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How long does laser hair removal last?

Laser hair removal is a procedure that uses light to damage the follicles that produce hair. The light travels down the hair shaft and causes heat to damage the follicles. The laser will not kill all the follicles, so it may take several sessions to completely remove all hair in the targeted area.

The length of time it takes for hair to regrow after laser hair removal depends on the length of the hair growth cycle and the color of the skin. Generally, people can expect some hair growth a few months after treatment. Those with light complexions should opt for more treatments, as the contrast in pigment makes it easier for the laser to target the hair follicles.

Typically, laser hair removal requires several treatments over two to three months. The laser can target only the anagen phase of the hair follicle. Because the laser targets the follicle at the root, it will take multiple sessions to fully eliminate unwanted hair. If you undergo multiple sessions, the results will last for years. You should schedule follow-up treatments every few months if you want to maintain your results.

Laser hair removal can be effective in treating hair on all body areas. For instance, laser treatments can be effective on the legs and back. Laser treatments leave skin almost hair-free and prevent ingrown hairs. Moreover, laser hair removal is safe. Most people need between six and eight sessions to fully remove unwanted hair.

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