The possible side effects from laser hair removal are quite harmless and rare. If the side effects do occur, you should find that they will only last for a few hours to a few days. That being said, let us take a look at what the possible side effects of laser hair removal are;
In this article we will divide the side effects into two groups. Let us take a look at the first group which will be listed under “normal” occurrences:
The more common side effects of laser hair removal are swelling, which usually occurs around the mouth of the follicle; itchiness, which usually happens during the actual laser hair removal treatment; Redness, which can usually last up to three days after treatment, and a little pain. Remember, these side effects are usually only temporary.
The next group of side effects will be grouped under the “rare” occurrences group: Rare side effects of laser hair removal are; the formation of scab on ingrown hairs; pigment change; purple coloring of your skin. This generally happens on the tanned areas; Slight bruising. Once again, all the side effects mentioned above are usually temporary.
If however, you find that the side effects mentioned above last for more than three days in a row, it would be wise to contact the technician that is applying the laser hair removal treatment on you. They might have to change the settings of the laser treatment for your next treatment. Please understand though that the rare side effects mentioned above are . . . well . . . rare.
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