LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Laser hair removal beam intense light at the follicle, causing permanent damage so hair no longer grows. But because they target the pigment in the hair-it’s the contrast between dark hair and lighter skin that helps the laser focus on its bullseye- the ideal candidate has traditionally been someone with fair skin and dark hair. Through research and inclusivity, laser hair removal is now safe for people with darker skin tones. Devices are now sophisticated enough to distinguish well between the pigment in brown or black skin with dark hair. Now smarter lasers can be used in a much more precise-and safe-way, making getting rid of unwanted fuzz hair a reality for a wider range of skin tones.
LASER TATTOO REMOVAL
Tattoos have become an accepted part of society and an increasingly popular fashion accessory, but soon after getting a permanent piece of art drawn on your body, you may come to regret the decision. You can always return to the tattoo artist and get a cover-up, but advancements in technology mean that laser tattoo removal is now a viable option. However, those with dark or black skin might be wondering whether laser tattoo removal actually works for them. Some believe that tattoos on dark and black skin are harder to remove, while others have heard it will leave more visible scars. But, as extensive research has found, laser tattoo removal on darker-skinned patients works for the vast major of people. Furthermore, cases of skin lightening and permanent scarring are rare too.
LASER SKIN LIGHTENING
Lasers offers treatment that targets collagen and water which thickens these structures and reduces fine lines and sun damage.
Blue LED light treatments are becoming increasingly popular, especially because they are considered safer than UV light. During the LED teeth whitening process, users first treat the teeth with a chemical agent that has bleaching properties. Blue light from the LED is then used to activate the whitening agent and start the chemical reaction. When this interaction happens, the blue light penetrates the enamel and lifts existing stains. LEDs are highly efficient and last longer than other light sources.