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Yellowbeam AKA QuadroStar ProYellow Laser

Yellowbeam AKA QuadroStar ProYellow Laser

What is the Yellowbeam?

The Yellowbeam is the world’s first pure yellow skin rejuvenation laser with a unique 577nm wavelength. The Yellowbeam wavelength provides the best absorption in
blood, making it the most effective laser when it comes to treating blood vessels. This laser is clinically proven to successfully treat both vascular and pigmented lesions.

Why the Yellowbeam?

The Yellowbeam is a safer and more effective treatment option for a wide variety of indications including sun damage, unsightly veins, rosacea and melasma. Unlike traditional lasers, the Yellowbeam is able to safely treat both light and dark skin types (up to skin type IV). Thanks to this latest advancement in skin rejuvenation, patients can expect a more comfortable treatment with minimal risks of side effects and little to no downtime.

What are Top Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists Saying?

dr.-jason-emer

“This is an amazing laser! The ProYellow has the ability to non-invasively clear redness and vessels in a single treatment with little risk to patients, unlike any other vascular laser on the market.”

- Dr. Jason Emer, Dermatologist, Beverly Hills, California

dr-arthur-simon

“The Pro Yellow’s ideal 577nm wavelength has provided ground-breaking results on patients with Asian skin. I’ve been able to safely treat a wide range of skin conditions with excellent outcomes. The ProYellow has shown the best results in our clinic for post-acne erythema, melasma, pigmented and vascular lesions.”

- Arthur Simon, M.D., SpKK, Int’l FAAD, Dermatologist, Jakarta, Indonesia

How does the Yellowbeam Compare with other Popular Lasers?

The primary difference between the Yellowbeam and other skin rejuvenation lasers on the market has to do with its unique 577nm wavelength. Different laser wavelengths target different skin tissues and at this particular wavelength, it is highly effective yet safe to treat both vascular and pigmented lesions.

Yellowbeam vs. Green Lasers (532nm)

Traditionally, the most commonly used laser wavelength for the treatment of pigmented lesions (such as sun spots & age spots) and vascular lesions (or unsightly veins) has been the 532nm laser, or green laser light. Green lasers provide very good results in skin types I to III, but 532nm is no longer the ideal wavelength (or color) for targeting vascular lesions for skin types 1-IV. This is where the Yellowbeam comes in, as it is able to safely and more effectively treat pigmented and vascular lesions even for darker skin types (up to skin type IV).

The majority of visible unwanted spots, discoloration or redness (blood vessels), are rooted in a deeper vascular network of veins that that extend beyond the treatable depth of traditional green (532nm) lasers. Not addressing these areas can result in recurrence and the inability to effectively treat deeper pigmented and vascular issues. Simply put, at the 577nm wavelength, Yellowbeam is able to reach and thus more effectively deeper pigment and vascular lesions.

Yellowbeam vs. PicoSure

PicoSure is a picosecond laser that treats at three different wavelengths: 532nm, 755nm and 1064nm. This laser is able to effectively target melanin and treat pigmented lesions even at greater depths.

However, unlike the Yellowbeam, the PicoSure does not address vascular concerns such as broken capillaries and rosacea. Given that certain pigmented issues may be rooted in a deeper vascular network, not addressing vascular lesions may result in recurrence of pigmentation after treatment.

What Conditions Can be Treated with the Yellowbeam?

Melasma/brown spots
Lentigines/sun spots
• Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
• Rosacea (diffuse facial redness)
• Couperosis/telangiectasias (fine broken capillaries)
Fractionated rejuvenation/antiaging
• Benign moles
• Cherry angioma (red spots)
• Hemangioma
• Poikiloderma of Civatte
• Port wine stains (vascular birthmarks)
Acne
Post-acne erythema
• Pyogenic granuloma

Before & After

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