By Rosie Wilson

Lutronic has launched its new multi-function laser, SPECTRA XT, which uses six wavelengths to cover a variety of purposes, including tattoo removal, pigmentation, acne, melasma and skin rejuvenation.

The laser is the first of its kind to be cleared for the treatment of melasma, and the company claim that the 660 nm wavelength is the safest treatment for pigment removal on the market, significantly reducing the possibility of side effects.

Dr. Harryono Judodihardjo, medical director for Cellite Clinic Ltd., said:

“Spectra XT’s multi-function laser with its extended platforms has provided my clinic with a very versatile machine. I’m able to offer patients tattoo removal, melasma treatments, rejuvenation results, pigmentation correction and more, with this one device. It saves my clinic valuable time and money, whilst being safe and effective.”