Which are the most effective laser types or machines for removing unwanted hair? How do these compare to the home hair removal systems like Tria?
Most Effective Hair Removal Lasers or Machine?
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Most Effective Laser Hair Removal Device
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Most effective laser hair removal device
It can be quite confusing with the dizzying array of machines available for laser hair removal. Focus on the following factors to help simplify the process:
- Wavelength - Here the choices are limited to diode, Nd:YAG, alexandrite and IPL as the main laser hair removing modalities. Diode laser hair removal devices are currently the gold standard, while Alexandrite lasers held that crown in the 1990's. Nd:YAG lasers are primarily used on darker skin types. IPL devices may have some long term efficacy but newer versions have improved.
- Cooling - Cooling is an important concept that most of the newer lasers embrace. It allows for procedures to be relatively pain free. In addition, cooling makes complications less likely.
Best Laser Hair Removal Treatment
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IPL, alexandrite, diode, and Yag lasers work well for hair removal.
The critical question is: Are you a good candidate for laser hair removal?
If you have light skin and dark hair, you should be satisfied with most FDA approved light devices.
Dark, coarse, fast growing hair like lip, chin, underarm, and bikini respond the best.
It takes between 6 and 10 treatments to get optimal, long-term results.
I hope this helps, and best regards.
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