Clinical Evaluation of Hair Removal Using an 810 nm Diode Laser With a Novel Scanning Device
Diode lasers are often considered as the gold standard preference for hair removal due to the deep penetration and effective targeting of the hair follicle. A wide variety of diode lasers are available, which can differ in terms of their parameters (such as fluence, pulse duration, repetition rate, scanner, and cooling).
The objective of the study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of hair removal with an 810 nm novel scanning diode laser, up to six months after last treatment.
A scanning 810 nm diode laser was used for axillary hair removal of 14 female patients who received 3 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart. Follow-up on hair count was conducted 3 and 6 months after last treatment and compared to baseline hair count.
The examined 810 nm diode laser was proven to be safe and effective for hair removal. Results were sustained for 6
No unexpected or significant adverse events were recorded. An average hair count reduction of 72.8% after 3 months and 67.6% 6 months after the last treatment is demonstrated.
The examined 810 nm diode laser was proven to be safe and effective for hair removal. Results were sustained for 6 months after last treatment. Longer follow-up data are followed for further substantiation of the clinical effect. Scanning technology can provide for potentially faster and safer treatments.