The StarLux 300 is the predecessor to the 500 and both are out of production but there are still plenty of these high performing workhorses available for resale. When it comes to revenue generation, the StarLux system can’t be beat. Following is a direct comparison of the Palomar StarLux 300 vs. StarLux 500.
Anti-aging cosmetic and aesthetic treatments are much in demand. Non-invasive laser treatments have become an extremely popular alternative to cosmetic surgery which is more painful, more expensive and results in more downtime for patients.
Following is a point by point comparison of the Palomar LuxG vs. the MaxG. Of course the MaxG is Palomar’s updated version of the LuxG, so it definitely delivers when it comes to the newest advances in intense pulsed light (IPL) technology.
The unsightly appearance of reticular veins and spider veins are a cause of concern for women of all ages and they often seek treatment to remove or eliminate these veins from their legs.
The Palomar Lux1540 is a powerful fractional non-ablative handpiece that works with both the Palomar StarLux 300 and 500 laser units. The Lux 1540 is highly effective in the removal of acne and surgical scars. The Lux1540 can also be used on all skin types.
If you are just starting out in your medspa business or have just decided to add cosmetic treatment services to your practice, the best option for the first aesthetic laser you invest in would be a system that is versatile and that can provide multiple treatment options. With a multi-purpose cosmetic laser, you will have the ability to generate solid revenues streams for your business.
Two of the most practical units are the Syneron eMax and the Palomar StarLux systems.