The market for hair removal is worth billions. Although trends and styles have fluctuated over the years, millions still regularly seek waxing, plucking, shaving and laser treatments for their unwanted hair. We spend a great deal of our time on this, for instance shaving your legs for five minutes once a week from the age of 18 to 70 would equate to 225 hours in total! Figures show that we also spend approximately £8000 in a lifetime removing hair, and for ...Read more
A study undertaken for 2013 revealed 88 per cent of women will spend four months of their entire lifetime removing unwanted body hair with a whole range of hair removers including razors, epilators and waxing. Hair removal is becoming a time-consuming effort for most and with the heatwave set to last until next month; hair removal should be the least of your worries! Laser Hair Removal is an alternative to razors and epilators for reducing unwanted hair anywhere on the body for both ...Read more
Some Helpful - Hints & Tips Find out more about the highest tech laser hair removal machines in the industry, Soprano ICE.
Men can have Laser Hair Removal as well
But the treatment is more successful on women than on men, because testosterone makes the hair follicles more resilient. Your therapist can assess your hair type and discuss your expectations.
Darker skin can also be treated with Laser Hair Removal
Paler skin types used to be best for successful treatment, but our Laser Hair Removal machines can now ...Read more
Is Laser Hair Removal Painful? - Fact Or Fiction
Soprano Laser Hair Removal is pain-free – FACT
Soprano laser hair removal is virtually pain-free. You might feel a slight prickling sensation, particularly if the hair is coarse and dark, but for most it simply feels like a warm massage. Some laser hair removal machines can be quite painful for the patient but our Soprano ICE machines eliminate pain.
Men can’t get laser hair removal – FICTION
We see a lot of male patients who want ...Read more
In light of the recent media spotlight over the regulation of cosmetic treatments, more and more people are becoming increasingly concerned about the risks of laser hair removal, particularly regarding burns on the skin. Although complications from laser hair removal will arise across all sectors of the industry (including medical, nursing and beauty), having a sound medical knowledge of laser physics and an understanding of the potential pitfalls of treating different skin types will undoubtedly reduce the risk. If you´re considering laser ...Read more