Dasiy's The Diode Laser treatments

Diode Laser Hair Removal - A Must Read Information, you might have heard of diode laser hair removal. This article explains what is diode laser hair removal, the good and the bad things about it.

What Actually Is This Diode Thing?

The diode laser is an extremely proficient machine made up of tiny diodes or semiconductors. They are assembled together to produce light.

The diode laser has a longer wavelength than the Alexandrite and Ruby lasers. (Ruby laser is a red-colored beam of light used to strike the dark melanin, which is a biological pigment, present in the hair follicles.) Hence, diode is able to penetrate deeper into the skin, allowing treatment on dark-skinned people, unlike the other two lasers.

Yet, the diode doesn't promise desired results for the dark-skinned people. However, for people with dark, coarse hair, diode laser hair removal is a boon. And it is particularly effective over large areas of the body such as back and chest. So, all you men out there, if you want to get rid of the ugly hair on your chest and back, diode laser hair removal is for you.

The Good Things about Diode Laser Hair Removal

o It has a longer wavelength that has the potential to provide better results to dark-skinned people.

o The longer wavelength provides deeper and safer penetration into the skin.

o People with black and brown hair are the most benefited.

o Lets larger areas of the body recover faster.

The Bad Things about Diode Laser Hair Removal

o People with white or light hair won't get any benefit.

o Although it has a potential for dark-skinned people, they should not have higher expectations yet.

o You may get burns, scars, discoloration of the skin, swelling, and redness as side effects. (This usually happens when the doctor is not qualified).

In addition to this, the long-lasting success as well as the side effects of this technique differs with the person in question.

So, if you are planning to go for diode laser hair removal, select a qualified doctor. Don't be in a hurry while choosing the doctor. Browse the internet for reviews on this new technique. Talk to people who have undergone this treatment. It is fast gaining popularity, so you can easily find someone in your vicinity who has had a laser experience.

Someone has truly said, "Beauty is skin deep!"


1.How does the Diode Laser system remove hair?
This diode laser targets the pigment located in the hair follicle and shaft. The light is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle and this energy is converted to heat which results in damage to the hair follicle. This damage causes delayed re-growth of hair and, in most cases, permanent destruction of many of the hair follicles. Unlike electrolysis, which disables one hair follicle at a time, the laser reaches and treats hundreds of follicles at a time.

2.Is it safe and fast?
The laser is pulsed, or "turned on", for only a fraction of a second and the duration of each pulse is just long enough to disable the hair follicles. the actively cooled sapphire hand piece was designed to protect the skin by actively cooling it before, during and after the laser light is transmitted. It also actively draws off heat from the skin surface, which further protects the skin from injury.

On the other way, The squared big spot size can prompt the treatment speed.
Terminator use 12mm squared big spot size. It makes sure that when do large area hair removal and prompt, treatment speed and efficiency. Because of big spot size, it can escape from repeated treatment for hair area.

Diode laser hair removal HR-808 System, use special laser with long Pulse-Width 808nm, can penetrate to hair.
follicle .Using selective light absorption theory, laser can be preferentially absorbed by the melanin of the hair,and then heating the hair shaft and hair follicle, moreover to destroy the hair follicle and oxygen organization around hair follicle. When laser outputs, system with special cooling technology, cool the skin and protect skin from being hurt and reach a very safe and comfortable treatment!

3.Does it hurt?
The cooling tip has a mild anesthetic property, which allows tender areas to be treated in a relatively painless fashion. You will feel a tingling or stinging sensation during the treatment, but most people tolerate the procedure well. Topical anesthetic is available to increase your comfort, if you choose. Following your treatment, you may experience a sunburn-type sensation in the treated area for several hours.

4.Who performs the treatments?
Our laser treatments are performed by technicians who are trained and certified in all aspects of Laser Hair Removal. Since we have done over 250,000 aesthetic treatments nationwide, Daisy's beauty salon staff is highly experienced. We specialize in Diode Laser Hair Removal and Skin Renewal... and are committed to the industry.

5.How many treatments will I need?
We recommends six treatments. In fact, it is not uncommon for a person to need seven or more. There are a variety of factors that can influence the total number of treatments any individual may require to achieve the desired results. To ensure maximum results, we offer our unique Written Service Guarantees. During your consultation, we will discuss which of our Service Guarantees best fits your needs.

6.Tell me about the Guarantee?
It states that if you require additional treatments beyond your 6th session, we will treat you at no additional charge. This way, you know up front what your total cost will be, regardless of the number of treatments that you may need. During your consultation, we will discuss the Guarantee options further so you can decide what's right for you.

7.What will I look like / how red will I be after the treatment?
Post treatment reactions vary depending on the coarseness, density and color of the hair and the area being treated. In general terms, most patients experience redness similar to a mild sunburn. I have dark skin / I tan – can I be treated? That depends. The melanin content in your skin is one of the factors that must be considered when determining whether or not you are a good candidate for Diode Laser Hair Removal. When you come in for your consultation, we'll examine the areas you want treated, determine your Fitzpatrick skin type and discuss your desired results.

8.What about blonde / red / gray hair?
The diode laser energy is attracted to the melanin in your hair. The greater the amount of melanin, the better the results. White or gray hair does not contain any melanin and, therefore, does not respond to treatments. However, some hair that many would call blonde or red actually does contain enough melanin to be treatable. That's precisely why we offer a complimentary consultation, so we can evaluate your hair and skin type and discuss your options.

9.Do I need to grow the hair out before my consultation / treatment?
No, in fact we ask that you do shave the area you want treated. We're actually targeting the anatomical structures below the skin. Surface hair interferes with this process.

10.Do I have to stop bleaching / tweezing / using depilatories, etc?
It's best, but not entirely necessary. After your first treatment, you will experience a no-growth period in the treated area and will find that it will not be necessary to bleach, tweeze, etc.

11.How far apart are the treatments spaced?
Typically, our treatments are spaced from 7 weeks to 16 weeks, depending on the area of the body that is treated. Having performed well over 10years treatments nationwide, we have determined these intervals to ensure optimum results. In fact, as an industry leader, many other providers are now imitating our recommended intervals.

12.How long before I see results?
You will see some results immediately. It takes a week or two for all of the hair in the treated area to fall out. After that, you will experience several weeks of no growth in the treated area. So you're actually receiving immediate gratification while you are moving toward your long-term goal.

13.I am pregnant / planning on becoming pregnant. Can I still be treated?
That depends. Pregnancy restricts the use of topical anesthetics and may present some other challenges. While there is no evidence to suggest that pregnant women cannot be treated safely, it is our policy not to treat without written permission of the patient's physician. When you come for your consultation, we can discuss the particulars of what you would like to have done and review your options.

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