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Skin Treatment

Pico Fractional Laser


While many things affect our complexions, such as genetics and environmental factors, it does not mean that achieving radiant skin is impossible. Pico Fractional Laser, the signature treatment of Amaris B. Clinic, can effectively treat enlarged pores and acne scarring and rejuvenate your skin.

What skin conditions can Pico Fractional Laser treat?

It is a treatment suited to treat a variety of skin concerns such as dull skin, acne and acne scars, rosacea, pigmentations, sun damaged skin and melasma. It can also be used for general skin rejuvenation. This multi-function laser is non-invasive and delivers noticeable and improved results in lesser sessions than other comparables.

How does Pico Fractional Laser work?

Pico Fractional Laser is a picosecond laser which makes it faster and more efficient than nanosecond lasers. In the treatment of enlarged pores, this laser penetrates deeper into the skin than just its surface to deliver pulses that cause tiny globules of air or bubbles. During a patient’s recovery stage, collagen fills up the bubbles and raises indentations and depressions, resulting in a smoother appearance.

What are the benefits of Pico Fractional Laser treatment?

Ultra-Short Picosecond Laser

Ultra-short picosecond laser

Pico Fractional Laser delivers ultra-short laser pulse - without heat - to targeted problem areas. It targets the skin’s pigment cells, breaking them up into tiny particles, which are then safely and naturally eliminated by the body. 

With its multiple treatment wavelength capabilities and being a picosecond laser, Pico Fractional Laser effectively addresses dermal and epidermal pigmentation issues in a shorter time.

HEXA Laser Induced Optical Breakdown (LIOB)

HEXA Laser Induced Optical breakdown (LIOB)

Its LIOB technology works to stimulate elastin production for a softer, fuller, and more youthful complexion. It is also capable of minimising the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, reducing pigmented lesions, and improving acne scars (which are notorious for a treat).

Gentle On The Skin

Gentle on the skin

Although the pulses of energy are highly concentrated, the laser’s effect is gentle on the outer skin layer. Thus, potential discomfort and trauma to the skin are minimised, and the skin heals faster with less downtime.


Pico Fractional Laser is a versatile treatment that is suitable to be used on almost all skin types.  

It is competent in the treatment of Asian and/or darker skin, which carries a high probability of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

The treatment can do this by minimising the heat transfer while delivering stronger energy to targeted areas.

Spots & Pigmentation

For spots & pigmentation

Minimises dark spots and discolouration on the skin as it targets the pigment cells, breaking them down into tiny particles that are subsequently removed by the body. 

Not only does it reduce spots and pigmentations, but it also encourages collagen production, resulting in clearer and brighter skin.

Acne Scars

For acne scars

Treats acne scarring by first creating thermal injury on the targeted area. The injured skin will then trigger the body’s natural healing cycle, after which collagen production is stimulated; skin repairing and remodelling will take place.

It may be done as a solo treatment or combined with chemical peel, steroid injection, facial fat grafting or subcision.

Skin Rejuvenation

For skin rejuvenation

A healthier-looking skin that glows is achievable with Pico Fractional Laser. During the laser treatment, layers of damaged and blemished skin are stripped away, collagen production is stimulated, and the skin is smooth and tight following that.

Pico Fractional Laser works on four different wavelengths – 1064nm, 660nm, 595nm, and 532nm and this enhances its ability to remove more pigments in less time, improves skin tone, and aids in skin rejuvenation.


In Singapore, treatments such as lasers are regulated by the Ministry of Health. Only registered and certified medical doctors with adequate training can perform the treatment.

Dr Ivan Puah

Dr Ivan Puah, the Medical Director of Amaris B. Clinic, holds a Graduate Diploma in Family Dermatology from NUS and boasts over 17 years of clinical experience in addressing various dermatological concerns. His proficiency encompasses the treatment of skin laxity, wrinkles, fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, and more.

Dr Puah's knowledge and skill are further acknowledged through his appointment as a trainer-to-doctor by Merz Singapore and Allergan Singapore.

Dr Ivan Puah doing laser on a patient

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pico fractional laser FAQS

Is there any downtime with Pico Fractional Laser?

Downtime is minimal. Patients generally will experience some mild facial redness for a couple of hours after treatment. In the days following that, the face may feel slightly itchy and rough as the rejuvenation process begins.

What to tell or ask the doctor during consultation?

During the consultation, do share with our doctor important information such as the current state of your general health, including any skin allergies that you may have. Also, inform him of any skin treatment that you may have had. Do remember to raise any concerns and queries that you have in regard to your condition, the treatment, and the realistic result that you can expect.

How long is the recovery time for a fractional pico laser?

Compared to traditional laser treatments, side effects such as Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) from PICO Fractional Laser are significantly lower. Temporary redness, itching, dryness, swelling, and tingling are some of the common post-procedure effects. In most cases, the recovery is within a week or less.

Why choose Pico Fractional Laser?

  • Treats fine lines, hyperpigmentations, freckles, sun-damaged skin, uneven skin tone, dull skin, atrophic scars, hypertrophic scars, and striae alba (stretch marks).
  • It is FDA-approved.
  • Non-invasive, non-surgical, and gentler than heat-based lasers.
  • Emits fast and ultra-short pulses (450 picoseconds); creates photoacoustic effects while minimising surrounding skin damage.
  • Improves scar, skin tone, and texture.
  • Lower risks of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).
  • Safe for darker skin types.
  • Stimulates new collagen and elastin formation.
  • Shorter treatment time and faster recovery.
  • Can be combined with other skin aesthetics treatments to improve skin health.

Does Pico Fractional Laser hurt?

In general, patients may feel a tingling sensation during the treatment.

How many sessions will I need?

Generally, most patients may require 3 to 5 consecutive treatments. The number of sessions will depend on the extent of your skin condition and objective. Treatments are usually spaced 2 to 4 weeks apart, sometimes 8 weeks if you have a sensitive or darker skin complexion.


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