Introducing Soprano Ice at TVV Medi Spa

Have you been thinking about getting laser hair removal, but you have heard that it hurts, it stings, it pulls, it burns, or that it takes too long. WRONG! That used to be the case back in the day, but at TVV Medi Spa they have the brand new Soprano Ice laser hair removal. Check it out! No pain, no tugging, no pulling, no stinging, no burning and took just seconds for my arm pits. Pretty Awesome. 

You can also make your appointment or have a consultation today. 994-7500 or click here


The Laser Hair Removal Process: Laser hair removal is based on selective photothermolysis. In layman's terms, when the laser passes over a treatment area specific cells are damaged based on specified wavelengths but leaves other cells undamaged. For hair removal, this means that the laser is set to target hair follicles and damage them to keep new hair from growing. At the same time, other cells, such as those for the skin and surrounding tissue, are left undamaged. The staff at TVV MediSpa are specially trained to ensure the safety and maximum comfort of the procedure for a virtually pain-free process.A laser hair removal session begins with prepping the area for treatment which includes cleansing and applying gel. For TVV MediSpa, it is required that the area to be treated is freshly shaved prior to the session. Let the provider know if you have had any recent procedures to the area to be treated, including waxing or dermabrasion. After being prepped, the laser is passed over the treatment area with gentle swipes.Depending on the size of the area being treated, one session can last from 30 to 90 minutes. Many can immediately return to their normal routine depending on the treatment area. However, it is important to follow any specific post-care instructions that are given. Several sessions may be needed in order to achieve maximum results. This is determined in guidance with the provider.



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