New Laser Hair Removal Technique Chills Skin like an Ice Cube Pain-Free Diolaze by InMode
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
InMode Aesthetics, a global leader in the manufacturing of aesthetic devices, developed the first laser hair removal device of its kind to uniquely combine speed, efficiency and comfort with the brand, new U.S. launch of Diolaze. The intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy device embodies the traditional application of light pulse technology with technological advances that vastly improve the benefits of the procedure, while reducing the number of procedures necessary.
Typically, for a laser to device to be effective it usually has to hurt and requires numbing cream to ease the pain. Diolaze’s Sapphire Laser cooling plate chills the skin and provides ultra cooling temperatures pre, parallel and post-procedure. The smart device transforms into a virtual ice cube, numbing the skin and preventing patients from feeling any discomfort during hair reduction.
InMode’s diode scanning technology and built in safe guards provide a unique combination of high tech sophistication with efficacy and safety. Consumers can feel confident that with Diolaze, clinicians are unable to over treat a patient and can permanently remove hair with maximum safety. InMode designed Diolaze with the largest diode surface head on the market to cover the largest spot (size 50 mm x 8 mm) during procedures. This smart design feature reduces the typical session from a normal 60-minute session to approximately 20 minutes with Diolaze. This generation of hair removal devices can treat the entire lower leg in about 8 minutes. For the average person, Diolaze requires approximately 6-8 treatments once every two weeks for complete and permanent hair removal, which equals out to a 3-4 month process. After only five procedures, typical patients show 85% permanent reduction.
Backed by long-term clinical data, the Diolaze system has the ability to permanently reduce hair growth and treat an entire range of skin colors and hair types, satisfying both men and women of a variety of ethnicities and races. As with any hair removal technology the best and longest lasting results are achieved in patients with dark hair and lighter skin types. The average cost per treatment ranges from $250-500, with upwards of $1500-2000 for a series of sessions to provide total and permanent removal. Treatments are performed in-office by a physician, nurse or technical practitioner, depending on the state.
The Diolaze is manufactured by InModeMD, an Israeli company and by the same physicists that developed the Lumenis Lightsheer and the Syneron ELOS laser hair removal.
The devices are now currently available throughout the United States at physicians’ offices and medical spas. For further information on Diolaze availability and to locate a technician or doctor, visit the InMode website at www.inmodemd.com.