Side effects from laser hair removal.

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There are currently no known long-term side effects of laser hair removal. There are only a few temporary side effects that may occur. The most common are skin irritation, including redness and swelling after the procedure. This usually gets better after several hours have passed, or some people find that the skin color in the area affected by the laser light becomes darker or paler. It usually occurs in people with dark skin. And it is even more likely to happen if the laser device is not used properly for that patient UFABET

Laser hair removal is a method of removing unwanted hair by using high-heat laser light to destroy the hair follicles (Hair Follicle) to stop hair growth from coming back in the future. This type of laser hair removal is mostly used on hair on the face, arms, legs, underarms, including hair along the bikini line.

In addition, other less common side effects of laser are as follows:

  • Blisters or hard scabs on the skin This can take up to 10 days to disappear.
  • The skin in the laser-treated area darkens or becomes lighter for several months after receiving laser hair removal.
  • burns, burning skin
  • Severe swelling that may last for about 7 days
  • Form a scar
  • Bruises that may last for up to 15 days

However, patients who are dissatisfied with the treatment results or have any complications should consult their doctor.