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Spectra Laser

Qswitch Ndyag Laser breaks down the pigment cells under the skin and expels them from the body without causing any side effects. The first shot shows approximately 20-30% of the results. However, you should do it at least 4-5 times every 3-6 weeks for better results.

Who is Spectra Laser suitable for?

1. People with dull skin and dark spots (Spectra mode toning 1064 nm.)

2. People with black marks from acne (Spectra mode toning 1064 nm.)

3. People with acne inflammation on the face and redness from acne (Mode Gold)

4. People who have problems with blemishes and freckles

5. People with scarring problems


Results: Visibly faded scars, hyperpigmentation, redness, freckles and dark spots. Skin looks smoother, more even and more radiant. It also stimulates collagen under the face to make the skin look younger, tighten pores and see results from the first treatment.


Post precautions

1. Consult a doctor before treatment.

2. Do not exfoliate the area treated with the laser, as exfoliation can cause abrasions of the skin, which may result in skin weakness.

3. Refrain from using chemical soaps and creams that irritate the skin, such as Retin-A, AHA acids, as some creams may exfoliate, which may result in weakened skin and not along with the laser treatment. If you are unsure, you should consult a doctor.

4. Avoid exposure to strong sunlight for 6 weeks prior to laser treatment as this will reduce the laser's effectiveness or results.

5. If you have any underlying disease or are taking any medications, you should inform your doctor before the laser treatment.



1. During 1-2 days after the laser treatment, the area of the laser skin may still be burning, you can apply a cold compress and apply a body lotion to relieve the symptoms

2. During this time, refrain from sun exposure for 1-2 weeks and should apply sunscreen everyday, even at home

3. Refrain from heat activities such as sauna, hot yoga, and steam for 2-3 days.

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