Medical Spa MD is a community of 28,000+ plastic surgeons, dermatologists, & aesthetic physicians practicing cosmetic medicine worldwide. FREE Medical Spa Deals for Clinicians

About   |   Advertise   |   Press   |   Contact

2nd MD - Boarded US physicians work from anywhere.
Medical Justice
Relentlessly protecting physicians from frivolous lawsuits.

More control of your income, career, and lifestyle as a physician.

Medical Spa MD is a world-wide physician community for clinicians in skin clinics, laser centers and medspas with thousands of physician members around the world. By using this site you agree to our terms of service and fine print.

Cosmetic IPL Laser Reviews & Comparisons > Soprano SHR hairremoval / ELOS / MeDioStar NeXT

I have a question regarding which method to use for skintype IV. I have had over 12 treatments in the facial area, with very poor results and actually an increase of hair (longer and thicker hair) in areas with "normal" hair prior to treatments. Someone told me I should try a method that is special for darker skintypes as this would increase the effect. In the area where I live there are 3 options for treating darker skintypes: Soprano SHR hairremoval / ELOS / MeDioStar NeXT. Which one should I go for? Appretiate all the help I can get as I am getting desperate.

01.3 | Unregistered CommenterDenmark

Dear Friend,

I hold that you shold consider Soprano SHR hair removal, cause one of my customers already bought this machine in India and they tried it, nice perfect, but also expensive!the technology is first pulse heating the follicle, and maintain the heating for a certain while by the fast in motion technology, then NIR starts its work, and promote the collagen reproducing and shrinking, it helps changing the tone and tiny hole on the superficial, in the end, by the lotion massage it haelps to complete the whole treatment. So we think it's a nice procedure, consider my suggestion!

01.7 | Unregistered CommenterSteven

Thank you very much. I tried the Soprano and it seems like it's a good one, although in some areas the hairfollicles didn't fall off like it normally would after a treatment which was a bit disappointing for me.

The treatments with Soprano are, as you mentioned, more expensive. How is the Soprano different from MeDioStar NeXT? For me it sounds like they use the same technique, or am I wrong? The treatments are a bit cheaper with the MeDioStar NeXT.

01.15 | Unregistered CommenterDenmak

Join Medical Spa MD

captcha
MEDICAL SPA MD
Medical Spa MD

A community of dermatologists, plastic surgeons, laser clinics, & skin clinics world wide.

Medical Spa MD is a world-wide community of physicians and clinicians practicing cosmetic medicine. Please read our Terms of Service, Advertising Terms and Privacy Policy.

Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved.

LEGAL NOTICE & TERMS OF SERVICE