Lipo Laser and Lipo LED Reviews: What works? What are the generations? What is the "ideal" wavelength? Diodes or fluence? How many paddles? How to find discounts? I answer it all in this site.
Introduction to Lipo Lasers
Many professionals look towards using lipo laser and LED machines for non-surgical fat reduction methodology. This form of liposuction popularized these devices as well as the multitude of research studies supporting their usage. These studies have shown that introducing laser light to subcutaneous fat in the human body is beneficial and produces positive results. The laser light would have to be high-frequency and use low wavelengths. The human body can adjust itself prior to the exposure to the lipo lasers, when the body temperature increases. The temperature increases if the wavelength is between 900 and 1400 nanometers. Afterwards, the wavelength decreases between 635 and 670 nanometers to drain fat. The body is naturally equipped with a lymph system that will help remove the waste. Fat reduction occurs once the exorbitant amounts of fatty acids have evacuated.
The average patient will need to undergo several sessions during their course of treatment. Usually, it is between 6 and 12 "treatment sessions (depending on the individual). The human bodies have limitations as to how much fat can be removed in a single time period, which is why multiple appointments are necessary. If the machine is used to exceed the body's limitations, the patient can become ill. Usually, scheduled sessions are twice a week. Due to the strength of advanced technology, sessions can be completed in a short amount of time compared to earlier lipolaser machines. Busy clinics choose to purchase the most powerful machines that are available for short sessions and effectiveness; if necessary, that is when clinicians will have patients visit each week. Plus, this allows more patients to be served each day while retaining the comfort and ease for each visitor.
Lipo Laser/LED Machines - Overview of Key Constituents
The primary element of heat (and laser) production mechanism that the lipo laser/ LED machinery is constructed upon are the laser-generating diodes. The quality of lipolaser machines deeply depends upon the diodes because they produce the power - the heat that would eventually remove the fat. Diodes generate laser light, which has a certain wavelength that the machine depends upon for optimal energy. The number of diodes present is what creates fluence; that is how we can determine brightness and how much of the body can be covered.
Lipolaser machines each have many pads, also known as paddles. Machines can have 4 to 24 paddles, depending on the brand and model. Paddle sizes also vary; some are as small as 6" x by 4" (or smaller) and others can be as large as 28"x 12" (or bigger). The patient's body will be strapped with these soft, comfy paddles. Usually the straps are made of Velcro or elastic. A client may lie down on the paddles and have them fitted.
The number of diodes in each paddle varies. The earliest (first) generation of these units produced wavelengths of 660 to 670 nanometers (nm). The second generation produced 650-660 nm wavelengths. Today's generation, which is known as the third generation, produces wavelengths ranging 635 to 640 nm. The younger the generation, the stronger its power. That is why modern lipo laser machines are more preferred by the clinic-owners.
The power of diodes has increased over the years. In each generation, the number of milliwatts per diode has risen. The first generation used 5-10 milliwatt diodes, second generation diodes used 10-20 milliwatts, and third generation diodes contain 20 to 40 milliwatts. Obviously, this is a huge increase during these time periods. Now, patients are safer than ever before.
The laser wavelength determines how much power the a given lipo laser or LED unit contains. These wavelengths are produced by the diodes. Fluence is based on the quantity of diodes present, not the strength of the diodes. Fluence is not related to the strength or power of the machinery. Larger areas of the body are covered by high amounts of fluence. The length of time it takes to incinerate fat from the body is based upon the machine's strength.
The strength of a lipolaser machine is never determined by the number of diodes. The strength and power of any unit comes from the wavelength generated by the constituent diodes. It's not possible to put a couple of diodes containing high wavelengths together to make up one highly potent diode. Shorter wavelengths are stronger and more efficient than longer wavelengths. Shorter wavelengths penetrate the body more effectively, which is why it is favored over longer wavelengths.
A few of the brands and models that I like and recommend
Lipolaser machines are high in price. Prices vary starting as low as $12,000 and up to $90,000. One lipo LED brand that I have found to work very well consistently in my own tests as well as based on reviews from many others, costs around $16,000. When these machines first existed (before technological advancements), the cost of the machinery was exorbitant. Since technology has improved over time, particularly LED and heating technologies, contemporary units are more affordable than their ancestors. Sure, there are still expensive brands and models out there, but the most recent third generation LED devices have a price tag that is under $25,000. Years ago, it was inconceivable that machines would be more affordable.
The first generation lipolasers would cost between $30,000 and $90,000. The majority of the clinics wouldn't be able to pay such amounts of money for a single laser machine. The first and second generations of lipolasers were costly, but could not produce as much power as today's machines. Sessions would take longer and were less effective. Less patients could be taken care of each day. In addition to the disadvantages of earlier machines, these older generation devices would overheat easily. Machines had to be shut off until they were cool enough to be used again.
Today's lipolaser machines are more affordable. I have seen incredible LED machines that cost less than $25,000. One specific model was priced around $11,000; I have received a multitude of positive comments about it! Third generation lipo laser devices are quicker and more potent than earlier generations. When it comes to searching for the best quality, LED machines should include controllers that allow you to adjust session times from as fast as 5 minutes to as slow as 50 minutes. Many contemporary models will have them.
If you are planning to purchase a lipo laser or lipo LED machine, it might be necessary for you to prepare financially. Do not be surprised if you have to spend between $19,000 and $29,000. I suggest saving at least $10,000-$14,000. Yes, there are devices that are outside the (read: much higher than the) aforementioned price range, but usually those machines aren't necessary. If you would like to discuss more, I would be more than happy to talk about this. In fact, a third-generation LED unit at the $14,000 range (after my discounts, that I have arranged for my customers after negotiating with that brand), has been performing amongst the very best that is available today.
I have a vast experience in selling large quantities of different brands and models of these machines. Because of this, I am able to receive a bulk discount on a number of brands and models. I can share discounts with my customers and help them save plenty of money. I am unable to post prices online, so I suggest speak with me directly at 1-888-547-5296. We can talk about specific machines, pricing, and discounts. And it is likely to save a huge amount of money for you.