Permanent Hair Removal 808nm Diode Laser
Diode laser hair removal technology is based on the selective
dynamics of light and heat.The laser goes through the skin surface
to reach the root of hair follicles; light can be absorbed and
converted into heat damaged hair follicle tissue, so that hair loss
regeneration without injury surrounding tissue. Slight pain, easy
operation. When the temperature raises high enough to irreversibly
damage the hair follicle structure, which disappear after a period
of natural physiological processes of hair follicles and thus
achieve the purpose of permanent hair removal.
1. Fast cooling, fast water cycle, macro channel rapid cooling
2. Instrument self-protection system, automatic tripping in standby
for 30 seconds
3. Large spot large area hair removal, time-saving and effective
4. Long life, the handle is not easy to burn, after-sales failure
rate is low
|Type of laser||808nm diode laser|
|Screen||10.4 inch touched color screen|
|Function||permanent diode laser painless hair removal|
FAQ about diode laser hair reduction system
1. What is Laser Hair Removal?
Laser hair removal is a procedure which removes hair from the body
utilizing an intense burst of light that is absorbed by the hair
2.The treatment is performed by a specially-trained laser
specialist by pointing the laser device at shaved skin. Laser heat
disables follicles from producing hair.
3.Is Laser Hair Removal Right For You?
The ideal candidate for this procedure has hair that is darker than
his/her skin color. Here, we utilize the Razorlase 808nm Diode
Laser, which is the latest technology available for hair removal
and is FDA approved to treat all skin types, including dark and
The laser emits a timed pulse of laser energy passing through the
skin and absorbed by the melanin in the hair follicle. It is then
converted to heat energy, which is designed to destroy the hair
follicle so it cannot grow back.
4.Should I shave before a treatment?
Shaving the day before or just prior to the treatment is necessary
and you may shave again twenty-four hours after treatment unless
your provider tells you otherwise.