For those looking to remove acne scars, dark spots, or even tattoos, PicoWay™ laser treatment may be your solution. With its ability to work safely on a broad range of skin types, this advanced laser system offers quick treatments with little downtime.
How Does the PicoWay Laser Work?
Depending on the needs of the patient, PicoWay offers two unique treatments. PicoWay Zoom works in short, rapid pulses to target unwanted marks or tattoos. These pulses are used to break pigment into small, easy-to-clear-away particles. PicoWay Resolve splits the laser into thin beams that create small spaces under the skin. This stimulates the production of collagen to create a fresh and healthy complexion.
What Can It Do?
PicoWay is designed to diminish a range of different tattoo types and colors. For those who have tried other removal methods that produced little results, this laser treatment has been proven to be highly effective in tattoo removal. PicoWay also works to target naturally forming pigmentation, such as dark spots, age spots, and scars. It can even fight other signs of aging by reducing the look of wrinkles.
How Is It Different From Other Lasers?
In comparison to other lasers, PicoWay uses 40% shorter pulses, resulting in a more rapid and thorough breakdown of pigmentation. This leads to quicker treatment results and less skin damage, meaning there is reduced downtime compared to that of other laser treatments. Additionally, the PicoWay laser works on a wider variety of skin tones and types than other treatments, offering accessible solutions to those who need it.
What Are the Benefits?
PicoWay offers solutions for a wide variety of skin concerns and is safe to use on a wide range of skin types. Its rapid pulses make for quicker solutions and minimal downtime, leading to great results in fewer treatments. In comparison to other tattoo removal systems, PicoWay can remove ink in half the number of treatments over a shorter period of time. The treatment is comfortable and doesn’t damage the top layer of skin. Within one day of treatment, you should be able to resume your day-to-day activities.