We here at Lumantics Ltd have a 30 years’ experience in Laser technology, strongly supported by our founders attaining Ph.Ds degrees and providing multiple decade’s worth of successful commercial experience to the company. Our aim is to combine our expertise and experience to provide suitable partners with the opportunity and support to securely maximise their profit as they delve into this fast evolving field of technology.
Laser hair removing technology is one of the safest and most efficient methods for permanently removing unwanted hair. The lasers are based on a diode laser bars technology covering a large spectrum of wavelengths to treat a broad range of skin and hair colours. Our Laser bars are made in Germany – a major technology centre and leaders in this range of products. We offer three wavelength heads from a single machine that includes, 755nm, 808nm and 1064nm, allowing treatment to a wider customer base. It has efficient laser scanning technology so you are able to remove hair from a larger area at a faster speed. The laser machines we provide come with an advanced semiconductor thermal management cooling system and an auto alarm protection system for water flow and temperature monitoring. All our machines are FDA and medical CE approved and offers a minimum service requirement with a long lifespan for the laser head.
Laser treatments are one of the most sought after non-invasive cosmetic procedures, therefore many people can enjoy long lasting hair-free smooth skin and the convenience of no longer having to shave or wax.
In the future, we will be expanding our product range by offering other laser treatments, including skin rejuvenation, tattoo removing, scar removing and fungus nail treatments.
Our hair has three phases of development; Anagen (the growing phase), Catagen (the resting phase) and Telogen (the shedding phase). The aim of Lasers is to treat hair follicles best when they are in their active state of growth. However, since all hair do not grow simultaneously, they tend to vary in which phase they are in and when they reach this phase of active growth. As a result, multiple treatments are needed to allow all of the hair to be targeted while they are in their active phase therefore enabling the highest levels of permanent hair removal to be achieved.
How Laser Hair Removal Works?
The pigment in the hair follicle, called melanin, absorbs energy produced by the laser, resulting in its destruction and preventing the hair from regenerating. To achieve this result, the hair follicle must contain the needed pigment to absorb the laser’s energy. It is to be noted that white and grey hair are typically un-responsive, due to the lack of pigmentation. Blonde and red hair may also be treated, but not as effectively as darker hair. As a general rule, hair must be darker than the surrounding skin in order to be effectively treated. It is also important to acknowledge that laser hair removal only targets the hair pigment, therefore protecting the surrounding tissue from damage.
Safe and effective treatment is achieved by destroying hair follicles without causing damage to the epidermis (the tissue making up the skin composition surrounding the hair follicle). In selecting optimal treatment settings, the technician must balance many variables, which is why the right laser platform combined with a highly experienced staff is essential.