The Vbeam® laser system is a world-renowned, easy-to-use pulsed dye laser recognized as the gold standard technology for the treatment of vascular lesions. The Vbeam pulsed dye laser (PDL) has been proven time and again for the successful treatment of a wide array of vascular, pigmented, and certain non-pigmented lesions, with a low incidence of side effects.
The system uses 595 nm PDL technology to deliver an intense but gentle burst of light into targeted areas of the skin. There it’s absorbed by the blood vessels or melanin pigmented areas, removing the targeted imperfections. Most patients notice results right away, and it’s clinically proven for multiple skin types.
The Vbeam system is FDA and CE cleared. The Vbeam family includes: Vbeam Perfecta®, and Vbeam Prima®.
Vbeam pulsed dye laser (PDL) at a wavelength of 595nm or 1064nm passes through the epidermal and dermal layers of the skin and is absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin in the blood vessels rather than by the surrounding tissue.
Our PDL treatments have been used since the 1980s for the treatment of port wine stains in infants and young children. The Vbeam's two types of cooling for maximum versatility and epidermal protection:
In a clinical study, after an average of 2.6 Vbeam 595 nm laser treatments, patients with blood vessels on the face had a visual improvement of 75% to 100%.5
In a clinical study, Vbeam 595 nm laser therapy cleared more than 90% of inflammatory acne lesions in treated patients.6
In a clinical study, a Vbeam 595 nm pulsed dye laser was used to treat infants with port wine stains, resulting in an average port wine stain clearance of 88.6% after a year of treatment.7
In a clinical study, all scars treated with a Vbeam 595 nm pulsed dye laser showed a significant improvement in appearance.1,8
The Vbeam system uses targeted laser therapy to treat redness, acne, wrinkles, and sunspots on the face and chest.
Vbeam laser treatments are customized to meet your individual skincare needs. The number and duration of treatments will depend on the condition and your skin type. You can typically expect 2 to 4 treatment sessions, each lasting 15 to 30 minutes.
Patients treated with a Vbeam laser system reported experiencing minimal discomfort during treatment. In fact, they were highly satisfied with the results:1
Patients treated with the Vbeam Prima laser reported experiencing minimal discomfort during treatment.1 Your healthcare provider may administer instant cooling to the skin before, during, and after treatment for added comfort.
The Vbeam series laser system is FDA-cleared for most skin types. Ask your healthcare provider if Vbeam laser therapy is right for you.
Our proprietary pulsed-dye laser is an industry gold standard.9 It works to clear the dilated blood vessels below the skin’s surface, producing lasting results and healthier-looking skin.
Yes. In fact, it’s clinically proven to help clear inflammatory acne.6 Vbeam Prima laser therapy clears acne at the source. It targets inflammatory acne lesions, reducing both the bumps and associated redness.6,10 The system treats acne beneath the skin’s surface by slowly heating the blood cells to help attack bacteria.6
The Vbeam 595 nm pulsed dye laser is trusted by healthcare providers worldwide for treating infants and children with vascular birthmarks. The proprietary 595 nm laser is an industry gold standard in treating common skin conditions such as port wine stains and hemangiomas. The system is clinically proven to treat port wine stains in infants aged six months and younger.7
Vbeam pulsed dye laser therapy is the industry gold standard for treating scars and stretch marks. It targets and clears blood vessels within scar tissue, revealing smoother-looking skin.1 Vbeam laser therapy can improve the appearance of scars, making them less noticeable,1,11 producing lasting results and healthier-looking skin.