Achieving optimal results means understanding that every patient is different. This is why developing five unique hair removal treatment modes, enables a more precise, effective and comfortable treatment for every patient at each stage of the treatment.
Better Results. Faster.
808NM Diode Laser - The ultimate hair removal solution for all skin types, delivering outstanding results at unmatched comfort.
ND 1064NM Pure Diode - A powerful solution for facial and leg vascular lesions, offering better results with fewer treatments.
IPL Ultra Short Pulse - Equipped with the highest pulse density, you can now deliver better results across a wider range of treatments.
The Magma Laser is the first of it's kind and delivers a variety of treatment options - Hair removal, Acne vulgaris, Skin rejuvination, Rosacea, Renissance Laser, Vein treatments, Sun and brown spots and nail fungus.
The appearance of sun damage and age spots are induced by the natural aging process, sun exposure, or hormonal changes. The brownish-pigmented spots result from increased deposition of melanin induced by these factors.
Formatk’s IPL technology for skin pigmentation treatments targets melanin in the darkened areas and reveals unblemished skin. The energy delivered causes the pigmented lesions to disappear through your body’s natural healing process, resulting in clearer and healthier looking skin.
By using Formatk’s Ultra Short Pulse IPL technology, practitioners are able to achieve better results in fewer sessions and with minimal discomfort.
Reduce a wide range of vein disorders in just a couple of non-invasive treatments.
Formatk’s technology offers a safe and effective approach for minimizing facial and leg veins without surgery and with zero down time. Treatment of facial and leg telangiectasis can be performed using a variety of non-invasive and safe technologies produced by Formatk, including Nd Pure Diode 1064nm Laser, 3D IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) technologies.
Effective treatment of facial and leg telangiectasis is achieved by targeting the oxyhemoglobin chromophore located in the red blood cells and collapsing the endothelial layer through diffusion of heat, leading to the destruction of the vascular lesion (photo-sclerosis-coagulation effect).