IMHO, I think the company can and will matter . . . Just because a laser claims “0-45J/cm2” doesn’t mean it will produce it or that it will even be the right wavelength and type to effectively remove hair.
A company name is a way of identifying and analyzing a device (i.e. they do clinical tests with particular manufacturers and models of laser). If you don’t know the manufacturer, how will you be able to identify and compare different lasers? The manufacturer DOES matter.
It’s not this one is it?
Global Electrolysis Laser or a similar one? That’s one of the ones with different patterns (cross, etc.)
Because I can personally guarantee that it is a SCAM! Be careful out there. You may want to believe that it’s not (many have convinced themselves and learned the hard way), but there are some on this board that have spent their hard earned money on it and have had it NOT work (even temporarily). They make the web site really convincing but it is a SCAM. 100% guaranteed SCAM.
Andrea, please help! It’s hard to convince people sometimes until after they make the mistake and then find out that it is impossible (or difficult) to return it. Valerie, beware their return policy, they find ways to get your cash and keep it, seriously.
</font><blockquote><font size=“1” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>quote:</font><hr /><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>Originally posted by Valerie:
<strong>Hello everyone and thank you for your help!
To answer all of your questions, I am a practitioner, and since everyone including my current electrolysis customers are asking about the laser, I though it would be a good idea to add it in and make everyone happy… I guess “Laser Hair Removal” is hot now days. As for what company makes it, I do not think it makes a difference… if it is goog- it’s good, if not well…
Well I hope this helps… Thanks once again!</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>