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What are the side effects of laser hair removal?

There are some different side effects after laser hair removal. Most side effects are mild and temporary. Anyone experiencing persistent side effects should consult their dermatologist. Redness and irritation Laser hair removal destroys the hair follicles of the target hair. The body responded to this, and many people experienced redness and irritation in the affected areas. The skin may be stinging or feeling soft and may even swell slightly. The symptoms are usually short-lived. The affected area may look similar to the skin that has just been waxed or plucked. Some dermatologists use local anesthetics to reduce the extent to which human skin responds to the process. After the initial reaction, the stimulation should usually be moderated within a few hours of treatment. Swelling and redness may respond well to ice packs or cool baths. Scarred Some people may experience skin scarring in the affected area. This is usually a minor issue, but it may be inconvenient. Scarring can sometimes lead to scarring or scarring. By taking care of the treated area after laser removal, for example by using a humectant, one can prevent any persistent problems with the treatment. Skin color change Some people may notice a small change in the color of the skin treatment area. After laser hair removal, it may become darker or lighter. People with shallower skin may be more prone to pigmentation changes. People with darker skin may be more prone to lighter pigmentation changes. Over time, these changes tend to disappear and the skin returns to normal. Eye injury The hair removal process involves the use of a powerful laser. This means there is a risk of potentially serious eye damage, especially when the doctor is working on a person's face. Both the person receiving the treatment and the practitioner should wear protective eye equipment to help prevent injury during the procedure. Risk of skin infection As with other cosmetic hair removal methods, diode laser hair removal damage to the hair follicle creates a risk of infection. The affected area should be treated as a wound when the wound heals. People should report any signs of infection to the dermatologist. Finally, if an infection occurs, they should not apply over-the-counter (OTC) antibiotic cream to large areas of the skin.

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