The reason some are putting the Aurora down has nothing to do with Aurora itself. There have been other methods like transdermal that have made all these fantastic claims and they turned out to be hype at best or even a total hoax.
I started to take the Aurora seriously when my doctor showed an interest in it. When he has tried other lasers and didn’t think they worked he would say so and get rid of the device. They have always been up front about the limitations of the various methods.
I e-mailed the doctor the article on the Aurora and when I went in for my electrolysis appointment, my technician told me that they had been looking at using the Syneron system and just got it in. The Syneron system and my doctor was even featured on a local news story. He is the first one in the area to have it and is going to be doing research with it. I wonder if that means free treatments???
I told them I am interested in trying it. Meanwhile I will use electrolysis for getting those white hairs. I don’t have all that much hair left on my upper body except for my arms. The Lightsheer has done a good job. I am interested in the Aurora because it works better on tanned skin so I can use it in the summmer. It is supposed to work better on fine hair which is mostly what’s left of the dark hairs. I want ALL the hair gone!
What areas have you had treated? Did you have any redness afterwards? I want to eventually get my legs done and if the Aurora doesn’t cuase lasting redness that may be the way to go. I wear shorts most of the time and I don’t want a lot of redness and scabbing. I could always wait until next winter and get it done or stay with the Lightsheer.
Are treatment times similar to laser? I don’t know but the spot size is bigger. I will try to find out.
Thanks for the report and I will post anything new I find out about the Aurora.