Have you tried Alma’s new laser treatment of the Soprano Titanium already? thought it was awesome?
Well, your’e not alone!
A few weeks ago, the prestigious myfacemybody magazine has named it “Best New Treatment of The Year” in the United Kingdom.
The award was announced in a live online broadcast from Las Vegas. The award show featured several other aesthetic industry categories such as “best clinic”, “best aesthetic doctor” and more. Alma Lasers, the developer of the Soprano Titanium professional laser hair removal machine also saw another of its innovations, the ClearLift laser treatment receive an award for “Best Anti-Ageing Treatment of The Year”.
What makes this new laser treatment so special?
The technology behind the Soprano Titanium laser has already been in use with older versions of this laser. Those are the Soprano ICE Platinum and Soprano ICE lasers. Those Soprano laser models also received similar awards in past years. However, for both patient and practitioner, what makes this in essence a whole new laser treatment is that it’s remarkably faster. This new laser treats large areas such as the back, legs or chest in 50% of the time. This means you can be in and out of the laser clinic quickly. Read more here to find out how does it work.
For the upscale beauty clinics in major cities like New York, Paris, Hong Kong & London, reducing treatment times is vital. Real estate and business rent fees have been skyrocketing. This situation requires aesthetic centers to fit as many possible clients in a day’s work. Moreover, patients expect them to keep treatment prices affordable. Those leading clinics must not compromise on safety and quality of treatments so finding one that embodies all such as the new Soprano Titanium is a blessing.
The magazine has given the award to the Soprano Titanium for 2019. It has already gained immense popularity in the UK, Spain, Netherlands and more European markets. However, with the largest hair removal markets such as Argentina, Brazil set to get the Soprano Titanium device in 2020, the popularity is expected to grow tenfold.
Watch this short video courtesy of Lux Institute in Belgium.