PicoWay® – The Complete Picosecond Platform

PicoWay is a remarkably innovative 3 wavelength picosecond laser with both non-fractional & fractional capabilities from Syneron Candela, the most trusted name in aesthetic lasers.

PicoWay’s unique mode of action is based on delivering ultra-short picosecond pulses of energy to the tissue. These bursts of energy create a photoacoustic impact which breaks up the pigmentation into smaller, more easily eliminated particles.


Now with 3 wavelengths

532nm, 785nm & 1064nm picosecond laser


With the non-fractional modality, treat a wide range of tattoos and pigmented lesions

3 wavelengths to treat a variety of pigmented lesions and all tattoo colors & types

Resolve™ dual wavelength picosecond fractional module

Treats pigmentation, skin irregularities and signs of aging


High peak power

Delivers energy over a broad range of spot sizes


Ultra-short picosecond pulses

Allows effective treatment with minimal risk of side effects


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Effect of pulse duration on treatment efficacy - The PicoWay Mechanism of Action

The PicoWay from Syneron-Candela is a picosecond pulse solid-state laser system intended to treat skin conditions with high pulse energy and extremely short duration in the range of 300-500 picoseconds (ps). The device is capable of operation at 1064 nm and 532 nm wavelengths.

Resolve Fractional Picosecond Mechanism of Action

Mechanisms of Action of Fractionated 532nm and 1064nm Picosecond Laser for Skin Rejuvenation. 

ResolveTM uses holographic diffractive beam-splitter technology to create a two dimensional array of LIOBs (Laser Induced Optical Breakdown). The LIOBs can be focused in the epidermis, using the 532nm wavelength, or in the upper papillary dermis, using the 1064nm wavelength.

* Declaration: Our company is formally authorised by Picoway. Official website: https://syneron-candela.com/au/technology/picosecond-technology