About the PHILaser Machine
Laser represents a multifunctional device that emits light through the process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. PhiLaser is special because it is the laser of the last generation. It belongs to the group of Q-switch lasers, which means that its impulses have great energy, but they are released in short time intervals( nanoseconds).
The procedure is dependent on the body’s immune and lymphatic system, which absorbs the pigment molecules and removes them from our bodies. To initiate the process, lasers target the colours in the pigment. Pigments have chromospheres, which are responsible for colour. These chromophores each absorb different frequencies of light, then convert the light into heat. When the laser light hits the skin, the laser’s heat destroys the chromophore.
To break up the pigment particle, a thermal expansion must take place in a process called Phytotermolysis (destruction under the heat influence). A laser initiates this expansion, but it must zap the particles in the right way that only half of it heats. When half remains cool, the two opposing forces force the ink particles apart.