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What CO2RE Intima is For

The CO2RE® Intima system is uniquely engineered to transform treatment of many dermatological conditions, including gynecological needs.

The CO2RE Intima’s comprehensive range of treatment options include: Ablation and resurfacing of soft tissue 

CO2RE Product Features
All three CO2RE Intima system handpieces designed to treat introitus, vaginal canal, and external genitalia.

The system’s customized handpieces are designed to treat the introitus, vaginal canal, and external genitalia. 

  • Conveniently treat with pre-set or individualized treatment options
  • Accurately target and treat tissue with ergonomic, pen-like precision2
Photo of CO2RE Intima treatment system against white background.

Significant benefits for your practice and patients.

  1. Efficient procedural time — as little as 10 minutes for each treatment
  2. Minimally invasive, energy-based treatment 
  3. Portable system allows you to easily perform office-based procedures, and is easy to move from room to room 
  4. Simple in-office setup for gynecological applications
  5. Single-use handpiece optimizes workflow, enhancing patient safety 
  6. Financial savings — single-use handpieces reduce staff time, administrative costs, and inefficiencies 
CO2RE Intima treatment system for energy-based gynecological health against gray background.

Designed with your practice in mind.

The CO2RE Intima system offers numerous user-friendly, productivity-enhancing features.

  • Minimize physician fatigue with articulated arm and featherweight handpieces 
  • Gynecology-specific selection of handpieces and lenses 
  • Intuitive touch-screen interface stores and recalls user preferences 
  • Precision internal scanner digitally synchronized with laser pulse generator 
  • Compact, quiet, easily mobile, and portable 
CO2 Technology
Graphic of CO2 technology used in the CO2RE Intima system.

Well-established CO2 technology treats skin or soft tissue.

CO2 technology has been used in gynecology for benign and pre-malignant vulvar and cervical dysplasia since 1973.3 The CO2RE system offers customizable treatment capability with handpiece and lens combinations to provide physician control. Compared to traditional surgical methods, it provides greater precision, cleaner incision, and less scarring.4

Ready to expand your practice’s treatment options with the CO2RE Intima device?

Let a Candela product expert show you how the CO2RE intima system can enhance your practice portfolio. Contact us.


Product Specifications

Laser TypeCO2
Laser Emission ModePulsed
Output Power60 watts (maximum peak)
Laser Beam Energy Variable from 1 - 80 mJ
Pulse Repetition RateUp to 16.7 kHz
Pulse Duration20 - 3000 μsec
Power Stability± 1.5 watts (±5%)
Mode Quality (M²)< 1.2
Beam SizeØ 1.8 ± 0.5 mm
Beam Divergence7.5 ± 0.5 mrad (full angle)
Polarization > 100:1 linear (orthogonal to mounting pads)
Maximum Scan Area10 mm diameter
Aiming Laser5 mW, 650 nm (red) diode laser
Articulated ArmLightweight, aluminum fiber, 7-joint,
pneumatically balanced
Treatment radius at full arm extension:
85 cm (33.5")
Horizontal rotation: 360°
Lens Assemblies150 μm spot size
120 μm spot size (optional)
HandpieceMulti-use or surgical hand piece
User Interface10.4" high-resolution
Laser Emission ControlFootswitch
Laser Emission IndicatorsSolid amber LED in Standby and Ready modes
Flashing red LED during laser emission
Electrical Requirements100 - 240 VAC self-sensing
50/60 Hz, 7.1 A, single phase
Dimensions40 cm x 44 cm x 177 cm
(15.75" x 17.3" x 70")
Weight26 kg (58 lbs)


Operating Modes

ModeEnergy SettingsFractional CoverageEstimated Ablation Depth
CO2RE Light18 - 74.5 mJ30 - 50%20 - 40 μm
CO2RE Mid45 - 257 mJ20 - 40% 100 - 200 μm
CO2RE Deep30 - 70 mJ1 - 5% 500 - 750 μm
CO2RE Fusion45 - 128 mJ
30 - 70 mJ
20 - 40% 100 - 200 μm &
500 - 750 μm
Classic Resurfacing1 - 10 mJFull100 - 200 μm
Dermal Excision5 - 40 mJN/A0.2 mm x selected line 0.2 mm freehand


  1. CO2RE Intima design. Candela, data on file. 
  2. DeLeon FD, Baggish MS. Lasers in gynecology. Glob Libr Womens Med. The Global Library of Women’s Medicine. 
  3. Bellina JH, Fick AC, Jackson JD. Lasers in gynecology: an historical/developmental overview. Lasers Surg Med. 1985;5(1):1-22.