The Lamprobe is a breakthrough cosmetic innovation that incorporates non-invasive radio and high-frequency technology to treat minor skin abnormalities without penetrating the skin’s surface. The treatment quickly and effectively treat common skin abnormalities, including age spots, keratoses, cherry angiomas, cholesterol deposits, clogged pores, milia, and skin tags.
The Lamprobe uses radio and high-frequency technology, which produces a current that electro-desiccates and electro-coagulates minor skin irregularities. The Lamprobe is applied to the skin for just two to five seconds per spot, effectively vaporizing cells at the desired spot. We not usually treat spots larger than pencils erasers size.
- The renowned LAMPROBE has become exceptionally popular amongst skin care practitioners – from licensed estheticians to medical aesthetic professionals – for the same universal reasons.
- The LAMPROBE treats common minor skin conditions on the skin’s surface that skincare practitioners see daily.
- The LAMPROBE treats these superficial common irregularities NON-invasively and extremely rapidly (3-5 sec), without the need for anesthesia.
- The LAMPROBE delivers instantaneous results in one treatment only.
- The LAMPROBE works effectively on all Fitzpatrick skin types, across all skin tones and ethnicities.
- The LAMPROBE is a proven, unparalleled, and recurring revenue-generator for single-practicing practitioners and larger established facilities.
- The LAMPROBE uniquely assists modern, capable, and skilled skincare practitioners to do their work more effectively and with greater professional satisfaction.
- The LAMPROBE enables professional skincare practitioners to service increasing client demands regarding minor superficial successfully, but perhaps personally bothersome, esthetic-oriented skin conditions such as:
Lamprobe can easily remove these pesky little lesions! Whether you want them removed for aesthetic reasons or if they are causing you irritation or discomfort, this method can permanently remove Skin Tags.
Are there large, hard, white clusters around your eyes? Formally known as xanthelasma, cholesterol deposits under the eyes can develop when you have high levels of triglycerides in your bloodstream or high cholesterol in general. The cholesterol causes small, yellowish bumps to form on the inside corners of the eyelids. Although they are not a health problem, cholesterol deposits can be embarrassing and can act as a visual signal of a potential issue, such as high triglycerides or pre-diabetes. Since the growths can get larger over time, many people prefer to treat the deposits sooner rather than later.
Lamprobe effectively removes the cholesterol deposits without the risks or side effects of other treatment methods such as scarring.
So, whether it’s Skin Tags or some other small skin annoyance that you’re battling, the chances are that Lamprobe may be able to help!
Dermatofibromas are small, harmless growths that appear on the skin. These growths, called nodules, can grow anywhere on the body but are most common on the arms, lower legs, and upper back.
Dermatofibromas are seen in adults but are rare in children. They are more frequent in women than in men and are more common in people with compromised immune systems.
Seborrheic keratosis is a common, harmless, noncancerous growth on the skin. It usually appears as a pale, black, or brown growth on the back, shoulders, chest, or face.
The plural of keratosis is keratoses. Seborrheic keratoses are also known as basal cell papilloma, or seborrheic warts.
Seborrheic keratoses tend to appear from middle-age onwards. Some individuals may have just one, but normally there will be several. Seborrheic keratosis is not contagious.
Thirty percent of people have at least one by the age of 40 years, affecting over 75 percent of people by the age of 70 years.
They are not painful, but they may itch or become irritated. There are four dimensions to consider when describing seborrheic keratosis:
- Location: The growths are most commonly found on the scalp, shoulder, chest, abdomen, or back. They are never found on the soles of the feet or palms of the hands.
- Texture: Lesions usually start as small, rough bumps, and they gradually get thicker and develop a warty surface. They can sometimes appear waxy and “stuck on.”
- Shape: They are usually round or oval.
- Color: Most are brown, but they can be yellow, black, or white.
The lesions are rarely painful, but they can be annoying, depending on their position. It is important not to pick or scratch them, leading to bleeding, swelling, and, potentially, infection.
Sometimes called spider veins, broken capillaries can be especially unsightly on the nose and face. Appearing like a small web-like mapping of veins, broken capillaries are burst vessels towards the surface of your skin that can’t heal, therefore leaving an unsightly mark. The Lamprobe treatment helps by sealing and collapsing these small vessels until they disappear. Sometimes several treatments is required for this type of irregularity. And aftercare is very important with this type of irregularity. No pressure and wetness on the area for first several days will help to have the best results. It is the most stubborn irregularity to get rid off.
If you have small white bumps on your face, especially around your eyes or forehead, you may be suffering from milia. These “whiteheads” develop when keratin, or dead skin cells, become trapped beneath the skin.
Most methods to remove milia focus on dissolving the dead skin cells that form a protective barrier over the pore. This barrier traps the dead skin inside and causes a hard, white bump. Lamprobe is very effective in treating milia because it treats through this barrier to help dry up the lesion and cause it to flake away over a few days.
Tired of a never-ending battle with deeply clogged pores or blackheads? Lamprobe can treat congested pores that have not responded to other treatments like chemical peels or manual extractions.
RAPID TREATMENT WITH INSTANTANEOUS RESULTS
The LAMPROBE is a unique instrument for effectively treating a wide range of common minor skin irregularities™. LAMPROBE treatments are speedy (3-5 seconds), with instantaneous results, in one treatment only.
Skin conditions effectively treated by the LAMPROBE include telangiectasia, milia, cholesterol deposits, clogged pores, cherry angiomas, spider naevi, skin tags, fibromas, pimples, and acne.
NON-INVASIVE WITH MINIMUM DISCOMFORT
The astounding LAMPROBE, developed by Hubert Lam, uses radiofrequency technology to treat minor skin abnormalities without penetrating the skin’s surface.
The discomfort level experienced by the client is tolerable, with the sensation produced feeling much like a tight pinch to the skin. Lamprobe can comfortably treat sensitive skins, thin skins, and aging skins, and intensity settings can adjust easily. No anesthesia is required.
MSI Colour Category System
The LAMPROBE’s new patent-pending MSI Colour Category System features color-coded keys that enable practitioners to easily treat Minor Skin Irregularities™ (MSI) by MSI Colour Category – Vascular, Sebaceous, Kerantinized. Darker skins, qualifying as Fitzpatrick IV-VI Skin Types, can also be treated by this system.
Red circle, for example, the machine’s settings are primed for treating Vascular Conditions, such as Cherry Angiomas, Dilated Capillaries, and Spider Naevi. According to the size and type of condition, settings can be further finessed to a single digit accuracy.
To treat Sebaceous Conditions, such as Milia, Cholesterol Deposits, and Sebaceous Hyperplasia, we use the Yellow circle and adjust if needed from there. LAMPROBE treatment time lasts only seconds! Results are instantaneous.
Lamprobe can treat all skin tones. For darker skin types, qualifying as Fitzpatrick IV-VI Skin types, we press on the Grey circle button and adjust settings appropriately from there if needed.
DISCLAIMER: Minor scarring might remain where the lamprobe removed the skin irregularities. Not always, but a possibility depending o your skin type and intensity of required treatments.
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