laser hair removal is permanent?

@mlla24 (841)
Mexico
January 22, 2011 8:40pm CST
yes or not, can cause some side effects?
4 responses
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
hi, i think yes, because till the roots will the effect of that laser.
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@mlla24 (841)
• Mexico
30 Jan 11
in how many time? do you think?
• United States
23 Jan 11
Well my cousins did laser hair removal years ago and they are happy with the result. Laser Hair removal is practically new so its too early to know about the side effects. If you get laser hair removal done on your legs you must cover it from the sun for about 1 to 2 years. Laser hair removal is permanent but you need to do many expensive treatments and hide it from the sun. You will still have a few wisps of hair but you can easily shave that off
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@mlla24 (841)
• Mexico
26 Jan 11
i actually use the laser and i good but i dont if a permanet.
• Mexico
23 Jan 11
Hello Mlla24! I'm not an expert in this area and someone maybe could give you a better response, but I'll share my experience. I had laser for a few months on my armhole and legs and they actually burned my skin, my legs now look fine, but in the axilla my skin is a lot darker. And in both I am more hairy now, but I've heard that's because I didn't finish the treatment completely for my injuries. I couldn't demand for something they made me sign up for. Well, I have sensitive skin, so if you don't, this won't happen... But I think it can cause cancer on skin also, you really should ask a dermatologist because it is a BIG deal! Good night!
@mlla24 (841)
• Mexico
26 Jan 11
ok my friend thanks for the information.
@dellmore (85)
• United States
23 Jan 11
unfortionately it's not permanent. a lot of people that get laser hair removal end up getting it all over again. My cousin actually does this procedure and the only side effects that she knows of are itching, redness, swelling at the treatment area. To reduce side effects keep moist and keep out of sunlight.
@mlla24 (841)
• Mexico
26 Jan 11
thanks for the information.