be customized depending on the patient’s skin condition, lesion size and color.
- Stronger + Faster
It is 100 times faster than conventional lasers and can maximize the treatment effect with strong light. With a high energy absorption rate, fewer procedures can be used to remove melanin pigment and remove ink particles.
Selectively removes only the pigment in the area to be treated while minimizing damage to surrounding skin. The operating speed is increased and safe operation is possible, so there is little pain and side effects.
Q1. How long does the procedure take?
A1. Depending on the size of the treatment area, it takes about 5-10 minutes based on the face.
Q2. When can I feel the effect after the procedure?
A2. In case of pigmentation treatment, you can feel the improvement effect in 1-2 weeks. The effectiveness of tattoo removal depends on color, size and area, so you should consult an experienced dermatologist.
Q3. Is there anything I should pay attention after the procedure?
Q3. Avoid exposure to sunlight as much as possible after the procedure. Do not remove the scab before it naturally falls off, as it may cause pigmentation.
Q4. Is there any pain?
A4. Melasma or general pigmentation treatment is painless, and hyperpigmentation treatment or tattoo removal is not painful because it involves anesthesia or numbing cream before the procedure.