How to offer more treatments with diode laser devices

Published 31st Jan 2024 by Ellen Cummings

Laser technology has become an indispensable tool within the beauty industry for addressing a wide range of skin concerns.

One versatile and highly effective platform for offering diverse treatments is the diode laser. With their adaptability and precision, diode lasers can target various skin conditions.

Diode lasers have revolutionised hair removal. Their selective photothermolysis mechanism allows them to target melanin in hair follicles, disabling their ability to grow

Practitioners can adjust the wavelength and pulse duration to adapt to the patient's skin tone and hair type ensuring safety and efficacy.

Hair removal

Hair before removal with diode laser treatmentHair after removal with diode laser treatment

Vascular lesions like spider veins, telangiectasias, and hemangiomas can also be treated using diode lasers.

The laser's energy is absorbed by haemoglobin, causing coagulation and gradual fading of the vascular lesion.

The Primelase diode laser from Sinclair UK offers precise targeting and minimal downtime, making it a popular choice for patients seeking to improve their skin's appearance.

Vascular lesions

Vascular lesions before diode laser treatmentVascular lesions after diode laser treatment

Diode lasers are also invaluable for treating pigmented lesions such as age spots, freckles, and melasma, and Primelase delivers exceptional results in the treatment of solar or senile lentigines.

By targeting melanin in the skin, diode lasers break down excess pigmentation, leading to clearer and more even-toned skin.

The controlled thermal damage stimulates collagen production, further improving skin texture.

Pigmented lesions

Pigmented lesions before diode laser treatmentPigmented lesions after diode laser treatment

Acne is another common skin concern, and diode lasers can help by reducing sebaceous gland activity by destroying acne-causing bacteria and stimulating collagen production to improve skin texture.

The treatment is relatively quick and comfortable, making it a popular option for those seeking non-invasive acne solutions.

Sarah Bundy, clinic aesthetician and laser specialist at Dr Xavier & Associates in Southampton, says that Primelase is a “much more comfortable treatment in comparison to other lasers”.

Diode lasers also play a significant role in skin rejuvenation. By stimulating collagen production, these lasers can improve skin texture, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and minimise the appearance of scars.

The controlled thermal injury triggers the body's natural healing process, leading to a fresher, more youthful complexion.

With 10 years of outstanding practice in the aesthetics market, choosing an established diode laser like Primelase can help practitioners offer diverse treatments in their clinics.

To learn more about Primelase diode laser, contact Sinclair UK.

This is a sponsored story in partnership with Sinclair UK.

Ellen Cummings

Ellen Cummings

Published 31st Jan 2024

Ellen Cummings is the senior content writer at Professional Beauty, working across the magazine and online. Contact her at [email protected]

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