Beauty - Dermatology
The Eye of the Beholder: Beauty, Dermatology and Safe Laser
It’s a known fact that people spend more and more money to improve their skin condition and fight the forces that cause wrinkles…to the point it almost borders on obsessive. Machinery designed for the beauty sector can cost anywhere from £10,000 to £15,000, putting it way out of the financial reach for many working in the dermatology field. In stark contrast, our laser products cost anywhere from £599 to £1,199 – now, you may be asking yourself, how is this possible?
Here’s the scoop:
General laser products developed for hospitals and clinics are specialist-specific, meaning the purchase of such products is limited to certain professionals – this is why they can’t sell more products, as this is operating within a small market. On the contrary, home users can purchase the Safe Laser products – not just professional clinicians – so our company is able to sell much more and keep the price low.
Beyond Economics: How Safe Laser Works in the Beauty Sector
Beauty is one the world’s largest industries, and into this foray has come our Safe Laser products, ready to offer a massive beauty-conscious demographic everything they wanted in a cosmetic solution. But what can Safe Laser actually do for the beauty professions?
Low level laser therapy works by stimulating cellular growth and rejuvenation to an applied area, which enables effective cosmetic treatments such as helping to reduce hair loss, cellulite and providing skin rejuvenation for skin discoloration, fine lines and wrinkles.
Common cosmetic applications that respond positively to low laser therapy include:
- Surgical wound site recovery
- Scar tissue
- Mastectomy (post-surgery)
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Facial veins
- Fungus symptoms
- Eczema symptoms
- Elimination of post-treatment redness and/or pain
- Eyebrow tweezing mishaps
The Skinny on Skin and LLLT
LLLT has been used for skin rejuvenation with successful results, with reports indicating improvements in wrinkles and skin texture, skin laxity reduction and scar diminishment. Further, preliminary data indicates that it might also improve a number of skin conditions including acne, certain pigmentation disorders and burns – as all outlined above.
The non-invasive nature and near complete absence of side effects encourage further testing in dermatology, and Safe Laser’s team of experts will be right there every step of the way.