Maximum Power and Versatility
Delivering 1064 nm and 532 nm, with MultiLite Dye Handpieces extending the wavelength capabilities to include 585 nm and 650 nm, RevLite SI provides the versatility you need to target the full color spectrum of tattoo inks. It also allows you to perform non-ablative skin resurfacing, wrinkle reduction, and acne scar reduction, and is proven effective on dermal and epidermal pigmented lesions, including melasma.
RevLiteSI’s advanced technology features include:
• SmartInfiniteTM (SI) Handpiece
• MultiLite Dye Handpieces (585 nm and 650 nm)
• 532Lite Handpiece
• PhotoAcoustic Technology Pulse (PTP)
• Precision Beam Technology
Precision That’s Quick and Easy
The Smart Infinite (SI) Handpiece provides continuous 0.1 mm micro-adjustments in spot size, enabling you to easily select the largest spot size with the highest fluence for faster and more efficient treatments. The spot size setting is automatically communicated to the laser control system, making spot size changes quicker and easier than ever.
RevLite SI includes MultiLite Dye Handpieces that extend the laser’s wavelength capabilities. The 585 nm (yellow) and 650 nm (red) wavelength handpieces allow for effective full-color tattoo removal.
For precisely treating small pigmented lesions at very low fluences, the 532Lite Handpiece with spot sizes in continual 0.1 mm increments is also part of the RevLite SI system.
Greater Efficacy and Comfort
With proprietary PhotoAcoustic Technology PulseTM (PTP), RevLite SI takes power and short pulse duration one step further. Our exclusive PTP is a unique dispersion of energy that delivers very narrow pulse widths at peak power, for efficient removal of unwanted pigment. Clinical studies indicate that the PTP mode offers greater efficacy and increased patient comfort for skin revitalization.1
1 Yaghmai D, MD, Garden J, MD, Bakus A., PhD, Gold M, MD, Saal B, MD, Goldberg D, MD, Massa M, MD. Photodamage therapy using an electro-optic Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2010; 42: 699–705.