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|Function:||Tattoo Removal, Pigment Removal||Weight:||78kg|
|Frequency:||1-10HZ||Hand Wavelength:||1320nm, 1064nm, 532nm|
|Spot Size:||1-8mm Adjustable||Power:||100-2500mj|
|Style:||Stationary||Application:||Clinic, Hospital, Spa, Salon|
q switch laser tattoo removal machine,
skin rejuvenation machine
1064nm Q Switch Nd Yag Laser For Tattoo Removal Laser Facial Rejuvenation Machine
1. Pulse width is 10ns±3ns, crushed pigment more thoroughly, more minor skin damage.
2. 1Hz-10Hz higher frequency, more faster treatment.
3. Top hat Electric adjustable Q (Photoacoustic conduction, higher frequency, easy to control)
4. 650nm led beam point, find the right treatment area exactly.
5. Spot size can be adjusted through focus adjustment lens---1-8mm.
6. All pure metal shell keep the machine in safe protection, more stable and stronger.
Nd:YAG Laser skin treatment instrument treatment principle is the use of laser selective and Q-switched laser blasting principle, the precise dose of specific wavelength of energy in a very short period of time to a specific structure of a base: the dermis and epidermal Ink, carbon particles and other exogenous pigment particles and endogenous pigment diseases melanoma cells. Pigment suddenly exploded by heat, was crushed into smaller fragments, broken pieces of macrophages after phagocytosis with macrophages into the lymph circulation and thus the pigment is excreted.
|Voltage||220V, 10A, 60HZ;110V, 10A, 50HZ|
|Output mode||Q-switch Pulsed output|
|Wavelength||1064nm, 532nm, 1320nm|
|Single Pulse energy||100mj-2000mj|
|Safety distance||NOHD 1km. Operator must wear goggles|
|Cooling system||Water cooling|
|Work mode||Continually work with intervals|
|Spot Size||1-8mm adjustable|
|Guide light beam||650nm red laser|
A. 532nm wavelength: get rid of freckles, eyebrow tattoo, failed eye line tattoo, tattoo , lips line, pigment, telangiectasia in shallow red, brown and pink and etc. light color
B. 1064nm wavelength: get rid of freckles and yellow brown spot, eyebrow tattoo, failed eye line tattoo, tattoo, Birthmark and Nevus of Ota, pigmentation and age spot, nevus in black and blue, scarlet red, deep coffee and etc. deep color.
C. 1320nm wavelength: shrink pores removal, poblackhead removal, skin tightening and whitening, skin rejuvenation, wrinkle removal ght in very short flashes of light called pulses. The impact of the energy from this powerful pulse of light is similar to the snap of a thin rubber band. A large majority of patients do not require anaesthesia.
Before and after
Questions and answers
1. How many treatments will it take to remove my tattoo?
Each person is as unique as their tattoo, but most professional tattoos take between 5-10 treatments. Homemade tattoos usually take less. Laser tattoo removal treatments are spaced out 4-6 weeks apart. The number of treatments can depend on a number of factors, such as:
1-amount of ink used
2-depth of the ink placed in the skin
3-type of ink used
5-age of the tattoo
2. Can I come back earlier than scheduled for the treatments?
Unfortunately no, the time between treatments is set up so your tattoo can heal properly and your body has has enough time to flush the tattoo ink out, naturally. The results, after a treatment, are not always immediate. The body breaks down the ink slowly, usually taking weeks to see the full results, from a treatment.
3. Will the tattoo remove completely?
In most cases, yes. However, complete removal is sometimes a hard thing to predict, due to all the unregulated tattoo inks on the market. The F.D.A. does not regulate tattoo inks and a lot a lot of tattoo ink manufactures and artists make and mix their own inks. Sometimes these mixes have metals and other foreign additives, for effect. These unknowns are why 100% removal is hard to predict or promise.
4. What are the common side effects of laser tattoo removal?
Side effects that Atlantic Laser Tattoo< Removal, patients will likely experience, are short-term but worth mentioning. The skin may be red, swollen, and may blister. Blisters can get quite large and at times, cover the entire tattoo. These blisters are superficial and will heal beautifully, but may be uncomfortable for a couple of days. We provide very clear and easy aftercare instructions, for post treatment care.
5. What do you use to remove a tattoo?
New Look uses a state-of-the-art tattoo removal laser – ND Yag laser system. This actively Q-switched Nd:YAG laser is highly effective at removing a wide range of colored ink with only minimal side effects. This laser is FDA approved for the removal of dermal pigmentation (i.e. tattoo ink) and is the latest in a string of medical lasers designed to remove unwanted tattoos. We also use an actively Q-switched Ruby laser to treat resistant tattoos and rare colors. Read more about New Look’s advanced technology here.
6. How exactly does the laser break up the tattoo ink?
Two key processes break up the ink – the pigment in your tattoo will absorb the energy from the laser and shatter apart; also, the incredibly fast pulse (6 billionths of a second!) of energy from the laser has a shockwave-like effect that assists the ink shattering. As a result, the ink acts like sugar cube breaking apart into small granules.
7. How does the body remove the shattered ink?
Once the ink is broken down by the tattoo removal laser, the body will respond by moving fluid to the area to help flush away the ink. This immune response will be obvious to the patient in the form of some swelling and redness in the area. Over the next days, weeks, and months the small, shattered ink particles will be flushed away naturally. The tattoo removal effects aren’t seen overnight and 99% of tattoos require multiple treatments.
8. Why do I need multiple sessions?
All tattoos have layers of ink, stacked on top of each other within the skin. The thick concentration of pigment particles that cannot be completely broken down in one session. At New Look, we’ll go over your entire tattoo with the laser, breaking up as much ink as possible in every session. Each session will produce some level of fading, although for very new tattoos the fading may not be as visible because the ink is still so thick and dense. If your tattoo has shading, the shaded areas will vanish in fewer treatments because shaded tattoos have a lower ink density. Visit our Before & After Gallery to get an idea of the results to expect.
9. Do tattoo removal “creams” or “injections” work?
We’ve seen little to no evidence that “magic creams” help to fade tattoos. At best, they may act like a mild skin bleach to lighten the surrounding skin. Looking at the ingredients and components of such products makes one wonder how they would purportedly remove tattoo ink. The medical community agrees with us – these creams are a gimmick, and a waste of time and money. Injection methods of tattoo removal are even worse because they basically inject highly-damaging acid into the skin. We have seen many people with severe scarring and chemical
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