Pigmented
Lesions
Pigmented
Lesions
We will solve the fundamental problem of skin through
our technology and innovative solution.
What are Pigmented Lesions?

Melanin generated in the melanocytes is an important factor that determines the skin color of the human.
It plays a role in protecting the skin against UV rays. If melanin cell is exposed to strong UV rays for a long time,
more melanin is generated to protect skins. If excessive melanin pigmentation is accumulated, pigmented lesion
such as freckle, melasma, blemish and so on is caused. Pigmented lesions can occur through a variety of causes
such as aging, heredity, hormones, stress, temperature changes, lack of sleep, as well as the UV rays.

How are pigmented legions
treated by the long pulse
532nm (photothermal reaction)?

IRIS uses a Long Pulse Duration, while the Photothermal Reaction eliminates denatured pigment.
The high rate at which melanin absorbs 532nm wavelengths is effective for treating pigmented lesions
such as freckles, age spots and liver spots. The melanin in the pigmented lesion absorbs thermal energy
from the laser and becomes denatured after a certain period of time, leading to visible skin improvements.

How to treat Pigmented
Lesions by short pulse 1064/532nm
Multi-pulse enables giving much powerful peak power
up to 7 sub-pulses in 100ns for dark skin type
CuRAS is the perfect tool for treating a wide range of pigmented lesions, enabling treatments for everything from nevi (moles) and vascular lesions to ephelides, sunspots and melasma.
Superficial lesions can be treated most effectively with the 532 nm wavelength, while the 1064 nm wavelength can be used to
target deeper lesions. For a difficult-to-treat condition such as melasma, CuRAS M1064 especially effective due to the high power of 2.1J with optimal duration of 100ns, enabling it to break apart pigments only and not cells. This means that pigment destruction can take place without ablating the skin – a unique feature that provides maximum safety with outstanding results.
How to treat Pigmented
Lesions by CO₂ Laser?

Spots and pigmented lesions such as lentigo can be removed by using the Normal Mode(Surgical mode).
Fractional Mode irradiates micro laser beams to the skin, which makes the skin tone brighter.

BEFORE & AFTER
Photo courtesy of DR Adrian Lim
Product
CuRAS
Advanced Q-switched Nd:YAG laser system
IRIS
Perfect all.in.one, Single solution combines 532nm normal and fractional mofes
FRAXIS
A fractional CO2 system for Skin Resurfacing & Vaginal Rejuvenation
FRAXIS DUO
The Ideal combination of fractional CO₂ laser and micro needle fractional RF technology
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