Seana, the problem with laser in a business like ours seems to me twofold: * formal limitations - the really strong and effective machines cannot be used by "everyone". At least here in Germany their use is restricted to physicians. Non-
Originally Posted By MelbmaleSorry but can anyone help me post pics on this forum? Says my iPhone Pic are too big to add ? Hairtell is old software and I know Andrea is alway trying to think of how to update without losing the wealth of information
This was posted in the "electrolysis on penis" thread but I think dimi is correct: Originally Posted By dimiIn the machine characteristics is written that the maximum current output is 1mA. That means 100% output is equal to 1 mA. If the c
Yes going to the beach few weeks before treatment is a bad idea. You don't want the laser to burn you. If your skin is even slightly tanned, it can cause laser to burn you. Or the technician will be forced to use weak energy levels not to risk burns.