What is Lasersense®?
Our Investigation + Development + Innovation department has developed this technique for reduction of localized fat by physiologically stimulating the metabolism, offering effective results.
- Without incisions, needles, wounds or scars
- Offers quick and lasting results
- It’s a painless treatment
- Can be combined with other treatments
- Done with a handsfree equipment
Consists of six multipads lipolytic laser diodes with 13 laser diodes each (78 total), plus two singlepads lymphatic laser diodes.
What is his use?
Lasersense® is indicated to be applied in zones where the fat is located, with or without flaccidity, like:
- Double chin
How does Lasersense® works?
Through Fat Biostimulation
Lasersense® uses low power laser diodes (class 3B) of 635-640 nm (red sprites). It has 6 multipads with 13 low power laser diodes each (30mW). The wavelength of 635-640 nm has demonstrated that its capacity to stimulate the adipose cells mitochondria, and the beta-2 receptors in the adipocyte membrane, activating the lipase enzyme, capable of breaking down the triglycerides and transform them into glycerol, fatty acids and water.
Lasersense® stimulates the fat PHYSIOLOGICAL METABOLISM thanks to photolipolysis.
Triglycerides, which occupy 95% of the adipocyte, fall within the molecule fat into free fatty acids, glycerol and water, passing through the outer cell wall through the transport proteins.
Due to the stimulation caused by photolipolysis (low power laser) and the action of Lasersense®, the amount of extracellular water increases significantly, which allows the results to be even better.
Attacking the fat metabolism
Metabolic adipocyte process by Cryosense® . Adipose tissue is composed by cells (adipocytes) that store fat (triglycerides) in semiliquid state (fatty acids, glycerol, and water).
The volume of adipose tissue is a function of the balance between lipogenesis and lipogenesis (triglyceride synthesis from fatty acids and glycerol phosphate) and lipolysis (hydrolysis of triglycerides into free fatty acids). This regulation is possible thanks to the receptors localized in the adipocyte membrane, alpha and beta, which regulate the entry and exit of fatty acids.
– Receptors: entry of free fatty acids into the adipocyte.
– Receptors: transformation of fat into energy.