1. Travel

Articles related to lasers

Lasers For Hair Removal and Skin Treatments - Spas - About.com
Lasers are a popular treatment for hair removal and skin rejuvenation. Find out how lasers work, what they do, and how to get a SAFE laser treatment.
Laser Treatments - Definition of Laser Treatments - Spas - About.com
Definition: Lasers are medical devices that use a direct beam of radiation to penetrate the deeper level of the skin, called the dermis, and create a reaction.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Treatment - Spas - About.com
IPL or intense pulsed light treatments are a popular and effective treatment for broken capillaries and brown spots. IPL is NOT the same as laser.
Lasers - The History of Lasers - Inventors - About.com
Information on laser history including the Ruby and Maser Laser Gordon Gould Arthur Schawlow Theodore Maiman.
Scientific Definition of a Laser - Physics - About.com
Definition: A laser is a device which is built on the principles of quantum mechanics to create a beam of light where all of the photons are in a coherent state ...
How a Laser Works - Inventors - About.com
Lasers are possible because of the way light interacts with electrons. Electrons exist at specific energy levels or states characteristic of that particular atom or ...
Laser Diodes - Components - About.com
Most lasers we see every day are solid state laser diodes, from laser pointers to the lasers used in CD, DVD, and Blu-ray players. The light emitting part of a ...
Green Laser - Green Laser Poses Risk to Airplane Pilots
The U.S. government warned in 2010 that lasers, particularly the powerful green laser, was at best a nuisance and at worst a major risk to pilots and airline ...
The Tools of Laser Eye Surgery - Who Invented LASIK - Inventors
Learn about the history of LASIK eye surgery. It wasn't until the 1970s that lasers were first considered for medical purposes, however, once lasers were ...
Electrolysis or Laser for Upper Lip Hair Removal?
Electrolysis or laser hair removal: What's best for hair removal on the upper lip?
1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10      Next

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.