FAQ's - procedure suggestions
- Ask your client to lay flat on your treatment table with their head back and spine straight. The use of a small pillow for comfort is permitted.
- Explain to your client to remain stationary during treatment to receive their best experience.
- Dark clothing prevents laser penetration and bare skin is preferred. However, the use of white undergarments is allowable.
- Remove all eyewear, jewelry, and metal from treatment areas. Contact lenses are fine but clients must wear goggles during treatment.
- Place your Genesis One Laser approximately 3” above the treatment area.
Note: For darker skin, place your laser 6” above the treatment area.
- Each session should be 20-30 minutes.
- Finish each treatment with 15 minutes on the face, unless you already treated the face during the treatment time.
- For pain management or scar tissue, place the laser where the pain is being experienced.
- After treatment is complete, ask your client to dress and then sit comfortably upright in a designated area for approximately 5 minutes. Provide, and ask them to drink, 4-6 ounces of water before leaving the facility.
Note: Clients may have multiple sessions each day, However, it is recommended to wait 30-60 minutes between sessions for the same client. Doing multiple treatments simultaneously (i.e., anti-aging, pain management, etc.) is acceptable and no cooling is necessary for the laser in between sessions.
No protocol, no pain, no needles, no pills, no side effects just light… its simple!
Use Genesis One for temporary relief of muscle and joint pain, arthritis and muscle spasm, relieving stiffness, promoting relaxation of muscle tissue, and to temporarily increase local blood circulation where heat is indicated. Promotes wound healing. FDA Cleared for these usages.
All Genesis One Lasers are Class II Medical Devices, 510K Exempt and FDA Registered. The ILY device type was deemed 510(k) exempt on July 11. 2017
Adhere to laser safety guidelines including safety eyewear. Laser safety requirements should include protective eyewear from visible light from the laser beam to laser radiation. Understanding laser hazard and safe use of lasers is required for use with any laser product and varies depending on laser classification.