Tired of tweezing, waxing or shaving? Don’t be embarrassed by stubborn stubble! Introducing the most advanced solution for laser hair removal, the Soprano Ice Platinum by Alma Lasers. Kramer Plastic Surgery is the first in Idaho to offer The Soprano ICE Platinum, the latest generation of hair removal technology that delivers 3 wavelengths in one hand piece. Its’ in-motion technology increases the amount of coverage and improves efficiency by targeting the hair follicle at different depths all at the same time, without the need for numbing creams! Treatments are fast and virtually painless!
The Most Advanced Solution for LASER HAIR REMOVALYou get the efficiency of 3 wavelengths in one applicator!
Treatments are virtually painless and fast, even for large areas!
Treatments can be performed any time of the year!
Treatments are safe for dark or tanned skin!
Treatments are perfect for any area of the body with no down time!
How it worksLaser hair removal treatments targetthe melanin (pigment) of thehair follicle in its active growing phase. The energy from the laser is absorbed by thehair follicle which destroys the hair, causing the hair to fall out and minimizing further growth. The Soprano Ice Platinum uses Diode technology and short pulses at a high repetition rate to deliver 3 different wavelengths in one hand piece; the powerful 755 nm Alexandrite wavelength, the 810 nm wavelength and the YAG 1064 nm wavelength. Each wavelength targets the hair follicle at different depths with different melanin absorption rates. While the laser is delivering heat energy deep into the dermis, the ICE technology is cooling the skin surface allowing for a quick, comfortable and virtually painless treatment. The continuous motion of the applicator ensures full coverage of the treatment area to achieve the best possible clinical results.
Our laser hair packages are designed to target the active hair growth phases every 6 weeks. Most patients achieve their ideal results after 6 sessions. However, individual response may vary and some patients may need touch–up or annual maintenance treatments.