New system for tattoo removal and carbon laser facials launches

NRG Bodyperfect and Kevin Williams have announced the launch of the new and innovative Laser Pro-Q ND:Yag Q switched machine, designed for both tattoo removal and carbon laser facials.

Popular among A-listers, the carbon facial uses carbon paste to exfoliate the skin, while absorbing oil and contaminants from deep within the pores. The laser then targets the carbon, blasting away dead skin cells and blackheads, leaving softer, more radiant complexions with reduced pore size and more even tone.

Carbon peels also work to target the deep layers of the skin to stimulate collagen production, enabling professionals to tackle an array of anti-ageing concerns.

The brand explains that the device can also be used to help reduce the P.Acnes bacteria responsible for acne, allowing for better management of pimples and outbreaks. It works on the sebaceous glands, decreasing oil production and reducing congestion building up in the pores.

Treatments can be performed on any part of the body, including the back and chest, with protocol times of just 30 minutes.

In addition, the Laser Pro-Q has been designed to offer effective results for most colours of tattoo, including dark inks.

“The NRG Laser Pro-Q, in my opinion, is an absolute game changer, especially when used with the proprietary collimated handpiece for carbon facials,” says Kevin. “I am enthused and confident that with the development of our NRG Laser Pro-Q machine it will define the face of aesthetic therapist and salon treatments from here on.”

To support the launch, NRG Aesthetic Solutions are offering fully accredited Level 4 and 5 training.

“For a limited time, we will be including both levels of training within the cost of the machine,” reveals Kevin. “Additionally, we will be running fully accredited Level 4 and 5 training with manufacturer's sponsorship that will equate to a 50% discount on the course cost for both Level 4 and 5 training students.”

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