Icon - Aesthetic System

The Icon™ aesthetic system is the next generation of platform technology. With multiple treatment offerings possible using the one machine, it enables aesthetic practitioners the ability to provide a comprehensive suite of the most popular treatments, from hair removal to the reduction of scars, wrinkles and stretch marks.
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Overview

A new era in laser and optimised light technology

The Icon aesthetic system offers high peak powers, state-of-the-art cooling and built in calibration to improve functionality and dependency. The Icon system also comes with Skintel® Reader, the only FDA-cleared melanin reader, resulting in fast treatments with excellent outcomes.

With the Icon system, aesthetic practices can provide the most popular treatments, including:

  • Laser skin resurfacing
  • Laser wrinkle reduction
  • Laser scar and stretch mark treatment
  • Permanent hair reduction
  • Vessel and pigment clearance
  • Leg vein clearance

The system’s patented innovations include:

  • The Skintel Melanin Reader: A revolutionary device that determines the average melanin density of skin prior to treatment.
  • Power: Delivering a maximum effective energy1 of over 350 joules, the Icon is the most powerful laser and optimised light aesthetic platform.2
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Related Treatments

Hair Removal

For people who are tired of shaving, tweezing, and waxing to remove unwanted hair, laser hair removal has become the… More

Pigmentation

Pigmentation affects many people given Australia’s outdoor culture.  Although, some types of pigmented lesions exist at birth, often times pigment… More

Skin Revitalisation

Laser skin revitalisation The skin revitalisation market is growing every year. More people want an appearance that matches the way they… More

Vascular Treatment

People seek treatment for vascular lesions or birthmarks for both cosmetic and medical reasons. Worldwide procedure volume for energy-based vascular… More

Specifications
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Accessories

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Skintel Melanskintelhandsin Reader

The Skintel® Melanin Reader, the only FDA-cleared melanin reader, offers aesthetic practitioners a quantitative method of measuring melanin content for… More

Handpieces

MaxR™

Lux-RLaser hair removal equipment that removes hair on all skin types, from the fairest to the darkest, including tanned skin. Its large spot size allows you to quickly cover large areas like the back, legs, and chest.

1540 Fractional Laser

Lux1540Fractional, non-ablative laser for skin resurfacing and treatment of surgical scars, acne scars, stretch marks and melasma.

1064+ Laser

1064+ LaserPermanently reduces unwanted hair in difficult-to-treat areas on skin types V and VI, and more comfortably clears a variety of leg vessels, from the smaller red vessels to the larger blue reticular leg veins.

MaxYs™

LuxYSLaser hair removal equipment that delivers higher peak power of the optimal wavelengths of light to treat difficult, resistant areas of finer, lighter hair. It also delivers optimally filtered light for the treatment of darker pigmented lesions, with a smaller spot size suited for targeted or difficult areas.

2940 Fractional Laser

Lux2940_silverGrooveopticSophisticated, single-treatment fractional ablative laser handpiece for wrinkles and textural irregularities. The unique Groove™ Optic pattern offers high ablative coverage with fast recovery and minimal downtime.

MaxG™

LuxMaxGThe MaxG IPL is optimised for clearing vessels, vascular lesions and pigmented lesions, offering superior vessel and pigment clearance that goes beyond single-wavelength lasers.

MaxG offers superior closure of the larger, deeper facial vessels with a unique combination of Dynamic Spectrum ShiftingSM and dual-band filters, which provides more uniform heating across the entire diameter of larger vessels.

With our patented advances in pulsed-light performance, your clients can experience a comfortable, no-downtime treatment on their way to a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance.

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Clinical Data

Building on two decades of unparalleled investments in developing light-based systems for aesthetic providers, the Icon system redefines the standard of light-based cosmetic and dermatologic care.

Vascular Lesions & Skin Renewal

  1. Shek S, P.Y. Chan N, C.Y. Chan J, H.L. Chan H. 2012. The Efficacy of a Dual Filter Handpiece (500–670nm and 870–1200 nm) of an Intense Pulse Light Device for the Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. (Abstract)
  2. Adatto M, Friedman D. 2012. Clearance of Port Wine Stains Following Optimized Pulsed Light Treatments. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. (Abstract)
  3. Tanghetti E MD. 2012. Split-face Randomized Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia Comparing Pulsed Dye Laser and an Intense Pulsed Light Handpiece. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. (Abstract)
  4. Weiss R, Ross V, Tanghetti E, Vasily D, Childs J, Smirnov M, Altshuler G. 2011. Characterization of an Optimized Light Source and Comparison to Pulsed Dye Laser for Superficial and Deep Vessel Clearance. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine.
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  6. Ross V, Tanghetti E, Vasily D, Weiss R, Childs J, Erofeev A, Smirnov M, Altshuler, G. 2010. New Optimized Light Source for Treatment of Vascular Lesions of the Skin. PMTI.
  7. Childs J., Erofeev A., Smirnov M., Altshuler G. 2010. Optimum Spectrum and Pulse Shape for Vascular Lesion Treatment: The Science Behind MaxG. PMTI.
  8. McMeekin T, Lertzman B, Hahn H, Arcara K. 2008. Randomized Study of Intense Pulsed Light and Pulsed Dye Laser in The Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. (Abstract)
  9. Miranda C., Narurkar V. 2006. Comparison of StarLux LuxG with Long Pulsed PDL, Long Pulsed KTP, and Traditional IPL for Treatment of Telangiectasias. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 70. (Abstract)
  10. Kim K., Berenstein L., Chapas A., Geronemus R. 2006. Comparison Treatments for Vascular Lesions with the Vbeam® and the StarLux IPL. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 242. (Abstract)
  11. Astner S, Wolmers S, Tsao S. 2005. Increased Efficacy in Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia and Rosacea Utilizing StarLux IPL Technology with Variable Pulsewidth and Fluence. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine.105. (Abstract)
  12. Ross E.V. 2005. Split Treatment of Photodamaged Skin with KTP 532nm Laser with 10mm Handpiece Versus IPL: A Cheek-to-Cheek Comparison. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. Vol. 9999:1–5.
  13. Klingman D.E, Zhen Y. 2004. Intense Pulsed Light Treatment of Photoaged Facial Skin. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Inc. Vol. 30: 1085–1090.

Case Studies: Pigmented Lesions, Vascular Lesions and Photofacial

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