THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION TO GETTING RID OF UNWANTED HAIR!
What is Diolaze - High Speed Hair Laser removal?
Diolaze is an advanced laser hair removal procedure that safely and gently eliminates unwanted hair. Diolaze has one of the largest treatment spot sizes, making treatments convenient and fast. The combination of efficacy, patient comfort, and speed makes Diolaze the leader in hair removal.
The DioLaze is optimal for individuals of light to medium dark skin color, including Asian, Hispanic and light Southeast Indian skin and its high-speed nature, that also maintains optimal fluence and pulse duration, is good for permanent reduction of hair on large body areas. The Diolaze used an 810nm wavelength of light that is scanned across 4 cm in one second. It is the extremely efficient “3P” cooling that allows this high speed, high fluence and short pulse duration to be comfortable.
Diolaze Before & After Photos
Q1: How does Diolaze work?
If you are not wanting to continually shave, tweeze, or wax unwanted hair then consider laser hair removal. During laser treatment, a diode highly concentrated laser beam passes through the skin towards hair follicles. The penetrating energy then heats up the root of the hair, which in turn prevents future hair growth.
Q2: Does it hurt?
Diolaze has a built in skin cooling surface which is one of the largest for all hair removal devices. This makes treatment more confortable than other devices, with most patients noting that Diolaze is virtually painless.
As with all laser hair removal methods, Diolaze requires a series of treatments. Laser hair removal works best when hair follicles are in their mature stage. With each treatment, hair is reduced and best results are observed after four to six sessions. The number of sessions will differ depending on your hair color, hair type, body area, and skin tone. Diolaze can be safely used on most areas of the body that have unwanted hair. Most commonly treated areas include: bikini, legs, arms, chest, back, shoulders, stomach, neck, chin and sideburns.
Q3: How to prepare for hair removal?
Avoid plucking or waxing 2-4 weeks before treatment. Laser targets the hair roots, which are temporarily removed if waxing or plucking is performed in advance.
Must avoid sun exposure for 4-6 weeks before and after treatment. Sun exposure makes laser hair removal less effective and makes complications after treatment more likelyincluding hyperpigmentation.
Q4: What happens during hair laser removal treatment?
Both the technician and laser technician will wear protective eyewear. A gel will be applied to the area that will be treated which will work in combination with the laser to cool the area of interest.
The technician will evaluate the area at different settings to see what settings will work best for the patient by evaluating for any bad reactions.
Q5: What to expect during recovery?
The area treated may feel like a sunburn. Cool compresses and moisterizers may help improve the feeling. The hair will fall out over the next month. Continual use of sunscreen is advised to prevent temporary color changes of the skin.
Blisters are a complication that can potentially occur with darker skin complexions. Additional coomplications include swelling and redness. Permanent discoloration is rare. We do have good sunscreen products and moisturizers for post procedure care that you can inquire about.