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  • Q What are the potential risks and side effects of laser hair removal?

    When laser hair removal machines are used properly—both in function and the using right laser for your skin type—there should be very few side effects. Side effects shouldn’t be worse than the feeling of a minor sunburn for a few days.
    If the machines are used incorrectly, more serious side effects including burning, pigmentation, and scarring could occur. It is important to find an experienced provider to make sure your treatment is done with a machine approved for your skin type and hair color.
  • Q What should I expect during a laser hair removal treatment?

    A During treatment, a laser emits a concentrated beam of light to target the pigment in your hair. The heat from the laser damages hair follicles, preventing hair regrowth. You may feel mild discomfort, like a warm pinprick, as the laser is passed over your skin.
  • Q How should I prepare for laser hair removal?

    You should not wax, tweeze, or pluck hair for at least two weeks before your laser hair removal treatment. Treatments target the root of the hair, and waxing, tweezing, and plucking removes the root and leaves nothing for the laser to target. The day before or the day of your laser hair removal treatment, shave the area you plan to have lasered.
    You should also avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and tanning lotions for several weeks before your treatment.
  • Q Is laser hair removal right for me?

    Laser hair removal is most effective if you have light skin and dark hair, but it works on darker skin as well.
    For individuals with darker skin tones, laser hair removal can be done safely with the right laser.”
    “However, there are many lasers that can cause permanent discoloration of darker skin, so it is recommended that you discuss this with your provider prior to treatment.”
    If your hair is really blond, laser hair removal may not work well for you. You might want to consider electrolysis instead.
  • Q What is laser hair removal?

    Looking to cut back how much time you spend plucking, shaving, and waxing? Laser hair removal is a popular option to reduce unwanted hair on your face, arms, legs, back, bikini area, or underarms.
    However, the name laser hair removal is actually a bit misleading because the FDA says it’s only effective for reducing the amount of hair you have by about 70%, not completely removing it forever. The good news: the hair that does grow back is usually much finer and less noticeable.

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