"For melasma patients, one of my treatment choices is now Laser Toning with Lutronic SPECTRA laser. I have seen excellent results with the low level approach with the 1064 nm Q-switched Spectra laser. My patients usually see improvement after 4 to 6 weeks from the initial session.
Especially in some countries in Europe where sunbathers still worship the sun, there are many patients who have sun-damaged skin with multiple epidermal pigmented lesions. These lesions are found on exposed body areas such as face, hands, chest and back. When I treat them with a 532/1064 Q-switched Lutronic SPECTRA laser, in a multi-layer approach, my patients are very pleased and impressed by the excellent results.
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) sometimes occurs after cosmetic procedures such as laser or chemical peel treatments. The unique low level 1064 nm Q-switched treatment approach with the Lutronic SPECTRA laser has proven to be a valuable treatment modality for this indication."