Super Long Pulse Diode Light Sheer Laser
The application of these principles to laser medical epilation means that heat needs to be transmitted from the light-absorbing pigmented areas of the hair follicle (hair shaft and hair matrix) or “heaters” to the stem cells of hair follicles or “targets”, which are the structures that must really be destroyed if the aim is to achieve permanent epilation results.
The pulse width must be sufficiently prolonged to spread the heat from the hair shaft and matrix to the pluripotential cells (item-cells), housed at the level of the protuberance at the permanent portion of the hair follicle. On the other hand, it is essential for the laser system to be able to emit sufficient energy density in a such a long pulse width.
The use of systems with a larger pulse width permits greater efficacy for permanent removal of thicker and deeper hair, permitting the safe application of this treatment in skins with a high phototype (V and VI).