01 Aug Lasers in Surgery and Medicine
Our International Course Director, Dr Godfrey Town PhD was featured recently by the highly-rated laser journal, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, in a short video promoting a clinical and scientific review of low fluence hair reduction. This study was released early online by the journal in January 2019 this year and published in the print version in August.
Anyone considering the Online Laser Training Hair Removal Course using intense pulsed light therapy or studying how does laser hair removal work, will be interested in this article. The full article is available to purchase at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/lsm.23061, here are the article objectives:
This review has the following objectives: Firstly, it provides an explanation of the evolution of laser/intense pulsed light (IPL) hair reduction modalities from high fluence professional devices to low fluence home‐use appliances. Secondly, it summarises published literature reviews on home‐use devices (HUDs) as evidence of their growing credibility. Thirdly, it proposes mechanistic differences in light delivery regimes and the resulting divergences in mode of action.