About Picosecond Laser

2021-12-01

   What is Picosecond Laser ?

 

The picosecond is a unit of time that indicates the length of time when the laser is output. The fastest by far is the nanosecond laser (conventional laser), while the picosecond is 1000 times faster than the nanosecond. (A nanosecond is a billionth of a second and a picosecond is a trillionth of a second)
A picosecond laser is a laser that can control the exposure time in picosecond units. Therefore, it allows the lowest laser energy to maximize its effect, and the effect can be felt more quickly.
Secondly, it can irradiate the target precisely without damaging the surrounding tissues, so it can minimize the pain compared to conventional lasers.

Picosecond laser is the use of laser blast effect and selective absorption principle, high-energy laser pulse on the pigment tissue (melanin, tattoo pigments, permanent tattoo agents, dust particles) and its absorption, pigment tissue by the laser impact and heating after extremely rapid expansion, due to the laser pulse is much lower than the melanin structure and thermal relaxation time of the body tattoo, pigment tissue absorption of laser energy generated by mechanical oscillation wave and then Smash, broken pigment particles through the body's metabolism and the body's macrophages phagocytosis of these fragments and eliminated from the body, the final removal of pigment. At the same time, the laser beam can effectively penetrate into the dermis to promote tissue activity and accelerate collagen cell renewal, thus achieving wrinkle removal, whitening, skin rejuvenation and skin quality improvement. Due to the principle of selective thermal absorption of laser, the best absorption wavelengths of various different pigments are different, while other human tissues have minimal absorption of 1064nm and 532nm laser output of ND:YAG laser, therefore, the device can drive away the lesioned pigment and vascular tissue very effectively without damaging the surrounding tissues.
All in all, the picosecond laser is a new inter-generational laser that makes up for the shortcomings of conventional lasers. Not only is it highly effective, but the skin burden and recovery time are minimized. Picosecond laser can remove spots efficiently and thoroughly, restore the skin's glow from the dermis, and revive the skin's original beauty and self-confidence, which is unmatched by traditional lasers.

 

Indications

All kinds of pigmentation (freckles, chloasma, sun spots, age spots)
Birthmarks (coffee spots, nevus of Ota, brownish nevus)
Tattoos, acne marks, acne scars, wrinkles.

Applicable people of picosecond

Those who wish to improve freckles, dullness, pigmentation

Want to improve the tone and make the skin more translucent

Can't take a long vacation after treatment

I want to take care of not only my face but also my body

 

Product Advantages.

The picosecond laser is more thorough in breaking up pigment particles while causing less damage to surrounding tissues, making it more effective in treating melasma and deep tattoos.

Before the birth of picosecond, the speed of nanosecond laser was 10-9th of a second, which was prone to cause thermal damage to human skin and risk of immediate pigmentation after treatment. The emergence of picosecond, however, has far made up for the shortage of traditional spot removal instruments, and its speed is so fast that 1 picosecond is equivalent to 1/1000 nanosecond, with stronger blasting ability, finer blasting, better tissue absorption and better therapeutic effect. At the same time, due to the short time of action on the skin thermal damage also becomes smaller, the chance of immediate pigmentation can be almost eliminated."

First of all it is near-zero damage, with no post-operative hassles of crusting and scabbing. The recovery is extremely fast and suitable for people who live a fast-paced life.
Secondly, it
It does not have any scarring, discoloration, or re-darkening problems.
In addition, it does not require surface anesthesia.

 Q:Does skin thinning with picosecond laser?

A:No. After the age of 25, our skin gradually thins due to the loss of collagen and elastin as we grow older. Laser lightens pigmentation, removes small dilated blood vessels, repairs photodamaged skin and improves skin appearance through selective thermal action. At the same time, the photothermal action of laser can activate the skin fibroblasts, causing the dermal collagen fibers and elastic fibers to produce changes in molecular structure, increase in number, rearrange, and restore the elasticity of the skin, thus reducing wrinkles and pore size.

Therefore, instead of thinning the skin, the laser will increase the thickness of the skin and make it tighter and more elastic, transforming it towards youthfulness.

Q:Will it rebound after doing it?

A:The laser blemish removal will not rebound, but it does not mean that the skin will not reappear in the future, because the laser blemish removal removes the existing pigment, but it does not prevent the pigment from forming again. Therefore, it is necessary to take good care of your skin after the procedure.

Q:Is picosecond treatment painful? What is the feeling during the treatment?

A:Picosecond treatment is not painful, no need to apply table anesthesia, only a slight warm feeling, is a more comfortable treatment experience, compared to the traditional laser pain and treatment of the skin's redness and heat reaction is greatly reduced. Tattoo removal, dermal layer pigmentation using a higher energy, you can advance the epidermal anesthesia.

Q:How many times do I usually need to see the results?

    Do I need to do a course of treatment?

A:The results can be seen once per treatment. Routinely, 2-5 treatments can lead to an overall improvement of the skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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