Soprano Ice - Laser Hair Removal
Soprano ICE Laser Hair Removal is the process that involves an intense light (laser) being pulsed over the skin to remove unwanted hair by damaging the hair follicle and inhibiting future hair growth. The most common areas of hair removal are the bikini area, underarms, arms, upper lip, legs, neck, and back. Other areas are chin, beard and jawline, shoulders, chest and abdomen, Nose, neck and ears.
It is important to note the cooling method employed by the laser system as this factors greatly in treatment comfort and safety. Typically 1 of 3 different cooling methods are built into modern laser hair removal systems.
Contact cooling – Through a window cooled by circulating water or another internal coolant. This type of cooling is by far the most efficient method of keeping the epidermis protected since it provides a constant heat sink at the skin surface. Sapphire windows are much more conductive than quartz.
Cryogen spray – Sprayed directly onto the skin immediately before and/or after the laser pulse.
Air cooling – Forced cold air at -34 degrees C.
Contact cooling ICE technology cools the skin surface- preventing skin damage which allows for virtually painless yet highly effective hair removal.
We recommend a course of 6-10 laser hair removal treatments with a gap of between 4 and 8 weeks between each appointment.