Soprano Hair Removal - The Facts

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What is Soprano Hair Removal?

Soprano Hair Removal is a laser hair removal treatment which can permanently eliminate hair after a course of treatments. It claims to be virtually pain-free, and the latest Soprano lasers are able to remove even thin, fair hair and work on tanned skin, which has been a problem for other laser hair removal treatments in the past.

The Soprano Hair Removal system uses a diode laser to heat the pigment (melanin) in the hair follicles and so destroy the follicle, without damaging the surrounding tissue. It uses a continual sweeping motion rather than the stop-start pulse method used by many other laser hair removal systems, and the cooling head of the device ensures the skin’s surface remains at a comfortable temperature.

What is involved Soprano Hair Removal?

Soprano hair removal takes between 10 minutes and 2 hours depending on the number and size of areas treated, and should be pain-free, so no anaesthetic is required. You will be able to feel a deep warming massage sensation as the handpiece moves constantly over the treatment area, but there should be no discomfort.

Between 3 and 8 sessions may be recommended for maximum results, but you will need to leave 4-6 weeks between treatments.

What are the risks of Soprano Hair Removal?

Soprano hair removal is a very safe procedure if carried out correctly but there is a minimal risk of blistering and irritation. You should not have Soprano hair removal if you are pregnant or undergoing IVF treatment, or if you have a history of keloid scarring, epilepsy, insulin dependent diabetes, cold sores in the treatment area or very dry, fragile skin. It's also not suitable for people taking anticoagulants or medications that make their skin sensitive to light, or anyone who has had prolonged exposure to the sun or used tanning beds in the month before treatment.

How long will it take me to recover from Soprano Hair Removal?

After your Soprano hair removal treatment the area may be a little red, itchy and bumpy, but this should rapidly subside over the next day or two. You can return to work and normal activities immediately.

What is the cost of Soprano Hair Removal?

Prices for Soprano hair removal range from £45 to £320 per session depending on the number and size of area treated.
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