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The system emits near-infared laser light that is absorbed by the pigment located in the hair follicle. The laser is pulsed, or turned on, for only a fraction of a second. The duration of each pulse is just long enough to damage the follicle, while the system's unique, patented contact-cooling hand piece, the ChillTip, helps protect the skin by conductive cooling during the laser energy delivery.
The LightSheer Diode Laser System was designed from the ground up for laser hair removal, so it has the wavelength, fluence, pulse width, active epidermal cooling system-the ChillTip ideally suited for laser hair removal. The LightSheer Diode System has 3 advantages over other methods, comfort, speed and accuracy
It is difficult to predict individual responses as many factors are involved: the thickness of the hairs, different body sites, hormonal differences, how black the hairs are and how strong a laser light can be tolerated.
In general, the hair free intervals gradually lengthen and regrowth gets sparser and finer.
No treatment to remove unwanted hair is completely painless. Clients who have undergone repeated waxing or hours of electrolysis can attest to the pain caused by commonly used methods of epilation. The LightSheer Diode System is fast, which reduces treatment time. It provides long-lasting hair removal, reducing the need for repeated treatment. The ChillTip cooling lens helps reduce comfort while protecting skin surface from thermal injury during delivery of the pulse of the laser light.
Because the laser affects hair follicles only when they are in the growth phase, more than one treatment may be necessary to disable hair follicles that subsequently enter the growth phase. During your consultation, you will be advised as to the approximate number of treatments. On average, most patients will require a series of treatments (6-8) over a 6-12 months period of time. Most patients, however, do begin noticing hair reduction during the treatments and some may not need all of the treatments provided in a series.
As with any laser or light based treatment, adverse events can occur, even in skilled hands. But one should make sure the skill level of the laser therapist is up to the challenge of providing hair removal care to you, the patient. This is by far the most important issue when it comes to laser hair removal - the skill level of the provider.
As with any laser treatment, adverse events can occur. Treatment site redness and some swelling right where the laser was used is a common and, in fact, an expected adverse event from laser hair removal. This will only last a short time - but it helps assure us that the light energy will be transferred to the appropriate skin cells. Blister and burn reaction are quite rare as well as hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation.
Each pulse of laser energy will treat a square area of skin approximately ? inch (9mm). For this reason the amount of time required depends on the size of the area requiring treatment. For example the upper lip and bikini line may require only 5 to 15 minutes of treatment, while a longer period of time will be required to treat the back or legs.