What Makes The Soprano Ice Laser Hair Removal System Different From The Rest?
What makes the Soprano Ice system better than other systems currently in the market is its proprietary Super Hair Removal (SHR) Mode.
SHR works by gradually heating the dermis to a temperature that effectively damages the hair follicles and prevents re-growth, while avoiding injury to the surrounding tissue. A high repetition rate of short pulses are delivered deep into the dermis, achieving high average power and therapeutically effective heat build-up, with comfortable treatments.
The sweeping In-Motion technique of moving the Laser hand piece repeatedly over the treatment area ensures full coverage while ICE technology cools the skin surface-preventing superficial burns and allowing for comfortable, yet highly effective hair removal.
Is SHR Good For Me?
SHR has been proven in multiple clinical studies as the safest method of laser hair removal for all skin types, including dark skin whereby melanin is exponentially more sensitive to the heat used in laser treatment. Hair follicles are damaged not by a single pulse of high energy, but by repetitive short energy pulses. These pulses minimize the risk of burning to the skin, as it is the heat build-up which raises the temperature of the dermis to the level needed for preventing hair growth.
All Skin Types
Rather than exposing the hair follicle to a single high energy pulse which can cause trauma to skin with a high melanin count, SHR gradually heats the skin until the required heat energy is delivered to the hair follicle. This makes SHR the safest laser hair removal option, including for dark skinned clients.
SHR affects the melanin of the skin using a unique method, allowing the procedure to be performed anytime of the year as well as on tanned skin. Additionally, sun exposure is less traumatic to the skin following SHR treatment.
Full Coverage Rate
During SHR treatment, energy is applied over a large grid- not just the region of the hair follicle. The In-Motion technique collectively heats up and damages the hair follicles within the grid, ensuring full coverage and dramatically improving treatment results.