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Laser Hair Removal for PCOS

The Most Ideal Solution for PCOS

Get the smooth, hair-free skin you’ve been wanting by permanently reducing polycystic ovarian syndrome hair growth with laser hair removal. Dermace Laser Clinic provides a permanent solution to the constant problem of unwanted body hair, painful razor burn, and ingrown hairs. We do this by offering the most advanced, award-winning laser hair removal system, Soprano Ice Platinum by Alma lasers. This ground-breaking technology features trio-clustered technology, and is used by advanced hair removal clinics and leading physicians around the world.

What is PCOS?

Known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, this condition affects 10-15% of women. A common sign of PCOS is excessive hair grwoth on the face, chest or back that is darker and more course (also known as Hirsutism).

Why Soprano Ice Platinum Laser Hair Removal?

The Soprano Ice Platinum laser system combines three laser wavelengths into a single applicator simultaneously treating different tissue depths as well as anatomical structures within the hair follicles. By combining the absorption and penetration levels of three different wavelengths, along with the treatment coverage and comfort of the diode laser, Soprano  Platinum achieves the safest and most comprehensive hair removal treatment available today.It also allows you to treat the widest range of skin tones and hair types quickly and painlessly, all year round.

The Soprano Platinum offers  three  wavelengths for hair removal:

  • Alex Technology: 755nm wavelength offers powerful energy absorption making it ideal for the widest range of hair types and colours, especially light coloured and fine hair.

  • Speed™ Technology: 810nm is the classic wavelength to offer deeper penetration of the hair follicle and high average power, high repetition rate, and a large  spot size for fast treatment.

  • YAG Technology: 1064nm wavelength offers the deepest penetration of the hair follicle making it an optimal solution for darker skin types

Why is Laser Hair Removal Ideal for PCOS?

  • Do More of What You Love. Hair is destroyed at the root and will never grow back, so there’s no need to worry about shaving or tweezing before leaving the house. You’re always ready to go! 

  • Comfortable Treatments. Unlike painful electrolysis, you’ll comfortably remove unwanted hair without having to let it grow out first. Laser treatments, on average, take less than 30 minutes, while electrolysis typically takes several hours, each week, to complete.

  • Medically-proven. Managing the symptoms of PCOS — including hair growth — is a delicate matter that should be done under the guidance of medical professionals to achieve your best results.

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT LASER & PCOS?

"I can't believe what a difference 1 session has made! Coming from someone who suffered from PCOS & excessive hair growth my entire life, laser with you guys has refueled my self-esteem. Thank you so much @dermacelaserclinic"
- Mona 
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    During the chemical peel, you may experience a tingling or mild burning sensation, which is generally well-tolerated.
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