|Laser Type||Diode Laser Hair Removal|
|Skin Type||Normal Skin|
Laser hair removal is a popular cosmetic procedure that uses a laser to target and destroy hair follicles, resulting in long-term hair reduction. Here are some key specifications for laser hair removal:
Laser type: The most common laser types used for hair removal are alexandrite, diode, Nd:YAG, and IPL (intense pulsed light). Each laser type has different properties and is suited to different skin types and hair colors.
Wavelength: The laser's wavelength determines how deeply it penetrates the skin and targets the hair follicle. The wavelength should be carefully selected based on the patient's skin type and hair color to maximize effectiveness and minimize side effects.
Spot size: The spot size of the laser determines how much area can be treated in one pulse. Larger spot sizes can cover more area but may be less precise. Smaller spot sizes are more precise but may take longer to treat larger areas.
Pulse duration: The duration of the laser pulse can be adjusted to target different parts of the hair follicle. Shorter pulse durations target the hair shaft, while longer pulse durations target the follicle itself.
Cooling system: Laser hair removal can be uncomfortable or even painful, so a cooling system is typically used to protect the skin and make the treatment more comfortable. Common cooling systems include cold air, contact cooling, and cryogen spray.
Number of treatments: Laser hair removal requires multiple treatments spaced several weeks apart to achieve long-term hair reduction. The number of treatments needed depends on the patient's skin type, hair color, and the area being treated.
Safety features: Laser hair removal can cause side effects such as skin irritation, burns, and pigmentation changes. Therefore, safety features such as skin cooling, monitoring of skin temperature, and multiple safety checks should be incorporated into the laser system to minimize the risk of injury.
Qualifications of operator: Laser hair removal should only be performed by trained and qualified professionals with experience in the procedure. The operator should have a thorough understanding of the laser system and its settings, as well as proper techniques for skin preparation and aftercare.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Laser Type||Diode Laser|