If you operate a day spa, medical day spa or dermatological practice, chances are that you have been conducting some research into intense pulsed light equipment. We shall veer away from mentioning any name brands, as this article is not about selling you on any specific brand.
Rather, it is about providing you with useful indications that can allow you to choose the best brand for your hard-earned business dollar along the way. In this spirit, the following tips can be applied to any brand you might find and that you can afford to find the best equipment for the needs of your practice.
You want to make sure that the machines you plan to buy will offer the power you need. The general rule to follow here is to avoid the machines that produce something less than 50j / cm². Even 40 / cm² can not provide enough power for you to produce the results your customers expect. Always take into account the power indicated during your purchases.
A commonly neglected aspect includes impulse lightning. The basic rule you want to follow here is a flash per second. Something less is not enough. Otherwise, a 30-minute treatment may need two hours to work because your pulse flashes is not high enough to meet your blocked hours.