Fact File

We want each and every Laze&Amaze client to have a positive experience, so we steer you around the common tricks and traps, smoke and mirrors that you might have come across in the past with cosmetics and aesthetics laser and devices in the industry…

We don’t claim that the Laze&Amaze products have incredible, huge shot counts that are just made up …

We’ve heard of sales companies who claim to have hair removal lasers which will do 50 million, 100 million shots or in one case 500 million shots!

Laze&Amaze keep things simple – we quote the lifespan of our laser shots as ‘useful shots’ – ones which are delivered in a range of power and with settings that will provide incredible Laze&Amaze results like you’ve seen here today.

We will not quote you shots delivered at minimum power in order to tell you a great big number just to impress you – as you’ll either never actually really reach that number, or you won’t get amazing results by trying to – after all, this won’t get either of us very far and certainly won’t end up in a positive Laze&Amaze experience!

We won’t try to convince you to Laze&Amaze by telling you technical “facts” about Laze&Amaze systems, “facts” which are deigned to confuse you…

We’ve probably got a lot more experience than you have right this second in working with cosmetic lasers, but we won’t take advantage of that – in fact we want to talk to you about it all, so that you can understand more – sharing is caring!

It’s not uncommon for some companies to talk to you about the power of their lasers, suggesting the more ‘powerful’ the laser the greater it is – but it isn’t quite as simple as they would have you believe…

Like the shot count mis-lead above, they’ll say a great big number to impress you – it could be 800 watts, 2000 wats or 5000 watts!  It’s only natural to think that the bigger the number, the stronger the laser, the better the results…



These watts are only part of the picture when it comes to lasering – how well a laser works is not so simple as saying 1,000’s of watts.  A laser with low watts can actually be stronger than a laser with higher watts, believe it or not!

In fact, the strongest, top-of the range Laze&Amaze has a lower watt rating than the weaker, entry level Laze&Amaze!


It’s because the laser component in the top-of the range Laze&Amaze is more efficient, so it creates a more powerful laser beam from using less energy than entry level Laze&Amaze does.

Still confused…give us a call, we’re happy to talk to you through it help you to understand better!

Laze&Amaze is positively amazing for salons and clients – if you’re interested in being even more amazing than we know that you already are… just get in touch!

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