Skin Rejuvenation: Nd-Yag Laser


Lasers with infrared wavelength ranges (1064nm) have been used in non-ablative rejuvenation of skin. In this process, cooling of the epidermis allows for laser energy heat-induced correction to the dermis without ablation of the epidermal layer. This dermal correction is to produce improvements in skin quality. In addition, long-pulse Nd:YAG lasers target melanin less efficiently, allowing safer treatment of patients with all skin types.


  1. All-colour tattoo removal.
  2. Benign pigmented lesion removal.
  3. Static and Dynamic wrinkles.
  4. Pigmentation: Freckles, sun spots, or other darkened patches of skin result mainly from sun exposure.
  5. Scars- injury or acne marks.
  6. Vascular conditions: Blood vessels visible on the surface of the skin, vascular lesions that appear as tiny blood-filled blisters or even a constant flush of facial redness


    1. FDA approved and CE marked
    2. Two wavelengths- 532nm and 1064nm.
    3.  Larger spot size to cover larger areas.
    4. Aiming 635nm beam- help to guide your Nd-YAG laser
      High Fluency.

Basic Parameters

Wavelength1064nm, 532nm
Spot size2-10mm adjustable
Repetition Rate1064nm = up to 5 Hz, 532nm = up to 5 Hz
Pulse Width 1064nm 5ns, 532nm = 5ns
Fluence: 1064nm
0.6~16J/cm² 532nm = 0.3~8J/cm²
Electrical requirements110~240VAC 50-60Hz 1200VA
351mm*925mm8775mm (without optical articulated arm)
Aiming beam
635nm, less than 5mW