Laser and light-based device manufacturer Alma Lasers has launched a new hair removal device, the Soprano Titanium.
The device features the company’s new Quattro 3D applicator handpiece, which has a spot size of 4cm, and delivers three laser wavelengths: 755 nm, 810 nm and 1064 nm to treat all skin types. It also features a dual connector, enabling two different applicators to be connected to the platform at all times.
According to the company, the device includes a technology called super hair removal, which damages the hair follicle and hinders re-growth whilst preventing injury to the surrounding tissue, meaning that sun exposure is less traumatic following the treatment. It also features a cooling technology called the ICE Plus, which aims to continuously cool the skin and minimise the risk of burns on the skin’s surface, whilst maintaining heat within the dermis where hair follicles are treated.
Incorporated into the device is a new business development tool called the Smart Clinic, which can be controlled from any smartphone, tablet or desktop. The company explains that it offers access to live data, such as statistics, new product information and event invitations.
Lior Dayan, CEO of Alma Lasers said, “We are thrilled to launch Soprano Titanium, reinventing laser hair removal technology by addressing the gold formula of speed- efficacy-comfort. Soprano Titanium demonstrates excellent outcomes for the practitioner, owner and patient, offering 40% shorter and effective treatment time, higher return on investment and extremely comfortable patient experience thanks to the new ICE Plus cooling technology.”
This platform is available in the UK through Alma Lasers distributor, ABC Lasers.