Therapeutic Modalities in Laser Hair Removal Training Course

Although the primary indication of Laser Hair Removal (LHR) is aesthetic removal of unwanted hair in both man and women with hirsutism and hypertrichosis, some dermatological conditions associated with hair follicular pathology as the primary dysfunction can be treat with laser using the same devices of LHR. Disorders associated with follicular inflammation, conditions associated with aberrant hair growth, either congenital or post-surgical, also require permanent hair removal or reduction.

How laser work


Laser-induced damage and epilation of hair follicles is a promising therapy for these disorders.

Lasers for skin treatment work on the theory of “selective photothermolysis. The natural or artificial chromophores absorb monochromatic or broadband electromagnetic radiation of specific wavelengths.

The chromophore employed in laser hair reduction is melanin. Melanin absorbs light in the range of 690 to 1000 nm, and lasers in this range of wavelengths can be effectively used for hair reduction.

In this course participants can learn how laser work and how to do laser to identified disorder of hair follicles and other disorder of the pilosebaceous unit.

Some types of disorders included in this Laser Course

Pseudofoliculitis Barbae

This disorder is usually characterized by small, painful papules and pustules, but it may progress to scarring and keloid formation in some individuals. Laser Treatment is useful option

Poikiloderma of Civatte

This is a benign skin condition characterized by erythematous to brownish patches consisting of superficial atrophy, telangiectasia, and mottled hyperpigmentation seen mainly on the sides of the neck and peripheral face.

Becker’s Nevus

It is due to an overgrowth of the epidermis (upper layers of the skin), pigment cells (melanocytes) and hair follicles.Becker’s Nevus, is treated with 6 sessions


Folliculitis is a fairly common condition; it’s the inflammation of the hair follicle. It can occur anywhere you grow hair, and it can be caused by a number of things: the friction from your clothes, waxing, or shaving.

Axillary Hyperhidrosis

Significant subjective and objective improvement in sweating was observed with monthly sessions of laser technique.

Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a common skin disorder of follicular prominence and erythema that typically affects the proximal extremities.

Pilonidal Sinus

Pilonidal disease is a chronic skin infection in the crease of the buttocks near the coccyx (tailbone).Pilonidal cysts usually occur when hair punctures the skin and then becomes embedded.

Trichostasis Spinulosa

This is a disorder characterized by multiple hairs emerging out of a hyperkeratotic follicular opening, presenting as dark spinous plugs.

Choose the perfect Course

This course is for those professionals with an active license in Florida or other states in the US.
Aesthetic laser professionals and other doctors from foreign countries are welcome.