Why is Our Laser Hair Removal Effective and Virtually Painless?

Why is Our Laser Hair Removal Effective and Virtually Painless with Soprano Lite?

 

Laser hair removal removes unwanted hair by means of exposure to pulses of laser light that destroy the hair follicle. Before becoming commercially successful in the mid-1990s, It had been performed experimentally for about twenty years or so. In 1998, a group at Massachusetts General Hospital authored one of the first published articles describing laser hair removal. In the dermatology community, the efficacy of laser hair removal is now generally accepted. Using devices designed and priced for consumer self-treatment, laser hair removal is widely practiced even in homes and clinics. Many reviews of laser hair removal methods, safety, and efficacy have been published in the dermatology literature.

The primary principle behind laser hair removal is selective photothermolysis (SPTL), matching a specific wavelength of light and pulse duration to obtain optimal effect on a targeted tissue with minimal impact on surrounding tissue. While not heating the rest of the skin, Lasers can cause localized damage in the area that causes hair growth, the follicle by selectively heating dark target matter, melanin. Dark objects absorb light so that laser energy can be absorbed by dark material in the skin but with much more speed and intensity. This chromophore, or dark target matter, can be artificially introduced or naturally-occurring.

Why is Soprano Lite an effective laser hair removal solution?

Our clinics offer the most comfortable, effective, and Virtually Painless Laser Hair Removal with our state-of-the-art laser system. With ICE tip technology, The Soprano Lite uses a revolutionary 810 nm diode laser hair removal solution.

The most effective treatments every session will be hair-free in fewer sessions than with other generic laser hair removal machines. What does that mean to you? Simple, we use the very best laser machine on the market. The big kicker with these machines is that unlike rather painful IPL, you will find your session to be virtually painless. Our device, the Soprano Lite with an Ice tip technology, is also safe for all ages and skin types 1-6 on the Fitzpatrick chart, almost all skin types.

Eventually, the hair will no longer grow because Soprano uses pulses of infrared diode laser energy in the subdermal layer of skin to heat the hair follicles gradually. The surface of your skin remains cool throughout the treatment with the blend of a patented Dual Chill treatment tip and IN-Motion technology.

These were my most pressing questions:

Why waxing or epilating is inferior to laser hair removal (LHR)?

Laser hair removal is a gentle and pain-free, yet rapid way of effectively removing unwanted hair with long-lasting results. With no more irritated skin and red bumps, it also offers an effective solution to ingrown hairs. You can rest assured because almost all of the body parts can be treated with ease.

Is the procedure painful?

We advise patients that they may feel some discomfort during their treatment. Snapping an elastic band against the skin can cause the sensation. But, many patients who have waxed before often claim a more tolerable pain level. Also, they report the treatment as being way more comfortable than they had expected it to be.

Is LHR Compatible with tanned skin?

Our Clinics can treat both suntanned skin (fake tan and natural tan) and darker skin types all year round. We were being limited for our clients; before, we would only treat tanned skin once it had faded. We have developed a new treatment technique after undertaking extensive research.

We can safely continue with your treatments without having to wait for your suntan to fade because we can avoid the top layers of your skin. This is possible due to the changing wavelength of our laser.

Will you have to top up?

On average, between 10-20% of the hairs are affected with every treatment. Because, each hair will be in a different part of the cycle. To target the next process of hairs every 6-8 weeks, the treatment should be repeated following that.

Will machine usage matter, and which is the one to look out for?

There are various types of laser hair removal systems and machines being used today. They all may differ, but they all work with the same principles behind themOur experts use advanced lasers to be able to treat most hair colors and all skin tones.

The latest in laser hair removal technology is Soprano Ice Laser. This innovative laser makes it preferable for large areas such as the legs and back by providing way faster treatments with three key benefits. Thanks to the cooled laser tip, which cools as it treats, the treatment is virtually painless. Finally, naturally suntanned skin can be safely treated with The Soprano Laser.

Multiple clinical studies prove the treatment to be laser hair removal’s safest method for all skin types, including dark skin, whereby melanin is significantly more sensitive to the heat used in laser treatment.

Is there any skin or areas of the body that are incompatible with LHR?

Generally, if there’s hair, we can treat it. But, there might be very few areas that we can’t treat. We don’t treat below the eyebrow line (We are more careful about how close to the eyes we treat).

Are there any side-effects to look out for?

A little redness, but it dissipates quickly. If our aftercare advice is followed, there are little or no side-effects. There is very little if any recovery time for the treatment. For 24 hours after your treatment, it is recommended to use sunblock on exposed areas. Also, saunas, heat treatments, and direct sun exposure should be avoided.

Are there any adverse considerations to LHR?

Well, It depends on what you will consider being a con or adverse. As it takes multiple sessions to see results, so obviously, you will need to invest some time. However, you can expect to see around 90% permanent reduction in hair after six treatments. So, simply put, you will never have to worry about another treatment again.

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