Diodes

Some hair lasers have more laser diodes and other have less diodes but more wattage. Still, there are some that have one mega 500mW diode that diffuses. You can't go by number or wattage. As I have said on many of my pages, it depends on your starting voltage of your scalp as well as your body voltage. After the session, the body tends to go back to homeostasis and add or take away electrons where needed. So, it would be your choice to look at your laser and say, "it has 50 diodes at 5mW...... so it's a 250 watt laser device.
It just don't work like that.

Note: Don't just get caught up on the wavelength and wattage. Know if there is a beam splitter. It can look like it has a lot of power and surface coverage if the light is diffused using very few diodes but unless their is enough coverage without the diffusion, this it should be fine. Some lasers are pulsed and only give 50% duty cycles while others are continues laser diodes.

Laser reflection: The laser light must come into contact with the skin. If too much hair is in the way of the diode, there can be too much reflection. (There are now stickers that you can put on the laser where it doesn't matter if there is anything blocking it. You can a thick baseball cap and almost everyone we have tested feels the laser tingle.

Please learn about laser strengths so you know the right power to get so you don't have to press the laser diodes against the skin to push the blood out of the way which can block the penetration. Also know the type of gasses that are in the laser diodes in your hair laser. It can be HeNe or some other gas. There are some with gallium arsenide, which is usually the gas used for creating the invisable light (infrared).
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