Alma Harmony offers powerful treatment solutions for seven major indications. Harmony XL PRO is
designed as a platform that can be customized to fit the needs of your practice. With one device you are able
to provide the most sought-after laser and light-based treatments.
New Revenue Streams with Exclusive Technology
Formerly known as Pixel Q-Switch, is a virtually painless, non-ablative approach to laser skin resurfacing. Using 1064 Q-Switched laser technology, patients are enjoying fast, comfortable treatments with visible results and no downtime. Because ClearLift heats deep beneath the skin (up to 3mm in depth) no numbing is required prior to treatment and all skin healing happens without damaging the outer layer of skin.
ClearLift’s innovative tip is a fractional nano laser with a pico-like effect. This helps practitioners maintain the proper level of penetration based on skin type and target area throughout the skin resurfacing treatment. The controlled, pixilated wound delivered at the proper depth helps providers give patients optimal results on most areas of the body, in particular the face, neck and decollete.
With a wavelength range of 780-950 nm, Speed AFT puts tremendous capabilities into your hands. Using the large 6.4 cm spot size, providers are able to perform more treatment sessions in less time. Larger body areas may be treated faster without sacrificing efficacy.
Speed AFT further helps providers rise above their competition with enhanced contact cooling, making sure your patients enjoy a comfortable treatment that they’ll tell their friends and family about.
* Permanent reduction in hair regrowth defined as a long term, stable reduction in the number of hairs re-growing when measured at 6, 9 and 12 months after the completion of a treatment regime.
65+ FDA-Cleared Indications
Atrophic acne scars
Angiomas and spider angiomas
Debulking benign tumors
Deep and superficial telangiectasias
Elevating and/or maintaining tissue temperature
Erythema of rosacea
Facial, truncal and leg telangiectasias
Fine lines and wrinkles
Hair removal on all skin types, including tanned skin
Increased blood flow, relaxationof muscle and relief of pain
Lentigines (senile and solar)
Leukoderma, including vitiligo
Nevus of Ota
Permanent hair reduction
Poikiloderma of Civatte
Port wine stains
Reduction in red pigmentation in hypertrophic and keloid scars
Superficial skin lesions
Surgical incision/excision, vaporization,
ablation and coagulation of soft tissue
Tattoo removal: black, blue, green
Tattoo removal: light blue, yellow, red
High-Speed iRoller for Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing.
UV 300-380 for psoriasis and restoration of lost pigment.
Advanced Fluoresence (AFT) multiple pulsed light modules including 420, 515, 540, 570 and 650 wavelengths for the treatment of acne, vascular and pigmented lesions, port wine stains, rosacea, angiomas, spider angiomas and more. Now available with integrated contact cooling.
Alex 755 for permanent reduction in hair regrowth and aesthetic laser treatment of benign pigmented lesions.
Dye VL for vascular lesions including port wine stains, hemangiomas, rosacea, erythema of rosacea, angiomas and venous malformations.cooling.
High Power Q-Switched 1064/532nm for dark colored tattoo removal and dermal pigmented lesions and Frequency Doubled Nd:YAG for lighter colored tattoo treatment and nonablative fractionated resurfacing. This module’s 1064 wavelength is also cleared for use on patients with onychomycosis.
Near Infrared for deep dermal heating.
Q-Switched Nd:YAG for dark colored tattoo removal and dermal pigmented lesions and Frequency Doubled Nd:YAG for lighter colored tattoo treatment and non-ablative fractionated resurfacing. This module’s 1064 wavelength is also cleared for use on patients with onychomycosis.
Pixel Pro 2940nm
Pixel Pro 2940 nm for fractionated ablative skin resurfacing of aged skin.
Long Pulse 1320
Long Pulse 1320 Nd:YAG for the nonablative treatment of facial wrinkles.
Cooled Long Pulsed
Cooled Long Pulsed Nd:YAG 1064nm for leg veins, fine lines and other vascular lesions as well as for use on patients with onychomycosis.
LED handpiece for temporary relief of muscle aches and pains and general pain relief.
Long pulsed 1064 Nd:YAG for leg veins and other vascular lesions.
SHR Handpiece for delivery of virtually pain-free hair removal.
ClearLift 4D allows providers to maintain the
height you want for the treatment depending on
the skin type or area being treated.
For the face, neck and decollete, variable tip
depths can also be used for combination of work
on the same area for optimal results.
Meet Our Experts
Autumn Starnes, MD
Dermatologist, Norton, VA
“I replaced two devices with the Harmony XL PRO. We gained six new therapies our patients were asking for. My practice could not be served better.”
Michael H. Gold, MD,
Medical Director, Gold Skin Care Center, Nashville, TN
“Alma, as the first Q-Switched laser, is highly effective for treating various degrees and depths resulting in lighter and unblemished skin.”
