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Is laser hair removal safe?

Before you decide to try laser hair removal, make sure that you have a board-certified dermatologist or licensed nurse practitioner perform the procedure. This is a crucial step in avoiding skin damage and ensuring the procedure done safely. You should also choose an FDA-approved device if you’re considering undergoing the procedure. A list of approved devices can find in the FDA’s 510(k) database.

Laser hair removal may cause redness and sensitivity, especially on sensitive areas. You might feel some discomfort and itchiness, but it should go away within an hour or two. Applying ice packs immediately after treatment can reduce any pain. You should also plan to wear a sun screen of at least SPF 30.

Glow Theory technician will test a small patch of skin before starting the procedure. Pregnant women should not undergo laser hair removal. This is because they are at risk of infection. Also, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers should avoid laser hair removal as there isn’t enough research on its effects on the fetus and nursing baby.

Although side effects are rare, they can occur. In some rare cases, patients may experience blistering, redness, or itching. The treated area may also discolor temporarily. But otherwise, the risks are minimal.

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