best laser hair removal device
best laser hair removal device
Experience the New Gold Standard in Laser Hair Removal
Venus Velocity? is the gold standard in diode laser hair removal. Along with being more versatile, it is more powerful and more profitable than current hair removal devices on the market. Its efficacy and safety profile, combined with our unique business model, ensures a fast ROI and high patient satisfaction. You can now provide treatments that are faster, more comfortable, and suitable for all skin types, including tanned skin.
Features of Venus Velocity?:
Optimal 800 nm wavelength, high 2400W peak power, and high energy density of up to 100 J/cm2 make Venus Velocity? a leading diode laser for hair removal, permanent hair reduction, and treatment of pseudofolliculitis barbae.
Two modes of operation (SLIDE and PULSE), three changeable spot sizes, preset treatment parameters, ergonomic applicator, and user-friendly interface deliver versatility and greater ease of use for the operator.
Repetition rate that can go as high as 10 Hz, largest spot size of 7 cm2, and SLIDE mode option enable faster treatments for higher patient turnover.
Laser Technology vs Intense Pulsed Light
First, though, one quick note.
All of these machines, as well as many others we haven’t ranked, are referred to by vendors and in the industry as “home lasers.” However, only our #1 product actually uses laser technology. All of the others use similar but less-powerful light systems to remove hair; most use what’s called IPL (intense pulsed light).
How do you know a good laser hair removal device from a bad one? You check Groom+Style’s list of the top 5 best at home hair removal lasers, of course.
There really wasn’t much question which laser hair removal product belonged at the top of our rankings. The Tria has been around longer than its competitors, it was the first LHR system approved by the FDA as safe and effective for home use, and it uses the same technology (laser diode) that pros use in the salons which charge big bucks for a full series of laser treatments.
Automatic Lock if Skin Tone is Too Dark
Groom+Style wouldn’t go as far as saying that any machine (of any type) is idiot-proof, but Tria does all it can to make sure this laser is used properly. We’ve already mentioned that most lasers won’t work on dark-toned skin; the 4X makes certain that it’s appropriate for your skin tone with a built-in skin sensor. If it’s safe for you, the machine beeps and unlocks. Otherwise, the Tria stays locked and you won’t be allowed to use it.
We’ll guarantee that they never expected the laser technology to be used for home hair removal.
But do-it-yourself laser hair removal at home (LHR) has become the method of choice for many women and men.
There are drawbacks to using lasers for removing hair, including the facts that most machines don’t work well on dark skin or light hair, it’s a long-term process which requires some patience, and of course, it can be expensive.
But there are several reasons for the growing popularity of LHR in recent years: treated areas stay hair-free for months or years, and it’s less painful than waxing or even a few bad razor cuts. (There is still some pain associated with the laser “zaps,” though, so it’s a good idea to start out by using numbing cream until you know whether it’s needed for future sessions.)
There are some who are scared by the word “laser” and would never dream of trying to use one at home. However, we think a laser (which isn’t dangerous at the power levels used in a home LHR machine) is a lot less scary than the prices that professionals charge for laser hair treatments – which can total thousands of dollars, while a good home machine costs only hundreds.
Don’t forget to check Must Know at the end of this article section before making any buying decision.