The LIGHTSHEER DUET Laser system uses diode lasers with vacuum-assist technology. Permanently removing unwanted hair is safer and easier than ever. We offer permanent laser hair removal treatments and packages to suit your needs. Typically 8 treatments will deliver results. Hair growth is noticeably reduced after each treatment. The number of treatments required for permanent hair reduction varies depending on the area of the body being treated, the color of the hair, and the skin tone.
The LIGHTSHEER DUET treatment is proven to work on all skin tones. The treatment is safe, fast, and relatively painless. Safety and comfort are ensured during the hair removal process. There is no recovery time, and most clients return to their usual activities immediately following treatment.
The LIGHTSHEER DUET, with its dramatically increased spot size of 22 mm x 35 mm combined with an innovative vacuum-assist technology enables you to have larger areas treated, such as backs and legs, virtually painlessly in a very short time (about 15-20 minutes) without topical anesthetics and treatment gels. High Speed LIGHTSHEER DUET reduces treatment times up to 75%.
Male Body Areas
Female Body Areas
Laser hair removal was performed experimentally for about 20 years before it became commercially available in the mid 1990s. One of the first published articles describing laser hair removal was authored by the group at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1998. The efficacy of laser hair removal is now generally accepted in the dermatology community, and laser hair removal is widely practiced in clinics, and even in homes using devices designed and priced for consumer self-treatment. Many reviews of laser hair removal methods, safety, and efficacy have been published in the dermatology literature
Diode laser is a chip (or bar) of semiconductor material that emits laser light when an electric current is passed through it
Intense pulsed light (IPL) epilators, though technically not containing a laser, use xenon flash lamps that emit full spectrum light. IPL-based methods, sometimes called "phototricholysis" or "photoepilation", are now commonly (but incorrectly) referred to as "laser hair removal".
Some normal side effects may occur after laser hair removal treatments, including itching, redness, and swelling around the treatment area. These side effects rarely last more than three days. Some level of pain should also be expected during treatments.
Side effects such as hypo- or hyper-pigmentation or, in extreme cases, burning of the skin call for an adjustment in laser selection or settings. Risks include the chance of burning the skin or discoloration of the skin, hypopigmentation (white spots), flare of acne, swelling around the hair follicle, scab formation, purpura, and infection.
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