Laser Hair Removal
Lasers provide varying levels of energy, speed, coverage area, and depth to remove unwanted hair across various skin types and hair colors. Yet, some lasers are far more effective for hair removal than others. Newer laser hair removal devices provide more people the best possible experience and results.
Our Technologies for Laser Hair Removal Are Best in Class
Laser hair removal is one of the most popular cosmetic laser procedures in the U.S. Professional laser hair removal machines beam highly-concentrated rays of light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light, which then destroys the hair cells.
Differences in energy intensity and speed, as well as additional features that are added to improve comfort, can all impact your experience. These differences also affect the ability to treat certain skin and hair types and the total number of treatment sessions an individual will need.
This tool continues the legacy of a true breakthrough in laser hair removal.
The most efficacious wavelength for hair removal has historically been the Alexandrite wavelength. However, the risk it poses to darker skin types has kept this laser hair removal technology from being the universal choice. The Motus generational series (AX, AY, AZ and AZ+) by DEKA was the first, high-speed Alexandrite laser that made it possible for light AND dark skin tones to benefit from the effectiveness of this laser wavelength.
With its innovative contact cooling system, the Motus AZ+’s moveo technology delivers a fast, uniform, and, most importantly, painless hair removal experience for patients. In addition, repeated passages and low power pulses help to prevent any side effects and safety concerns. Given the power of the wavelength, individuals could see desired long-term results in fewer sessions.
EVO & Discovery Pico Series
The EVO & Discovery Pico Series lasers by Quanta System Aesthetic Division are also able to perform hair reduction on a broad range of skin types and hair colors. The laser hair removal treatments with the EVO are quicker, due to the ultra-fast start-up times and wide laser-beam sizes. Plus, the hand pieces are specifically designed to deliver even and highly-precise energy emission.
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