There are so many lasers on the market it is hard to keep up with which one is the best and which machine does what. Well today I wanted to introduce you to the Pastelle Q Switch Nd:LYAG laser.
After learning a little bit about the incredible technology behind this laser… you hopefully wont be so confused anymore.
The Pastelle is designed specifically for the general treatment of pigmentation, toning, acne, acne scarring, tattoo removal and many more procedures as well as performing soft laser peel and FR peel for treating wrinkles and enlarged pores.
The Pastelle Laser is so versatile in treatments because it comes with three major modes and wavelengths; 1064nm, 532nm and an additional Free Running Mode. The Free Running mode is a rapid free flow laser mode, which is great for the treatment of anti-aging signs such as wrinkles, pore size and whitening.
The 1064nm laser treats pigmented lesions in the dermal layer – this includes treatments such as all colour tattoo removal and melisma. Whilst the 532nm laser works in shorter wavelengths and its high melanin absorption characteristics enables it to treat pigmented lesions in the epidermal such as freckles and age spots.
Now because I only have limited time with this video I cant go through every aspect that sets the Pastelle laser apart from the rest.
But I have to let you know that the Pastelle Q-Switch Laser is revered as the new gold standard for all colour tattoo removal. The twin pulse ensures that there is no excessive energy delivered per pulse, which is a cause of burns and other unwanted laser complications. It is also renowned for removing tattoos faster after less treatments and also being able to remove black ink from tattoos.
As I said there are so many more aspects to the Pastelle Laser that are worth noting so have a look at more information on the Pastelle laser by clicking on the more info button. Click the Find a Clinic button to find a clinic near you that uses the Pastelle laser and of course if you have any further questions email me at email@example.com