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Helios III Toning



Helios III Laser Toning

Helios III Laser Toning is our signature skin rejuvenation procedure performed using the Helios III. Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser is a non-ablative pigment laser that targets the excess pigment in the skin. This treatment is great in getting rid of stubborn pigments such as melasma, freckles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). Light is absorbed by the unwanted pigment target. The pigments then break up and are excreted by the body via the immune system. It also helps with stimulating collagen synthesis to allow for improvement in skin tone and quality.

  • Natural-Looking Results
    Our plastic surgeon uses his experience and expertise as an Asian Rhinoplasty surgeon to correct and improve the appearance of the nose such that it has a natural and beautiful contour from bridge to tip.
  • Improved Nasal Appearance
    Rhinoplasty is appropriate for those who like to improve the appearance of the nose: Flat nose with not enough projection on the tip and bridge Arrow nose (long nose) with droopy nose tip Hooked nose with a nasal hump Short upturned nose with overly exposed nostrils
  • Better Facial Balance
    It is common for Asian noses to be too wide or lack sufficient projection. Asian Rhinoplasty can contour the nose to reinforce the bridge, tip and nasal definition for a harmoniously balanced profile.

How Is Pigmentation Formed?

Melanin, a natural skin pigment produced by melanocytes, determines our skin, hair, and eye color. Elevated melanin levels in the skin lead to the development of pigmentation issues like melasma, sunspots, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). The overstimulation of melanocytes due to excessive sun exposure disrupts the balanced production of melanin, culminating in the creation of uneven dark spots commonly referred to as pigmentation.


Common Types Of Pigmentation

The most prevalent types of skin pigment conditions include:


Melasma presents as patches or freckle-like spots in brown or blue-gray hues on the skin, primarily on the cheeks. It results from the excessive production of melanin and can manifest suddenly or develop gradually over several months.


Acne scars:

Following the formation of acne, the skin undergoes inflammation. As the inflammation diminishes, the imperfections heal beneath the skin's surface, yet insufficient tissue regeneration occurs to achieve a smooth outer layer. Typically, scars naturally diminish with the passage of time. Nevertheless, for individuals with severe acne, these scars can endure permanently.

Sun Spots:

Sunspots emerge on skin regions that have experienced frequent sun exposure. They manifest as relatively small spots, typically measuring just a few centimeters across, displaying a somewhat varied shade of brown. These sunspots reside at the outermost layer of the skin and do not have a raised texture.



III Laser

Helios III Q-switched Nd:YAG laser employs cutting-edge laser technology to address concerns such as enlarged pores, skin discoloration, pigmented lesions, and aging skin. The laser energy effectively permeates the surface layer of the skin, precisely focusing on the underlying skin tissue to eliminate pigmentation issues.

Treatment Details


Procedure Time

15 to 30 minutes


Numbing Cream



Follow Up

Every 4 weeks




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