What is Vectus?
Vectus laser is a powerful tool that allows aesthetic practitioners to remove unwanted hair in different body areas. This state-of-the-art machine provides painless, high-volume permanent hair reduction for a wide array of skin and hair types. Whether it’s a small or large body area, Vectus laser can safely and effectively remove unwanted hair in less than 5 minutes.
How does Vectus Work?
During Vectus laser hair removal, the light energy penetrates through the skin and reaches the hair follicle and hair shaft. The light is then absorbed by the pigment that gives skin and hair its color (melanin). This in turn causes damage to the hair follicle and impairs its ability to grow hair. For best results, Vectus laser is recommended for hair follicles that are in the active growth phase (anagen) because they have more pigment that will absorb the laser energy.
What are the Advantages of Vectus Laser Hair Removal?
Unlike other hair removal treatments, Vectus offers the following advantages:
What areas can Vectus Laser Hair Removal Treat?
This powerful device can safely and effectively remove hair on the face, chest, back, arms, armpits, legs, and bikini area. Whether it’s coarse back hair or thick underarm hair, Vectus laser can produce equal cosmetic results with no downtime.
|Optic||23 x 38 mm (Large tip); 12 x 12 mm (Small tip)|
|Fluence (max)||20 J/cm2 (Large tip); 100 J/cm2 (Small tip)|
|Pulse width||5 ms to 300 ms|
|Repetition Rate||Up to 3 Hz|
|Peak Power||2200 w (Large tip); 3000 w (Small tip)|
Skintel Melanin Reader
The Skintel Melanin Reader works by assessing the average melanin density in a patient’s skin. This is done before a Vectus laser hair removal in order to achieve better cosmetic results while reducing the risk of overtreatment. The Skintel Melanin Reader provides measurements on a section of skin within the target area and determines the average measurement based on the patient’s Melanin Index value. This data will then be sent to the Vectus laser machine via a wireless connection. The Vectus laser system will then suggest a starting test spot fluence that the laser practitioner will choose.