The QS laser is a traditional nanosecond laser platform that treats benign pigmented lesions (mainly epidermis pigments) and removes black and multi-color tattoos. It has 2 wavelengths and provides an alternative way to gently treat melasma and PIH.

It also promotes collagen regeneration and helps brighten skin tone and boost skin regeneration.


Our QS Laser is high end 2 nanosecond Q-Switch laser with fractional 1064 hand piece. It emits short pulses of laser energy targeting onto the pigmented lesions to progressively shatter the pigment. Pigments would break into tiny particles for the body to cycle out.

QS laser has its unique parallel laser mode which is the mildest way to fade away pigments and fractional hand piece creates a heating zone for skin rejuvenation.

Our clinicians will cover all post care requirements depending on what types of tattoo and pigmented legions being treated.

Retinol and other Vitamin A derivatives must be stopped 2 weeks after laser.

Apply soothing masks and post procedure skin repairing cream helps rebuilding skin barriers and prevents any complications and shortens recovery time. Apply physical sun creams post treatment.

Combination Treatments

QS Laser treatment has a variety of options in treating pigments and aging skin so it can be combined with Radio Frequency and ultrasound for skin anti-aging and rejuvenation.

The ideal candidate

The ideal candidates for QS laser treatment have skin concerns like spots and unwanted tattoo, discolored and aging skin. Rosacea, sensitive, active acne and onset hormone spots are not yet suitable for QS laser and we recommend treat problematic skin first then to treat with QS laser.

Authentic Treatment

We use the FDA/TGA cleared QS Laser and all laser consumables and hand pieces are authentic and operated by experienced CBC clinicians.

QS Laser discoloration & PIH

Fading melasma and PIH, improving discoloration.

QS Laser Freckle & Aging spots

Traditional pigmentation laser to remove epidermis pigments.


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