The Evolution of Laser Hair Removal

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, May 4, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_The Evolution Of Laser Hair Removal

The first ruby laser was developed in 1960 and was a treatment that claimed to erase birthmarks, tattoos, skin conditions, tumors, and, last but certainly not least, unwanted hair.

The ruby laser was not successful as a definitive treatment for the many maladies it claimed to treat, but less than a decade later non-laser photo epilators were developed. They also proved to be less than effective, prompting its removal from the market in 1972.

By the 1980’s, lasers became more specialized, developed for very specific treatments, paving the way for the permanent hair removal lasers of the 1990s.

By 1997, several different kinds of lasers were FDA-approved and hair removal laser therapy began to develop into the effective method it has become today.

At Laser Smooth, we employ the Light Sheer Duet Laser. This laser uses a process called Selective Photothermalysis (or target destruction).  Because each individual hair cell on the body can be found in a different stage of growth (anagen, catagen, or telogen), the process of permanent hair reduction can take between 4 to 8 treatments spread out over 4 to 6 weeks between each treatment.

Laser Smooth Company Offers the Best Laser Hair Removal Services in the Gresham Area

Laser Smooth Company is proud to perform hair removal for all individuals, in all areas of the body. Our clinic features the newest and most innovative laser hair removal system. We are always open for free consultations, and we’d love to help you take the first steps towards permanent hair removal. We are conveniently located at 2850 SE Powell Valley Rd in Gresham, Oregon. We are waiting for your visit.

Call Laser Smooth Company Today for Your Free Consultation!

 

Categories: hair removal for men, laser hair removal, Laser hair removal treatment areas, Light Sheer Duet, permanent hair removal

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COVID-19 UPDATE!

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(with a few changes)

 

As you know, Multnomah County is still under Executive Order 20-12 and during this downtime, we are implementing all the recommendations set forth by the Oregon Health Authority for personal services.

 

Please click on our COVID-19 update page to read all the new recommendations we are implementing. 

 

Stay safe and healthy, Kim