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Pico Laser: Your Pathway to Brilliant Skin

Skin rejuvenation has been elevated to unprecedented levels through the introduction of advanced laser technologies. Pico Laser utilizes ultra-short picosecond pulses to meticulously target skin imperfections, achieving an unmatched level of precision. It can effectively tackle a wide spectrum of skin issues, such as acne scars, pigmentation, wrinkle reduction, tattoo removal, skin resurfacing, melasma, age spots, fine lines, uneven skin tone, which establishes it as a versatile and all-encompassing choice.

Pico Laser Your Pathway to Brilliant Skin​
Faster Results and Fewer Sessions​

Faster Results and Fewer Sessions

DualPico Laser’s exceptional speed and effectiveness distinguish it from traditional skincare techniques. Its ultra-rapid pulses penetrate the skin with greater efficiency, yielding faster outcomes and necessitating a reduced number of treatment sessions. This presents a notable benefit for individuals with busy schedules who desire fast enhancements in their skin’s visual appeal. 

Common Treatment Options for Skin Rejuvenation

Chemical Peels: Application of chemical solutions to exfoliate outer layers of skin, promoting smoother texture and addressing pigmentation issues.

Micro-needling: Creation of controlled micro-injuries using fine needles, triggering collagen synthesis and improving fine lines, scars, and texture.

HIFU (High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound): Delivery of focused ultrasound energy to target deep skin layers, promoting tightening and lifting effects.

Microcurrent Therapy: Low-level electrical currents stimulate muscles and cells, enhancing firmness and improving facial contours.

Photodynamic Therapy: Combining light and a photosensitizing agent to treat various skin conditions, such as acne and sun damage.

Injectable Treatments: Botulinum toxin (Botox) and dermal fillers smooth wrinkles and add volume, rejuvenating the face.

Radiofrequency Treatments: Controlled radiofrequency energy heats skin tissues, promoting collagen remodeling for improved texture and firmness.

Laser Resurfacing: Precise removal of damaged skin layers using laser energy, stimulating collagen production and reducing wrinkles, scars, and discoloration.

Indications Suitable for Skin Rejuvenation Treatments

Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Including crow’s feet, smile lines, forehead wrinkles, and more.

Acne Scarring: Treating depressed scars and post-acne hyperpigmentation.

Uneven Pigmentation: Addressing freckles, sunspots, and uneven skin tone.

Enlarged Pores: Minimizing the appearance of enlarged pores.

Skin Laxity: Tightening loose skin caused by age or other factors.

Scar Revision: Treating surgical scars, burn scars, and other types.

Uneven Complexion: Improving overall skin tone and brightness.

Skin Tightening: Enhancing firmness and elasticity.  

Sun Damage: Reversing skin aging and damage caused by prolonged sun exposure.

Dual Wavelength Pico Laser: Farewell to Pigmentation

DualPico laser workstation is the 532nm and 1064nm wavelength laser system that is especially intended for benign pigmented lesions removal.

532nm wavelength falls within the green spectrum of light. It is particularly effective in targeting superficial pigmentation and red or orange pigmented lesions. This wavelength is absorbed well by melanin, the pigment responsible for color in the skin and certain pigmented lesions. When the 532nm wavelength is directed at the skin, it is absorbed by melanin, causing photothermal and photomechanical reactions. This leads to the fragmentation and subsequent removal of pigmented particles, effectively treating conditions like freckles, sunspots, and superficial pigmentation concerns.

1064nm wavelength, falling within the near-infrared range, has a deeper penetration capability. It is particularly effective in treating pigmentation located deeper within the skin. Melanin absorbs this wavelength less readily than shorter wavelengths, allowing it to target deeper layers without excessive absorption on the skin’s surface. 1064nm wavelength triggers a photothermal reaction in the targeted pigmented areas, causing the pigmented particles to break down and be gradually eliminated by the body’s natural processes. This wavelength is often used for deep-seated pigmented lesions. 

Laser Resurfacing: Redefining Skin Rejuvenation

In an era where the pursuit of youthful and radiant skin has gained significant prominence, the spotlight has turned towards modern techniques like Pico laser resurfacing (skin resurfacing). This approach is redefining the landscape of skin rejuvenation by utilizing state-of-the-art laser technology to address a multitude of skin concerns with unparalleled precision and efficacy.


