What is the GentleMax Pro?
GentleMax Pro is one of the newest and most powerful hair removal systems in the market that has been developed by Syneron-Candela. It employs a state-of-the-art multi-wavelength system that is able to achieve multiple target areas efficiently in an integrated aesthetic platform.
Essentially, the GentleMax Pro offers patients and doctors alike with more power and more versatility than any of its counterparts because of a multi-wavelength approach to hair removal that is able to deliver a wider range of treatments, all consolidated in a single system.
What is the advantage of using the GentleMax Pro?
Aside from its ground breaking integrated platform, the GentleMax Pro uses a dual wavelength laser making it the fastest, most efficient, and most powerful tool for removal of hair, pigmented lesions, and vascular lesions. It is absolutely safe for all skin types and is easy to use. This system has been documented to have a very high success and satisfaction rate. Not only is the GentleMax Pro built for high-performance, it is also designed with the patient’s comfort in mind.
What are the uses of GentleMax Pro?
GentleMax Pro has been used to remove hair, pigmented lesions, and hemangiomas (an abnormal buildup of blood vessels on the skin or internal organs). The GentleMax Pro is also used to manage rosacea, improve the appearance of beard bumps, and correct facial veins, spider veins, and leg veins.
How does GentleMax Pro work?
GentleMax Pro makes use of two lasers designed to work on patients on either side of the color spectrum, the Alexandrite laser for lighter skin, and the Yag laser for darker skin. The system can easily remove hundreds of hair follicles in a single sweep by delivering a high-energy pulse that destroys the hair follicle without affecting the skin. The cooling dynamics of the GentleMax Pro immediately cools the skin before and after the delivery of the laser to keep the patient comfortable during the entire procedure. The same type of principal works when repairing damaged blood vessels on the skin.