Noninvasive treatment in which laser light targets unwanted hair and inhibits its ability to grow back
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With diode laser technology, lower wavelengths lead to higher energy absorption of the melanin chromophore, which is only safe and effective for light skin types. Higher wavelengths, while safe for darker skin types as well, are not as effective due to lower energy absorption. With a wave length of 800 nm, the hair removal provides optimal balance between high energy absorption of melanin chromophores and deep penetration into the skin, making it safe and effective for all skin types, including tanned skin. The high energy density of up to 100 J/cm ² and high peak power of 2400 watts further makes this technology a highly efficient hair removal system.
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About Erased Laser Tattoo Removal
The staff at Erased Laser Tattoo Removal performs a singular service: helping remove, partially remove, or fade unwanted ink from clients' bodies. At free consultations, staffers—many with tattoos or experience on the receiving end of laser treatments—walk patients through the procedure and answer any lingering questions. During the 10- to 15-minute sessions, the NaturaLase QS 2J, a Q-switched laser, sends pulses of light into tattoo pigment, which it breaks into smaller particles for later removal by the immune system. To ease pain, the Zimmer Cryo Chiller blasts the skin before, during, and after the procedure with air turned down to -30 degrees. The laser rarely leaves scars in its wake, and personnel provide guests with specific aftercare instructions to ensure none occur. Most professional tattoos require 5 to 10 treatments spaced six to eight weeks apart; homemade tattoos often require fewer and tattoos drawn in Magic Markers require none.