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Lamprobe4000


What is the LAMPROBE?

Lamprobe 4000 The LAMPROBE works on the principal of radio vaporization by various probes.

High frequency/radio frequency technology utilizes a current that is attracted to liquids on the skin surface. This technology allows for the cosmetic care of minor epidermal irregularities such as broken capillaries, spider naevi, cherry angiomas, fibromas, skin tags, milia and cholesterol deposits.

Back ground on the LAMPROBE

First introduced in 1990, the LAMPROBE has continued to assist modern skin care practitioners to advance their professional capabilities and specialized skilled techniques.

Popular around the world and CE Certified, the LAMPROBE meets the highest standards of device safety protocols (IEC 6061-1)

Description of the LAMPROBE

The LAMPROBE is a breakthrough cosmetic innovation incorporating RADIO and HIGH FREQUENCY technology.

This technology produces a current that enables permanent hair removal (for electrologists) and the rapid and precise, non-invasive cosmetic treatment of minor skin irregularities.

LAMPROBE COSMETIC PROCEDURES include

  • Unwanted hair
  • Clogged pores
  • Cholesterol deposits
  • Milia (whiteheads)
  • Cherry Angiomas
  • Spider Naevi
  • Telangiectasia (dilated capillaries)
  • Acne pimples
  • Fibromas
  • Skin tags
  • Sebaceous Hyperplasia
  • Sebaceous Cysts
  • Keratosis

 

Questions & Answers

Q: How does the LAMPROBE current differ from that of a laser or hyfrecator?

A: LAMPROBE cosmetic procedures are non-invasive and less powerful, but more precise and more accurate

Q: How does the LAMPROBE differ from other applications?

A: The LAMPROBE’s radio and high frequency current is different form instruments that use Galvanic current, as galvanic current travels through the body, thereby is contraindicative to individuals who are pregnant or using a pacemaker.

The probe itself does not become hot, only the liquids around the probe become heated.

Q: How does the treatment work?

A: Uses radio and high frequency current

Electro-desiccates and electro-coagulates minor irregularities on the skin’s surface

Moisture in the tissue is vaporized

Q: How quick are the LAMPROBE cosmetic treatments and when do you see results?

A: These cosmetic treatments last a few seconds, results are often immediate

Q: How can the LAMPROBE be used with microdermabrasion?

A: After a microdermabrasion treatment, minor skin irregularities will become more visible and LAMPROBE treatments can be performed more effectively

Q: Are there any contra-indications?

A: We don’t treat any skin diseases, flat pigmented skin lesions or open wounds

Q: Are there any side effects or pain associated with LAMPROBE cosmetic treatments

A: Depending on the client’s skin sensitivity there can be minor discomfort

Sensation can be similar to a pinch of the skin

There could possibly be slight scabbing with some treatments

Q: Is there any risks associated with LAMPROBE cosmetic procedures?

A: Scabbing and discoloration may occur as the skin heals

If performed incorrectly or the area is overheated, scarring may result

Q: Is there any particular regimen clients should follow?

A: Clients should keep the area clean and apply an anti-bacterial powder or balm

Q: What type of licensing/ qualifications is required to operate the LAMPROBE?

A: Practitioners must be qualified Therapists or Skin Care Practitioners including Estheticians/Beauty         Therapists, Nurses, PA’s, Physicians and Electrologists