As winter approaches, this is typically the time we encourage our patients to schedule their laser hair removal treatment. Sessions can take a while, and tanned skin does not respond as well to lasers, so being strategic with your laser hair removal schedule has always been recommended—that is, until today.
The latest development in laser hair removal technology has led to the creation of Alma’s Soprano Titanium Laser. This laser treatment is the only painless laser hair removal option, and is safe for tanned skin, meaning you no longer have to wait until winter. Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa is proud to offer the Soprano Titanium Laser treatments for all our interested patients.
What is Soprano Titanium Laser Hair Removal?
Soprano Titanium Laser Hair Removal is the latest innovation in Alma’s laser treatment options. It is the only clinically proven method of laser hair removal that is nearly painless. It incorporates a unique combination of laser wavelengths and cooling technology to prevent any pain or potential risks. Unlike other laser treatments, Soprano Titanium Laser can be used on dark and tanned skin, so you can start your treatments whenever you like.
How Soprano Titanium Lasers Work
Soprano Titanium Laser is the first ever laser hair removal treatment to combine three laser wavelengths into one simultaneous treatment. These powerful wavelengths target the dermal layers at varying depths, providing a faster, more effective treatment plan. Soprano Titanium utilizes the best of Alma’s previous SHR technology to make Soprano Titanium applicable in three different ways:
Along with a combination of 755nm, 810nm, and 1064nm, Soprano Titanium Laser incorporates a unique ICE Plus technology that minimizes any discomfort. With three wavelengths at once, this laser is faster than ever before on every area of the body—you can treat both arms in under five minutes, both legs in under fifteen, and your entire back in under five minutes.
Regular vs Soprano: The Difference
Shortened Treatment Time
Soprano Titanium has an extra-large spot size which shortens the traditional session time by 40%. No matter the area of treatment you choose, you can expect your treatment to take under fifteen minutes.
Safe for Dark Skin
Many laser treatment options have traditionally been reserved for lighter skin tones since they are prone to causing hyperpigmentation, but Soprano Titanium Lasers gradually heat the skin, reducing the amount of trauma to the area and diminishing the possibility of discoloration.
Traditional laser hair removal methods can take more than a dozen sessions before hair is completely removed. With Soprano Titanium, you can achieve results in 6 – 8 treatments for facial hair and 6 for body hair. This on top of treatment times being cut in half makes Soprano Titanium unlike anything else.
Safe for Every Season
The gradual heating method utilized in Soprano Titanium technology is safe for darker skin, which in turn makes it safe and effective for tanned skin. You no longer need to wait for winter to start your laser hair removal treatment.
Soprano Titanium is the only clinically proven laser hair removal treatment that doesn’t create any pain. The cooling technology coupled with a gradual heating method reduces damage and trauma, meaning your body does not feel negative side effects.
Where to Have Your Soprano Titanium Treatment
Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa is a reputable practice owned and operated by credible physicians. We value providing the most effective and up-to-date treatments that offer you the comfort and confidence you’ve been searching for. If you are in the Greater Milwaukee area and are seeking a permanent hair removal option, schedule a consultation with Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa.
Dr. Deborah Manjoney is a board-certified surgeon and physician with extensive training, including cardiothoracic surgery. She founded the Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in 2002, where she specializes in vein treatments and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. Dr. Manjoney is nationally recognized, having spoken at conferences, received awards, and contributed to medical publications.