Learn about Safyre RF Technology

At Southend Laser we provide Safyre RF treatment, which uses Radiofrequency (RF) therapy, also called radiofrequency skin tightening, which is a nonsurgical method of tightening your skin.

The Safyre treatment involves using RF energy waves to heat the deep layer of your skin known as your dermis. This heat stimulates the production of collagen. Collagen is the most common protein in your body. It creates the framework of your skin and gives your skin its firmness.
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Learn about our Q10 Laser

The Q10 Laser used at Southend Laser Clinic is effective in the removal of tattoo inks from the skin. It is also effective in the removal of unwanted pigmented lesions, as well as stimulating collagen and brightening the skin to achieve a more even tone. Treatment can be tailored to each individual or concern and is suitable for all skin types.

In this article we look at the science behind the Q10 Laser, the treatment applications, and the benefits of Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser treatments.
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Is Laser Hair Removal effective?

Is Laser hair removal better than other treatments is a question that Southend Laser have to answer regularly. As a laser hair removal patient you know there’s isn’t enough praise that can be given with how much of an amazing investment you’ll be giving yourself. Thinking about all that money being wasted on razors, their cartridges and don’t forget to throw in the amount spent on shaving cream it gets put to waste.

Adding everything that is needed truly can become a costly monthly expense. When switching from shaving to waxing I felt it would be a great idea to allow the hair to grow back thinner but every month I’d have to go back again spending £50+ to continue this process over and over again…then once I decided to try Laser Hair Removal it was such a great experience that haven’t gone back to anything else.
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The Science of Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is based on the theory of selective photothermolysis. This theory was developed from the clinical work showing that the hair follicle can selectively absorb energy sufficiently to disable it without causing damage to the surrounding tissue.

In order to achieve this a high powered laser with a wavelength that is highly absorbed by the melanin (dark pigment) that surrounds the hair follicle is required. At the same time the skin must be protected or cooled to prevent it overheating and causing damage.
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How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?

How does laser hair removal work is a question asked by either those interested in Diode Laser Technology, or those thinking about moving away from waxing, shaving or IPL.

An example of a proven and established result driven laser is the Primelase laser hair removal machine, used by Southend Laser, Primelase is designed to offer clinically proven results while maintaining maximum patient safety & comfort.
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