The latest product in Laseroptek’s popular HELIOS line, the HELIOS III takes the treatment of pigmented lesions to a new level. The new HELIOS III will combine Laseroptek’s patented Nd:YAG technology with the newest industry features and technology. The HELIOS III design also features a space-saving smaller footprint.

The HELIOS III includes four auto-sensing handpieces:

● 1064nm Fractional

● 532nm Fractional

● Zoom

● Collimated

Each of the HELIOS III handpieces provides a high stability of output energy. The most amazing feature of the HELIOS III Nd:YAG laser is the ability to adjust from Single Pulse to Twin Pulse.

The Single Pulse provides a single focused beam that features more power than its competitors. The beam profile of the HELIOS III Single Pulse consists of one peak delivering a high amount of focused energy. The Single Pulse function is ideal for treating tattoos and various other skin lesions.

The Twin Pulse, also called Real Twin Pulse (RTP), provides a dual pulse, which is having two smaller peaks closer together, rather than one single pulse. This resulting dual pulse delivers more energy than the single pulse, but spreads it out over both peaks. The Twin Pulse is best used for pigmented lesions.

HELIOS III also utilizes the new Fractional 532nm Handpiece; this Diffraction Optical Element (DOE) device produces micro-beams with exactly equal fluence, without sacrificing the high stability of output energy.

Through the use of patented 4G toning technology, the HELIOS III provides faster and more effective laser toning.

What is HELIOS 4G Toning ?

General laser toning uses only two modes (black/blue) at single wavelength (1064nm) that it takes long to treat pigments settled at various depths and the laser toning is not effective for some patients. However, Helios 4G toning uses four modes at two wavelength (1064nm/532nm) that it effectively treats pigments settled at various depths. so it does not only reduce the treatment time but also increase efficacy of the treatment.


Treatment Indications- HELIOS III

● Melasma

● Becker’s Nevus

● Acquired, Bilateral Nevus of Ota-like Macules (ABNOM)

● Lentigo

● Onychomycosis (Nail Fungus)

● Tattoos

● Uneven Skin Tone

● Nevus of Ota

● Cafe au Lait spots


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