A picosecond laser is a laser device that uses very short pulse durations to target endogenous pigmentation and exogenous ink particles (tattoos). Picosecond lasers used for tattoo removal require fewer treatments, cause fewer side effects, and result in reduced post-procedural downtime compared to nanosecond Q-switched lasers.
Top-Hat mode is a unique high-technology which makes the laser not only radiates energy equally but also reduces side effects.
LazPC-2S adopted the Photoacoustic Twin Pulse (PTP) mode, which constantly delivers twin-pulsed, high-output energy at very short intervals The PTP mode has been reported to be less painful and cause milder reactions to pigments, compared to single pulse of the same energy.
With fast irradiation speed of 10Hz, LazPC-2S minimizes skin exposure to the laser for less damage of normal tissues with shortened time of treatment.
Long Pulse (LP Mode) is a combination of toning and lifting which enables pigmented cells to absorb the laser selectively. It stimulates collagen by the destruction of pigmented cells, and it is useful to general skin for regenerating after peeling, improving loose skin, and minimizing large pores.
LazPC-2S adoptes Auto Calibration to solve the problem of decreased output according to the usage. This allows stable output without necessitating a compensation for the output during procedure.