Hoya ConBio Lasers for Sale

The Hoya ConBio line of products have a fantastic reputation in the aesthetic medical procedure industry. Hence, we are pleased to offer a number of the manufacturer's models for sale. We invite you to peruse our current inventory of Hoya ConBio systems for sale. If you are interested in a specific Hoya ConBio model, including one not listed in our inventory or described below, please contact us directly so that we can best assist you.

Hoya ConBio RevLite

Tattoo removal and PhotoAcoustic skin rejuvenation treatments are becoming increasingly popular in recent years, so having a system that can quickly turnover a large number of clients is a must. The Hoya ConBio RevLite fills this niche nicely. The RevLite has been considered by many to be a respected, reliable workhorse in the cosmetic procedure industry. It features up to four wavelengths: 532 nm, 585 nm, 650 nm, and 1064nm, giving it a broad range of applications. This breadth of usefulness makes it a requisite system for any small or expanding dermatology practice or spa clinic.

Its quad-wavelength RevLite laser system can be used for treatments including tattoo removal, and the reduction of wrinkles, acne scars, pigment spots, and vascular lesions. Its Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser tech makes it capable of removing the full spectrum of available tattoo inks, while many competing systems struggle with particularly dark colors, such as green, blue and purple. With an adjustable spot size of up to 8.5 mm, many treatments can be performed much more quickly than with other systems, without reducing the efficacy or comfort of sessions.

The Hoya RevLite's PhotoAcoustic Technology Pulse (PTP) system to deliver peak energy output at extremely narrow pulse widths. This feature, in concert with an adjustable spot size of up to 8.5 mm, means that many treatments can be performed much more quickly than with other systems, without reducing the efficacy of treatment or the comfort of patients.

Hoya ConBio RevLite has a number of expansion handpieces that greatly expand the number of treatments for which the RevLite can be used.

Hoya makes skin rejuvenation and tattoo removal treatments almost infinitely tailorable, thanks to the RevLite Smart Infinite handpiece.  The spot size produced with the SI can be adjusted in 0.1 mm increments, with a range of 1.2 to 6 mm in the 532 nm wavelength, and 1.8 mm to 8.5 mm in the 1064 nm wavelength. The Smart Infinite earns its name by automatically adjusting the laser when spot size is changed to produce optimal effects, eliminating the need to spend time making manual adjustments each time the spot setting is changed. This also greatly minimizes the potential for user error.

The 532Lite handpiece can produce spot sizes ranging from 1.2 to 3 mm in diameter, perfect for treating pigmented lesions and removing tattoos on clients with darker tones of skin--such as those of Asian, Hispanic, or African descent--that are otherwise notoriously difficult to treat.

The optional High Repetition Rate MultiLite Dye handpiece adds two more wavelengths to the RevLite's repertoire, making it even easier to completely remove difficult to remove colors of tattoo ink.

Hoya ConBio MedLite C6

The ConBio C6 has become something of a classic in the cosmetic treatment industry, as it has been continually sold for more than 20 years as an effective means of removing almost all colors of tattoo ink currently in use. The word "workhorse" gets thrown around a lot, but the MedLite C6 system definitely fits the bill. Now sold by Cynosure, the Hoy ConBio C6 uses PhotoAcoustic technology to break down stubborn tattoo ink molecules. This same technology--and the broad range of wavelengths which it uses--also makes it effective for a number of other skin treatments:

  • Reduction of acne scars
  • Revivification of sun-damaged skin
  • Minimization of wrinkles
  • Removal of pigmented skin lesions
  • Producing more consistent, even skin tone
  • Skin resurfacing
  • Body and facial hair removal
  • Shrinking unsightly spider veins

Many clinics don't have a means of treating tattoos that incorporate difficult-to-eliminate blue and green tattoos. As a result, many practices that have acquired one or more MedLite systems have established lucrative referral relationships with these practices. This has made the MedLite C6 the anchor of many businesses, and occasionally results in demand that outstrips the relatively small supply of these machines.

The available laser wavelengths and the colors of tattoo they can be used to treat currently include:

  • 1064 nm: Dark colors of all types of inks
  • 650 nm: Colors falling in the green spectrum
  • 585 nm: Light blues, including sky blue
  • 532 nm: Reds, oranges, and a range of browns

The Hoya ConBio MedLite C6 should be of particular interest to practitioners whose clientele are largely made up of women of Asian, Hispanic, or Caribbean descent.  This is because these populations are at particularly high risk of developing melasma, especially when pregnant or taking hormonal contraceptives. Melasma manifests as patches of dark, discolored skin, usually on areas of the face. The properties of the MedLite C6bmake it ideal for treating melasma spots on the common skin types of these populations. It's believed that 5 to 6 million American women are affected by melasma, representing a large potential market for businesses who wish to cater to their needs by incorporating the MedLite C6 into their stable of treatment systems.