Recent data underscores the growing emphasis placed on skin rejuvenation as an essential aspect of modern self-care and wellness routines. With a surge in interest and demand, people are seeking more effective methods to achieve their desired skin goals. This paradigm shift has paved the way for innovations like Pico laser resurfacing to take center stage. 


Laser resurfacing, including the pioneering Pico laser approach, involves a meticulous process aimed at revitalizing the skin’s appearance. This technique goes beyond traditional methods by using ultra-short picosecond pulses of laser energy. These ultra-fast pulses target and gently remove the outermost layer of the skin, where various imperfections like fine lines, pigmentation irregularities, and acne scars reside.


During the procedure, the Pico laser system emits controlled bursts of laser energy, which interact with the skin’s surface in a fraction of a second. This interaction triggers the body’s natural healing response, stimulating collagen production and revealing fresh, rejuvenated skin from within.


Laser skin resurfacing minimizes downtime and discomfort due to its precision and minimal impact on surrounding tissues. Patients typically experience a series of sessions spaced apart to ensure gradual and optimal results. This approach not only renews the skin’s texture but also promotes long-term improvements, making it an attractive choice for individuals seeking efficient yet transformative outcomes. 

DualPico Laser Treatment
Before & After

“I am satisfied with the remarkable results the DualPico laser has delivered to my melasma patients. The DualPico laser’s innovative technology offers unparalleled precision in targeting melasma pigmentation, resulting in a visible reduction in discoloration and uneven skin tone. This treatment’s gentle yet effective approach ensures minimal discomfort and downtime for my patients, allowing them to resume their daily activities promptly. The DualPico laser excels in utilizing short pulses to enhance collagen production, thereby significantly advancing the overall improvement of skin texture. Without a doubt, DualPico laser is a game-changer in treating melasma, offering my patients a safe, efficient, and transformative solution.”

- Eleanor Mitchell, UK, Medical Aesthetician

Scientific Support
Abstracts Worth Recommending

[1] Feng, J., Shen, S., Song, X., & Xiang, W. (2023). Efficacy and safety of picosecond laser for the treatment of melasma: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Lasers in Medical Science, 38(1), 84.


[2] Lee, Y. J., Shin, H. J., Noh, T. K., Choi, K. H., & Chang, S. E. (2017). Treatment of melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation by a picosecond 755-nm alexandrite laser in Asian patients. Annals of dermatology, 29(6), 779-781.


[3] Polnikorn, N., & Tanghetti, E. (2020). Treatment of refractory melasma in Asians with the picosecond alexandrite laser. Dermatologic Surgery, 46(12), 1651-1656.



[4] Kasai, K. (2017). Picosecond laser treatment for tattoos and benign cutaneous pigmented lesions (secondary publication). Laser therapy, 26(4), 274-281.


[5] Kung, K. Y., Shek, S. Y. N., Yeung, C. K., & Chan, H. H. L. (2019). Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the dual wavelength picosecond laser for the treatment of benign pigmented lesions in Asians. Lasers in surgery and medicine, 51(1), 14-22.


[6] Brauer, J. A., Kazlouskaya, V., Alabdulrazzaq, H., Bae, Y. S., Bernstein, L. J., Anolik, R., … & Geronemus, R. G. (2015). Use of a picosecond pulse duration laser with specialized optic for treatment of facial acne scarring. JAMA dermatology, 151(3), 278-284.


[7] Yang, C. S., Huang, Y. L., Cheng, C. Y., Hu, S., Chang, S. L., & Lee, M. C. (2020). A prospective study of fractionated dual‐wavelength picosecond laser in treating acne scar. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 52(8), 735-742.


[8] Pirakitikulr, N., Martin, J. J., & Wester, S. T. (2020). Laser resurfacing for the management of periorbital scarring. Plastic and aesthetic research, 7.


Academic Papers Worth Reading

Fractional 1064 nm Picosecond Laser in Treatment of Melasma and Skin Rejuvenation in Asians, A Prospective Study 



Effects of A Fractional Picosecond 1,064 nm Laser for the Treatment of Dermal and Mixed Type Melasma



Using Normal and High Pulse Coverage with Picosecond Laser Treatment of Wrinkles and Acne Scarring: Long Term Clinical Observations



A 1064-nm Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet Picosecond Laser for the Treatment of Hyperpigmented Scars