The treatment is based on a unique method of energy dispersion, emitting narrow pulse widths with multiple peaks of energy, resulting in more effective treatment and increased patient comfort. ClearLift delivers photo acoustic shockwaves to the target area through high laser intensities in nanosecond pulses. This mechanical Q-Switched effect creates a controlled dermal wound - a unique mechanism of action that achieves optimal results for each indication. The treatment is powerful enough to address challenging skin imperfections, hyperpigmentation and multicolored tattoos, while gentle enough to treat the most delicate areas of the face, neck and décolleté. ClearLift & ClearSkin
Rejuvenate and Clarify with ClearLift & ClearSkin This combined therapy offers a wide-ranging solution for age-related skin imperfections including wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tone and skin laxity, as well as acne-related scars. Benefitting from the synergetic value of using two different pulse durations and wavelengths, this combined therapy uses ClearLift (QS 1064nm -photoacoustic), and ClearSkin (Er:Glass 1540nm - photothermal), to enable skin rejuvenation via the induction of new Collagen type III (ClearLift), and achieve a Collagen type I effect (ClearSkin). The integrated vacuum mechanism extracts accumulated sebaceous material from the pores, while contact cooling protects the skin, reducing pain and allowing for safer and more
effective treatment of the sebaceous glands within the dermis.
The first fractional non-ablative Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser Alma Harmony uses a specially designed fractional Q-Switched laser to achieve a deep mechanical effect, focusing the energy beneath the epidermis. The treatment is a ‘lunchtime procedure’ that is virtually painless with no downtime, no need for pre-treatment anesthetic and is safe for all skin types. Latest Innovations: Alma ClearLift 4D - Control the precise depth of treatment Variable depth control allows practitioners to combine both deep and superficial treatment approaches depending on the area being treated, the skin type or the indications.