The diode laser Vectus is a highly specialized device designed to quickly, effectively and permanently remove hair and discolouration. The leading technological thought in the design of this device was the safety and efficiency of laser hair removal.
Vectus is a medical diode laser with a wavelength of 810nm. It is equipped with two of the world’s fastest heads with a highly durable sapphire tip equipped with Advanced Contact Cooling. The temperature of the head tip during the treatment reaches a temperature in the range of 0-5 degrees Celsius, which ensures the comfort of the treatment with higher power parameters.
Skintel melanin reader
The most innovative solution used in the Vectus laser is the certified wireless Skintel reader (Skintel Melanin Reader). It is an intelligent reader of the level of active melanin in the skin of the patient who is subjected to laser hair removal. Vectus is the only diode laser in the world equipped with such a reader.
Before the procedure, the person carrying out the procedure places the Skintel on the place where the hair will be removed, and the reader, after checking the melanin level, automatically selects the treatment parameters. The measurement is based on the calculation of the scattering of three unique wavelengths reflected from the skin. The use of this solution eliminates the risk of thermal burns and allows you to select more power and obtain the best results of skin epilation. Thanks to the Skintel reader, each client is treated individually, and we can be sure that the treatment is carried out with optimal parameters.
Skintel is certified by the US FDA, whose strict regulations are also recognized outside the US as a determinant of quality and confirmation of no negative effects on health.
• pregnancy, breastfeeding
• fresh tan
• taking antibiotics (the treatment should be stopped 2 weeks before the procedure)
• steroids, antidepressants and psychotropic drugs
• tendency to develop discoloration and keloids
• active skin infections (bacterial, viral, fungal)
• cancer, albinism, psoriasis
• diabetes, epilepsy, ulceration, thrombosis
• allergy to the sun and blistering skin diseases
• skin damage
• an operation that has not been held recently
• white hair