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Versatile, Powerful, Stable, Reliable

Meet the Absolute

Q-Switched ND:YAG Laser Ever



Q-switched ND:YAG device that provides high quality laser toning. 

Existing laser toning often comes with side effects such as pigment reappearance and partial depigmentations, but Pastelle has 

reduced these side effects substantially along with procedure pains. Through PTP (Photo-acoustic Twin Pulse) mode, Pastelle treats pigmentation and skin rejuvenation. 


In order to improve the sensitivity and safety, laser devices are exposed to extreme environment or excessive uses. Pastelle is 

equipped with auto calibration which makes the device to be much more reliable.



New painting your skin Radiant skin. 

• New concept melasma treatment using low output

• Q/switching mode

• Low re occurrence rate

• Good for hard-to-cure dermal pigment lesion

• Stimulating sebaceous gland for Acne improvement

• NO PAIN

• NO DOWN TIME

• NO SIDE EFFECT 


Auto Calibration

Pastelle adopted Auto Calibration to solve the problem of decreased output according to the usage. Gradual decrease in output in 

relation to efficiency is a problem often encountered with Lamp-pumped lasers. The output is automatically compensated in Pastelle 

by checking the output with photo diode on the optical path. This allows stable output without necessitating a compensation for the 

output during procedure.

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Irradiation Type : Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser Wavelength: 532nm & 1064nm Maximum Energy : 500mJ@532nm 1,300mJ@1064nm 1,600mJ@PTP mode 3,500mJ@Genesis mode Pulse Duration: 6~20ns (Q-Switched mode) 300㎲ (Genesis mode) Repetition Rate : 1~10Hz Spot Size : 2~10mm 



PTP™ (Photoacoustic Twin Pulse) Mode

Pastelle adopted the Photoacoustic Twin Pulse (PTP) Mode, which constantly delivers twin-pulsed, high-output energy at very short intervals. With high and consistent output on a large area, the PTP Mode could improve the therapeutic effect by providing uniform energy distribution all over the face. As a pulse is divided into two in the PTP Mode, it is associated with less injury to the surrounding tissues, less pain and faster regeneration, compared to the previous single pulse, at the same energy output. It is also associated with less hypo-pigmentation, PIH and other adverse effects. The PTP mode has been reported to be less painful and cause milder reactions to pigments, compared to single pulse of the same energy.



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Pastelle PTP (Photoacoustic Twin Pulse) mode




PRINCIPLE OF EPIDERMAL & DERMAL LESION TREATMENT


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