Gentlelase is the name given to a range of professional laser treatment machines developed and produced by Syneron and Candela. Syneron and Candela consider themselves to be two separate brands which come together as one company to produce quality professional standard aesthetic medical devices. They are market leaders in their industry and have bases all around the world.
The Gentlelase Pro is a series of laser treatment machines currently available from Syneron and Candela. The GentleMax Pro is the name given to the newest addition of the Gentlelase Pro series. The GentleMax Pro is a system which provides a range of cosmetic treatments. These treatments include hair removal for all skin and hair types and colours, thread vein removal and pigmentation spots. See below for a full list of treatments. The GentleMax Pro is considered by many laser treatment professionals as one of the best laser systems available in the world.
Laser Treatments Delivered by Gentlelase
- Hair removal for all hair and skin types
- Sun-damaged skin
- Telangiectatic Matting
- Age spots
- Epidermal pigmented lesions
- Vascular anomalies
- Spider veins
- Telangiectasia on the face and legs
- Pseudofoliculitis Barbae / Beard Bumps
The GentleMax Pro features a dual wavelength laser platform which brings together an Alexandrite laser of 755nm and a Nd:YAG laser of 1064 nm. The bringing together of these two lasers creates one laser which is fast and efficient, safe, yet powerful.
Many people find that laser treatments using the Gentlelase system are expensive compared to other treatments but do find that the experience is worth the cost as they generally find they gain the desired results they were looking for. The most common testimonials from those who have had laser treatments with the Gentlelase system are that the system works particularly well when used to remove dark hair from light coloured skin. It has been known to reduce the occurrence of ingrown hairs which may have arisen from other hair removal methods such as waxing.
To find out more about Syneron and Candela, and the Gentlelase systems, visit syneron-candela.com