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Q-Switch Laser is the latest technology to treat uneven skin tone and hyper-pigmentation that is highly safe for Indian skin. Q -Switch laser creates an invisible beam of light that specifically targets the brown pigment or melanin present in the dark spots without having any affect on the surrounding skin. The pigment absorbs the laser energy and gets fragmented within the skin's tissues, thereby giving you a smooth and even skin tone. The laser reaches deeper areas where products or peels etc do not reach. 

It usually takes about 6-8 sessions to work effectively. No. of Sessions varies according to clients condition

Q-Switch Treats:

  • Pigmentation (such as freckles, sun spots, age spots, melasma, birthmarks)
  • Acne marks
  • Fairer skin
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Minimise pores
  • Tattoo removal

Since it is non-ablative, the Q-switch laser can heat deeper layers of skin without damaging or scarring skin tissues. This makes it a valuable tool in skin resurfacing (i.e. wrinkle reduction), not to mention its various medical uses.

  • Tattoo Removal

    Q-switch lasers come in different wavelengths. Lasers with 1064 nanometer (nm) wavelengths are used to remove dark blue or black tattoos, while those with 532 nm wavelengths can remove red, sky blue, and green colors.1 Food and Drug Administration. 510(k) summary for RevLite Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser system.

    Q-switch lasers remove tattoos by penetrating into the skin then heating tattoo ink until it shatters. The ink is then filtered out of the body through the lymphatic system. When used correctly, Q-switch lasers break down tattoo ink without damaging or scarring the surrounding skin.

    For one 2015 study, 12 blue or black tattoos were each treated three times with a 1064 nm wavelength Q-switched laser. The improvements were significant, although none of the tattoos were completely gone after three sessions.2 The report also mentions that the most significant improvements were seen in tattoos that were done at least 10 years before.

  • Skin and Vascular Lesions

    Q-switched lasers can be used to treat pigmented skin lesions and vascular (vein) lesions, including but not limited to:

    Nevus of Ota is hyperpigmentation on the face and sometimes in the eye, usually on just one side. In 2014, researchers noted excellent improvements in nevus of Ota following Q-switch laser removal. No adverse side effects were reported and little to no recovery time was needed.

    Lentigines are flat, hyper-pigmented spots caused by sun exposure or aging skin. Q-switched lasers are effective for gradually reducing them but come with a risk of increased hyperpigmentation, particularly in darker skin types. A 2016 study showed significant improvements in lentigines after just one Q-switched laser session.

    Melasma is a condition in which hyper-pigmented spots or patches form, typically on the face. Studies show that Q-switched laser treatments can fade them substantially within three, once-per-month treatments. Only mild, temporary side effects like itching have been reported.

    Cafe-au-lait are flat patches of hyper-pigmented skin seen on newborn infants. For a 2019 study in China, cafe-au-lait spots in 471 children were treated with Q-switch lasers. An overall success rate of 79% was reported for cafe-au-lait removal with no adverse side effects reported.

    Spider angioma are sometimes called spider veins due to their red or purple spider-like appearance. Spider angiomas are caused by dilated (widened) blood vessels near the surface of your skin. Q-switch lasers have been used to reduce spider angiomas in the face and neck with favorable results.

  • Skin Rejuvenation

    Laser liposuction is a non-invasive alternative to liposuction with little to no recovery time. Q-switched lasers are widely used in laser liposuction, as they can effectively reduce unwanted fat while minimizing tissue damage. One 2014 study found that Q-switched laser liposuction resulted in 54% less blood loss compared to traditional liposuction.

    Acne scars can be effectively treated with a Q-switched laser. A 2022 study published in the journal Medicina showed significant acne scar improvements within three, 1064 nm Q-switch laser treatments, done every eight weeks. No significant side effects were reported. The Q-switch treatments were regarded as safe and effective.

    Skin resurfacing procedures are commonly done using Q-switched lasers. Treatments aim to improve skin tone and texture, diminish wrinkles, and reduce the skin's oil production. A study published in 2022 found that Q-switch laser treatments substantially reduced dark circles and wrinkles under the eyes within six treatments.

Things to know:

  • 70-90% clearance or lightening of your pigmentation.
  • Very high success for clearance of acne marks.
  • Prevention and treating of pimples and acne.
  • Less outbreaks in future.
  • Better oil control.
  • Fairer and brighter skin.
  • Complete clearance of tattoos (depending on ink colour).
  • The laser energy feels like many tiny hot dots on your skin. The process is very tolerable.
  • Mild pinkish flush might be present for about 15mins after the laser.
  • You can put on make-up immediately after a laser Service and go straight back to work
  • Avoid sun tanning for the next 7-10 days. Also apply an appropriate sunscreen.

Best suited to treat the following concerns:

  • Tanning & uneven skin tone
  • Melasma
  • Marks & age spots
  • Freckles
  • Dark lips
  • Tattoo removal
  • Acne scars
  • Dilated pores
  • Stretch marks