WHAT IS HYPERPIGMENTATION?
Hyperpigmentation is a medical term used to describe darker patches of skin. These patches result from excess melanin production, which can be caused by everything from acne scars and sun damage to hormone fluctuations.
The Official Hollywood Laser Peel® Platform
Combining propriety high power design, 4 wavelengths, and fractional handpieces, Lutronic’s Q-Switch system can treat the full spectrum of patients. With built-in safety and customized parameters, even the busiest clinics can provide low-downtime, efficacious treatments at an affordable price.
In addition to the Hollywood Laser Peel® no downtime skin rejuvenation treatments, Spectra offers the best in class tattoo removal with superior color coverage, and Lutronic continually expands its treatment applications; Spectra is the first Q-switched Nd:YAG laser FDA cleared for the treatment of melasma. The technically advanced Spectra system offers an edge over other lasers and provides enhanced clinical outcomes.
Hair Removal: Features a large spot size, built in contact cooling and a hertz rate of up to 10-pulses per second.
Skin Resurfacing: Erbium is the treatment of choice for patients wanting to achieve dramatic improvement in the appearance of their skin with minimal downtime. The procedure removes surface-pigmentation and mild to moderate fine lines and wrinkles on the face, hands, neck and chest.
Tattoo Removal: For over 20-years, the Q-switched Yag laser has been the laser of choice for removing tattoos. The dual wavelengths (1064nm/532nm) remove a wide array of tattoo pigments.
Vascular Reduction: The Yag energy heats and damages blood vessels causing them to collapse. Other vascular lesions such as a cherry angioma can also be removed with the Long Pulsed Yag.
The IPL includes 4 filters that can be used for a myriad of non-ablative procedures including hair reduction, acne reduction and the removal of vascular and pigmented lesions.
FOR TREATMENTS SUCH AS
The Removal of Vascular
The Removal of Pigmented Lesions
Individual results may vary
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
The number of treatments will depend on how large the pigmentation is, what type of pigmentation is being treated, and the depth of the pigmentation. Some pigmented lesions will require several treatments for optimal results, however, some can be resolved in a single treatment.