Sasayuri Health Clinic

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About Pico Laser Enlighton SR

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I want to remove a tattoo

I want to remove permanent makeup

Dull skin or pigmentation

Stains and freckles are noticeable

What is Pico Laser (Enlighton SR)?

Traditionally, Q-switched lasers have been the mainstream used for tattoo removal and bruise treatment. Q-switched laser irradiates for an extremely short time of nanoseconds, and for machine-carved tattoos, it has been used to treat 7 to 15 times. More difficult hand-carved tattoos and birthmarks located deep within the skin often require more time and treatment.

Pico Laser Enlighton SR can remove tattoos and permanent makeup more beautifully and in a shorter period of time than conventional lasers.

At Sasayuri Health Clinic, we use Cutera’s enLIGHTen pico laser, which has been approved by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, for treatment. Among the Pico Lasers, we use the latest version of the Pico Laser Enlighton SR.

The pico in a pico laser is a unit of length, similar to the nano in a Q-switched laser. The shorter the laser irradiation time, the more pigment can be destroyed without causing thermal degeneration of the skin. After repeated research to shorten the irradiation time, a laser that can irradiate in picoseconds, which is shorter than nanoseconds, was finally developed. That is Pico Laser Enlighton SR.

Skin damage caused by heat can be minimized

It can irradiate in an incredibly short time compared to conventional laser equipment! Pico lasers can irradiate in (1/1 trillionth) seconds compared to nanoseconds (1/1 billion) seconds, making it possible to crush melanin with shock waves without causing any stress on the skin due to heat. !

*The laser emitted by Pico Laser Entline SR is only a moment of 750ps (picoseconds).

About fees

Pico Laser Enline SR

Pico spot (local spot treatment)

1cm² ¥22,000 (tax included)
Additional 1cm² ¥19,800 (tax included)

Pico toning (spots, melasma, freckles, dullness) whole face

First trial ¥11,000 (tax included)
1 session ¥30,800 (tax included)
5 sessions ¥123,200 (tax included)

10 sessions ¥202,200 (tax included)

Pico fractional (stains, pores, firmness, shine, acne scars) whole face

First trial ¥28,310 (tax included)
1 session ¥41,800 (tax included)
3 sessions ¥108,900 (tax included)
5 sessions ¥163,900 (tax included)
10 sessions ¥308,000 (tax included)

Pico fractional cheek nose

1 time ¥33,000 (tax included)



What is the pain like during the procedure?


There is a pain similar to crackling oil that is characteristic of lasers.
If you can't bear it, anesthesia (for a fee) is also available.


Do I need tape protection after laser?


Small areas do not require tape protection, but larger areas should be protected with ointment and gauze.
It is best to avoid UV rays as much as possible, so if you protect even a small area, you will get a more beautiful finish.


When is it okay to take a bath or shower?


It is okay to take a shower from the day of your appointment.
Avoid soaking in the bathtub while you experience the stinging pain (2 to 3 days).


Is there anything I need to be careful about after laser treatment?


There are no major problems with daily life.
Make sure to apply sunscreen to areas exposed to UV rays.


Is a medical examination necessary after the treatment?


Nothing in particular. Please contact us if you have any concerns.


How often should treatments be done?


Irradiation can be done at intervals of 2 to 3 months.


Will it disappear in one go?


There are individual differences in the case of stains, but they will disappear in one or two treatments.
It may take 6 to 10 times for tattoos and birthmarks, and 3 to 6 times or more for permanent makeup.


I feel like the stains are darker than before the treatment...?


After treatment, the color may temporarily become darker due to secondary pigmentation, but don't worry, it will fade over time.


I feel like the area of ​​the stain has gotten bigger after irradiation, is that okay?


It also reacts with the pigment in the gradation-like area where the stain originally existed, so it may seem like it has gotten bigger, but the pigment will gradually fade overall. Please rest assured.


●Those who are pregnant, may become pregnant, are breastfeeding, have photosensitivity, are using drugs that increase photosensitivity, have just been exposed to excessive sunburn, or have severe inflammation or scars. However, those with true keloids cannot receive the treatment.

●People with atopic dermatitis, autoimmune diseases, epilepsy, inflammatory acne, or those who are injected with prosthetics such as Aquamid may not be able to undergo the treatment.

●Picospot/fractional treatments cannot be performed on areas with melasma, but toning is possible. When massaging your face, avoid the affected area.

●Please avoid sauna or half-body bath on the day of treatment.