On the right wavelength -Trio of affordable new lasers for skincare professionals
A recent review by The Department of Health stated that “Cosmetic interventions are a booming business in the UK, worth £2.3 billion in 2010, and estimated to rise to £3.6 billion by 2015. They can either be surgical – such as face-lifts, tummy tucks and breast implants – or non-surgical – typically dermal fillers, Botox® or the use of laser or intense pulsed light (IPL). The latter account for nine out of ten procedures and 75% of the market value.”
Improvements in technology during the last decade and an increase in appetite and demand for aesthetic treatments from consumers have created the opportunity for laser manufacturers to up the ante with the introduction of new lasers with impressive clinical efficacy. However price is often the precluding factor putting them out of the reach of most spas and salons.
So it is good news that Q Medical has introduced a trio of effective and affordable lasers which come from the stable of Sandstone Medical Technologies – a US manufacturer of high quality aesthetic lasers which is now owned by Ellman International.
If you click on the links below you will be able to read more about:
The Cheveux 810 Diode Laser which designed for permanent hair reduction
The Cortex which combines the two most popular wavelengths for skin resurfacing
And The Tri-Lase which can be used for the removal of tattoos and pigmented lesions, for superficial skin resurfacting and rejuvenation treatments for fine lines and wrinkles, as well as micro-laser peels.
Between them they provide a highly effective and affordable route into laser treatment for skincare professionals.