Permanent hair removal

Permanent hair removal Permanent hair removal using IPL was held for the first time about 20 years ago, making it available for commercial use in the mid-90s using melanin as chromophore-targeted treatment with wavelengths and specific parameters for each type of hair...

Onychomycosis

Onychomycosis Onychomycosis is an infection of the nail caused by fungi that feed on keratin, a protein that makes up the majority of the nails. Toenails are the most affected as they face moist, dark and warm environments more often than hands. This environment is...

Melasma

Melasma Melasma is a common skin disease characterized by dark spots, especially on the face, causing severe social impact in their carriers. Many methods and alternatives for their treatment are currently available, and the LASER a new mode of great success, becoming...

LASER tonning

LASER tonning The traditional concept of tonning skin is to provide a cosmetic procedure able to smooth out the irregularities of the tissue in order to stimulate cell renewal of the skin, especially through the use and incorporation of LASER or IPL sources is...

LASER peel

LASER peel The laser peel is a next-generation technology that procedure through the use of laser energy delivered to the tissue in a controlled and microfacionada way acts removing the epithelial layer, inducing neocollagenesis the region while promoting the thinning...

Hair growth

Hair growth The capillary therapy through the use of laser has been used with great effectiveness in recent years. Through photobiostimulation, the laser energy acts directly on the hair bulge, rich structure in stem cells, and induces increased local cell activity,...

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