A diode laser hair removal machine is a type of laser device that uses a semiconductor diode to generate and amplify laser energy, which is then used to remove unwanted hair. The laser energy is delivered in the form of low-level laser light, which has a wavelength between 800-1100 nm. This wavelength is absorbed by the melanin in the hair shaft and hair follicle, which causes thermal damage to the hair-producing cells, disrupting their ability to grow hair.
The diode laser hair removal machine typically uses a cooling system to protect the skin from heat damage, allowing for a more comfortable treatment. The cooling system can take the form of a chilled tip, a cooling gel, or a built-in cooling device.
The diode laser hair removal machine works by emitting a beam of laser energy that is directed at the treatment area. The laser energy is absorbed by the melanin in the hair shaft and hair follicle, causing the hair-producing cells to be damaged and the hair to be removed.
Diode laser hair removal machines are considered to be effective and safe for hair removal, and can be used on a wide range of skin and hair types. It is a relatively painless procedure and most people experience minimal discomfort during the treatment.
It’s important to note that diode laser hair removal machines should only be used by a qualified practitioner and must comply with safety regulations. Also, the number of sessions needed to achieve optimal results can vary depending on the individual and the area being treated.