Nobleen Dual Long Pulsed Laser System Removal of unwanted skin hair
The Alexandrite laser effectively removes skin hair from Fitzpatrick phototypes I-VI. The heat, thanks to the endogenous chromophore (melanin), acts selectively on the hair follicle with a high absorption capable of promoting selective photothermolysis. Thanks to the deep penetration of this long-pulsed laser, the hair reduces its regenerative capacity.
Nobleen Dual Long Pulsed Laser System
Benign pigmented lesion
The Alexandrite laser also acts effectively and safely on various pigmented lesions including seborrheic keratoses, congenital melanocytic nevus, freckles and skin spots. It is also suitable for a wide range of superficial pigmented lesions, allowing treatments ranging from liver spots to varicose veins.
Melasma is a chromatic alteration of the skin characterized by the presence of irregular spots on the face due to the accumulation of melanin in some specific areas. It is a common pigmentary disorder in many people. NOBLEEN’s innovative fractional handpiece promotes improved skin texture and colour reduction.
Generally, varicose veins have less amount of oxyhemoglobin and are thickened. All this makes treatment with short pulse lasers difficult. The long-pulse Nd:YAG laser, on the other hand, can also effectively treat blue blood vessels. This vascular treatment can significantly reduce negative side effects and pain.
The long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser is the best tool for improving the appearance and texture of the deeper layers of the skin. This type of laser uses infrared light technology to penetrate the skin. Thanks to the long pulses, the Nd:YAG laser stimulates the production of collagen and elastin for skin rejuvenation.
Facial skin laxity, generally related to skin ageing and loss of tissue volume, is one of the main reasons why women decide to rely on laser treatment. The Nd:YAG is an excellent alternative to lifting procedures to obtain a toning of the skin and a reduction of wrinkles in depth thanks to the stimulation of new collagen in the deep dermis.