LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Laser hair removal is a popular cosmetic procedure using concentrated beams of light (laser) to remove unwanted hair from various body parts. The laser emits a highly focused light absorbed by the pigment (melanin) in the hair follicles, destroying the hair follicle. This prevents further hair growth in the treated area. Laser hair removal is generally considered safe and effective when performed by a skilled and trained professional. However, it’s important to note that results can vary from person to person, and there’s always a possibility of side effects like temporary redness, swelling, or changes in skin pigmentation.
WHY WE LOVE THE SOPRANO TITANIUM
Typically, lasers combine one or two wavelengths to tackle hair growth at its root. However, the Soprano Titanium features exclusive 3D technology and combines the three most effective laser wavelengths for tackling hair growth into a single applicator.
The Soprano titanium is also safe on all skin tones and hair types; everyone should be able to enjoy the benefits of smoother skin.
As the laser combines a laser and cooling technology, it is considered a painless procedure that targets the hair shaft at the root, giving long-lasting results and reducing ingrown hairs.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND SOPRANO
Our laser hair removal system can simultaneously target different tissue depths and anatomical structures within the hair follicle.
By combining the absorption and penetration levels of different wavelengths, extended treatment coverage, increased comfort and low maintenance requirements, Soprano Titanium is the safest and most efficient hair removal treatment available today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Laser hair removal is a treatment we recommend having 6-10 sessions that should be 4-6 weeks apart, depending on the type of hair, the areas you focus on and other factors.
Hair has phases of hair growth:
- Anagen – This is the active growing stage of hair. This is the phase where laser hair removal is most effective. Only 20% of hair is actively growing during one Anagen growth phase, so many sessions are required to ensure all hair is targeted in that stage.
- Catagen – The transition phase is a short phase where our hair follicles stop growing and shrinks in size.
- Telogen – Resting phases: In this phase, laser hair removal would be ineffective as the hair is not visible and is entirely detached from the root. Meaning that laser hair removal would not have the desired impact as for it to be effective, the laser needs to the root of the hair shafts.
- Exogen – The shedding phase extends the telogen stage of hair growth. During the exogen phase, hair is shed. From the scalp, this can be caused by brushing and washing, and it is often typical to see 50- 100 hairs lost in this phase.
Results are typically seen following 8 to 10 treatment sessions. There are a number of factors that can affect the number of treatments you will need, but generally, after each treatment, you will notice a reduction in the number of hairs in the treatment area.