Your question: Which laser is best for laser hair removal?

The type of laser not only influences how well it works, it influences your chance of side-effects. Lasers suitable for hair removal include: long-pulse ruby lasers, long-pulse alexandrite lasers, long pulse diode lasers and long-pulse Nd:YAG lasers.

Which laser is most effective for hair removal?

The Alexandrite laser

With its large spot size (up to 18mm) and high repetition rate, it is the fastest hair removal laser with regards to pulse speed. It is suitable for rapid treatment of large body areas. For example, an entire back can be treated in less than 30 minutes.

Which laser is best?

The 5 Top Face Laser Treatments and How They Can Help Your Skin

  • To Give Your Skin an Insta-Glow: Laser Genesis. …
  • To Rid of Acne Scars: Fractional CO2 Laser. …
  • To Zap Broken Blood Vessels: Pulsed Dye Laser. …
  • Instead of a Facelift: Fraxel. …
  • For Removing Sun Damage: IPL.

Can you laser GREY hair?

Grey and white hair as well as blonde and red hair both lack pigment therefore it is difficult for lasers to detect and treat. When a laser has no pigment to target it is harder to zap away the hair, thus making laser hair removal an ineffective treatment for grey hair.

What are the negatives of laser hair removal?

Rarely, laser hair removal can cause blistering, crusting, scarring or other changes in skin texture. Other rare side effects include graying of treated hair or excessive hair growth around treated areas, particularly on darker skin.

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What is the newest technology for laser hair removal?

The latest technology for hair removal is fiber coupled diode laser.

The advantages of fiber-coupled diode laser technology:

  • Continuous-wave, high power.
  • Uniform energy distribution.
  • Low damage rate.
  • Life span up to 50 million shots.

What is the best laser for under eye wrinkles?

Generally, dermatologists use either carbon dioxide or erbium laser treatments. Both are effective for the removal of the top layer of damaged skin, with erbium treatments being safer to removing deeper lines and wrinkles.

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