Action II Erbium Laser for Skin Resurfacing

A fractional technology that leads to a rapid healing process and minimal downtime.

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Lutronic has added a new laser to it’s armamentarium and it is called the Action II. There are several different applications for this laser which include: fractional laser resurfacing, the “Shining” laser peel and skin lesion ablations.

Erbium lasers are ablative lasers, they cause ablation of the tissue treated. This means that there will be vaporization of the treated skin. The Action II is a fractional laser, so only a “fraction” of the area treated will be ablated. Studies show that fractional lasers are safer and provide improved recovery times when compared to total (100%) ablative lasers. Comparing an erbium laser to a CO2 laser (which is also ablative), the erbium will have less coagulation of the tissue – less heat is transmitted to the surrounding tissues. The clinical result is that there is less crusting, less wound care, and faster healing with the erbium vs the CO2 laser.

Fractional Laser Resurfacing

The Action II uses a stamping handpiece that has approximately 15% coverage (15% of the skin is ablated) per pass. Depths are controlled by varying the energy as well as the pulse stacking. Typically patients will receive between 1-2 passes. The procedure takes about 30 minutes to complete. Only topical anesthetic is needed and patients are very comfortable throughout the procedure. Wound care which includes soaks and specialized creams is required for about 4 days. There is minimal to no crusting with this laser. More than one treatment might be needed to get optimal results.

  • Indications: Treating deep wrinkles, sun damaged skin, pigmentation, and laxity.

Shining Peel

This is a very superficial laser resurfacing with minimal depth and can be done without topical numbing creams. It takes about 15 minutes and is meant to have almost no downtime. It causes a rejuvenation of the skin.

  • Indications: Treat superficial wrinkles, minor pigmentation, enlarged pores.

Surgical Handpiece

This is a microfocused beam to treat very small skin lesions. No anesthetic is needed.

  • Indications: Treat sebaceous hyperplasia, seborrheic keratosis, actinic keratosis, benign nevus, skin tags, warts.

Additional Information

Additional Information

  • Safer and provides improved recovery.
  • Less crusting, less wound care, and faster healing.
  • Offers no need for topical anesthesia.
  • Minimizes risk for PIH.
  • Minimal downtime.
Treatment TypeFractional Laser Skin Resurfacing, Skin Resurfacing Treatments
Treatment Problem or ConditionAcne Scarring, Fine Lines, Large Pores, Melasma/Freckles, Scars, Stretch Marks, Wrinkles
Skin TypeAging Skin, Hyperpigmented & Sun-Damaged Skin, Sensitive Skin


This laser treatment has no downtime except redness and slight swelling on the day of the procedure. On the following day, one can return to work, though the skin will still be a little pink, but can be covered up easily with mineral makeup.




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