||The only patented treatment for Melasma
||Utilizing Laseroptek’s patented DOE (Diffraction Optical Element), the HELIOS II delivers an even and uniform laser beam. This reduces pain, burn scars, hyper-pigmentation and other side effects sometimes seen after laser treatment.
|Why Helios II ?
||HELIOS II is the unique solution for flawless skin. The 532nm mode can remove most epidermal skin lesions like freckles and sun spots. The 1064nm mode can treat deeper into the dermal layer and target discolorations like melasma and tattoos.
1064 ND:YAG Q-SWITCH FRACTIONAL LASER FOR PIGMENTED LESIONS: The HELIOS II laser represents a new standard for the treatment of pigmented lesions. The HELIOS II is an Nd:YAG Q-Switch fractional laser.
WHAT IS AN ND:YAG LASER?
Nd:YAG is short for neodymum-doped yttrium garnet. Nd:YAG is a term used to differentiate the many types of lasers and specifically refers to the type of high-powered laser energy produced by the laser head that is delivered through the machine’s handpiece. Usually Nd:YAG is delivered through a 1064nm or a 532nm wavelength, but can also produce transition wavelengths from 940nm-1440nm. Lasers used in aesthetic treatments can target: Chromophore (Melanin) Hemoglobin (Blood) Water.
The HELIOS II targets chromophore or melanin and is used extensively to target pigment and pigmented lesions in the skin. Since its debut, HELIOS II has set a new benchmark for all Q-Switch Nd:YAG lasers with its patented technologies.
Utilizing this high-powered yet low-pain Nd: YAG Laser, the HELIOS II has been used to address:
- Acquired, Bilateral
- Nevus of Ota-like
- Macules (ABNOM)
- Nevus of Ota
- Becker’s Nevus
- Uneven Skin Tone
- Caf au Lait spots
- of Skin (PIH)
- Sun Damage
- Onychomycosis (Nail Fungus)