Ilan Karavani, MD
Dermatologist and Cosmetic Surgeon, Antwerp, Belgium
“I like that the Harmony® includes both the visible and non-visible wavelengths. Using AFT, I notice an improvement in color as well as with tone and texture. The Harmony system provides, by far, the widest range of applications. Changing from one handpiece to another is very easy. It takes approximately 30 seconds. The system is also cost effective.”
Randolph Capri, MD
Dermatologist, Westlake Village, CA
“AFT is a slightly different technology than intense pulsed light (IPL). AFT is more of a flat wave instead of a spiked wave. Subsequently, the likelihood of adverse side effects, which can occur with other pulsed light systems, is reduced.”
T. Joseph Raoof, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine,
University of Southern California
“The problem with IPL technology is that it had not been upgraded since it began about ten years ago. AFT is a new technology that controls how deep the fluorescent light penetrates the skin. AFT is also more selective when treating hair. Other IPL systems may cause burning of the subcutaneous tissue.”
Madeline Krauss, MD
Dermatologist, Wellesley, MA
“I used to tell my IPL patients that they required a minimum of five sessions. But
now, with the Harmony system, I tell them they need three to five sessions, generally four weeks apart. Particularly with pigmented lesions on the hands, face and chest, you can achieve 80% to 90% clearance with three sessions. Patients love it. There is not one patient who prefers my older IPL system. The new system is also extremely economical.”
The safety and efficacy of Harmony XL Pro technology has been
clinically tested and proven for years.
A snapshot of clinical documentation is provided below.
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“Treatment with 420 nm intense pulsed light led to marked improvement after 6 biweekly treatments. A 420-nm intense pulsed light may exert its beneficial effects on inflammatory acne by reducing the levels of P. acnes and secondarily reducing inflammation induced by the bacteria.”
X. Fan, et al (2012) Effects of 420-nm intense pulsed light in an acne animal model. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
“IPL ca improve facial erythema by effectively ablating abnormal dilation vessels and reducing extravascular leakage of inflammatory mediators.”
Liu, J. et al (2014) Comparative efficacy of intense pulsed light for different erythema associated with rosacea. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy
“Schamberg’s disease is a pigmented purpuric dermatosis that is generally asymptomatic, however, patients with Schamberg’s disease often seek treatment for aesthetic improvement. Many topical and systemic therapies have been tried without consistent results. This case series describes the treatment of five patients with Schamberg’s disease of the lower extremities using Advanced Fluorescence Technology (AFT) pulsed light with favorable results.”
Weiss, E. et al (2012) Treatment of Schamberg’s Disease with Advanced Fluorescence Technology. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology
“Our data collectively demonstrate the potential to achieve removal of vascular lesions using a 500- 600 nm range. Additionally, the narrowband IPL was tuned to optimize a specific wavelength range that can be used to treat PWS, whereas the PDL can only operate at one discrete wavelength.”
Moy, W.J. et al, (2015) Targeted Narrowband Intense Pulsed Light on Cutaneous Vasculature. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine
“The Dye-VL pulsed light treatments yielded results that were comparable to dual band technology. However, single band pulsed light treatments could be more selective and safer due to the use of lower fluences, the study determined.”
Goldberg, D. (2015) Dye-VL Delivers Advanced Solution to Skin Problems. THE Aesthetic Guide
“The…technology operates in the near infrared (780-1000nm) wavelength range which allows both deep penetration and effective subdermal heating without the need for aggressive cooling.”
Karavani, I. (2006) Near Infrared Pulsed Light
“Fractional resurfacing with Er:YAG laser in only one treatment session can achieve effective skin
rejuvenation, with effects on both the epidermis and dermis.”
Trellis, M. A. et al (2008) Results of fractional ablative facial skin resurfacing with the erbium:yttrium-aluminium-garnet laser 1 week and 2 months after one single treatment in 30 patients. Lasers in Medical Science
“Our present results show that laser/sclerotherapy treatments of feeder veins can be effective when different pulse duration and higher fluence are applied, since the veins are adequately located.”
Miyakie, R.K. et al (2006) The Harmony Laser 1064 nm for Telangiectasia’s Feeder Vein Treatment Guided by the Veinviewer™. Presented at AAD 2006 & ASLMS 2006.
“The Q-switched 1064-nm laser and the pulsed Nd:YAG 1064-nm modules are a safe and effective
modality for the treatment of onychomicosis.”
Shohat, M.; Goldber, N. E. (2012) QSW Nd:YAG 1,064-nm & Pulsed Nd:YAG 1,064- nm Lasers for the Treatment of Nail Fungus.