Nd Yag lasers are capable of transmitting ultrahigh energy in an instant swelling the pigment granules in the target tissue to the point where they break apart and dissipate. Using this technology, some pigment granules in shallow-layer skin will be destroyed, the remnants will decompose into tiny particles that will be swallowed by macrophages in the body, and through the process of digestion, excreted from the body through the lymphatic system.
Due to the fact that lasers of certain wavelengths can reach the pigment in the tissue directly through the cuticular layer and dermis layer, it only takes effect on pigment granules and there is little damage to the skin.
Since CO2 lasers are a kind of exfoliating laser, treatment using them is widely applied to clinical use combined with lattice techniques. In other words, CO2 lasers are split into several tiny laser beams, and when they hit the skin, they form evenly spread light spots, creating a thermo-exfoliating area, thermo-solidifying area and thermo-reacting area, which will subsequently lead to a series of self-reparation processes as a reaction in the body.
A diode laser is a kind of solid state laser that emits lasers of different wavelengths through a semiconductor. Because the energy transition process of the laser is quite direct, it has a low loss rate and therefore a relatively high efficiency.
The treatment principle of the diode laser is selective pyrogenation, which is mainly determined by its wavelength. Therefore, the wavelength of the diode laser determines its treatment target.
The intense heat of the light changes the molecule structure inside collagen fiber in the dermis and inside elastic fiber, promoting the original resilience to be restored. It also helps improve circulation.
Since the pathological tissues contain much higher content of pigment groups than normal skin tissues, the temperature of pigment groups after absorbing light is rising at a higher speed than that of normal skin. Using the temperature difference, pigments can be broken down and decomposed to achieve the desired therapeutic purposes of rosacea removal, pigment removal and so on without damaging normal tissue.
RF (radio frequency) is a kind of electromagnetic wave that changes more than 10,000 times per second. Electromagnetic waves of different frequencies can cause different stimulation effects on the treated skin.
For example, 1-10MHz electromagnetic wave can penetrate the skin surface, heating the collagen fiber in the dermis layer to 55℃~65℃. The collagen fiber will shrink after absorbing the heat, which strains the formal skin and puts it in a healthier and more energetic state.
HIFU is the principle of high intensity focused ultrasound in which it can apply acoustic energy directly to the deep layer of fascia without cutting open the skin.
During treatment, ultrasound can focus the heat energy and apply it directly to SMAS (Superficial Musculo-Aponeurotic System), creating an effect of focusing the electric field and raising the temperature under the skin up to 60℃ - 75℃. Through this thermal damage, skin will activate the process of self-repair and regeneration, thus reducing wrinkles and firming the skin.
Eliminating pathogenic microorganisms: acne is the result of propionibacterium infection in the skin. Propionibacterium itself can generate endogenous porphyrin that consists mostly of protoporphyrin IX. With exogenous porphyrins (photosensiter) applied, under light of certain wavelength, strong photochemical reactions can occur, thus destroying acne causing propionibacterium directly and effectively.
What is cryolipolysis? The main constituent of fat in our body is triglyceride. When it is under 5℃, triglyceride will solidify. Therefore, using this principle, cryolipolysis means transferring freezing waves to targeted areas where they can be applied to reduce fat. By converting triglyceride into solids, they will age prematurely. Later, triglyceride will be eliminated and expelled from our body gently through normal metabolic processes, thus gradually reducing fat layers and reaching the goal of spot reduction.
Diamond microdermabrasion works by applying tiny silica crystal particles to the surface of skin at a high speed, exfoliating dead cells and then washing them away.
This whole process can not only remove the cuticle layer from the skin surface, but also stimulate the regeneration of the dermis as well as increase skin elasticity, so it is often applied in scar removal and wrinkle removal.