Laser hair removal can be another non-invasive cosmetic procedure. Laser hair removal is safe and efficient. The active growth phase is where lasers are most effective. Because individual hairs grow at different speeds, it is necessary to perform four to five treatments to get rid of unwanted hair. Laser treatments may cause discomfort but most patients are able to tolerate them well. 

Sometimes, topical anesthesia may be required for sensitive areas. If there are any side effects, they will be minor. Laser hair removal is performed in most cases at medical spas. Nowadays, a Dialaze machine is used to perform laser hair removal in Hawaii.

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Side effects of laser hair removal can include redness, itching, swelling, and reddening. However, they won't last more than three days. Patients may experience hyperpigmentation and burning in extreme cases. A physician should be consulted if there is an allergic reaction. Lumenis light sheer, the most advanced treatment to remove unwanted hair, is the best. 

Light sheer treatments can be used on all skin types and complexions. They are non-invasive, safe, and long-lasting solutions for unwanted hair. After treatments, you can return to your regular activities immediately. The patient's appearance will change depending on how extensive the procedure was and what skin type they have. 

Minor side effects may occur, if at all. These side effects, if any, may include reddening and swelling around the hair-follicle. This is the expected clinical result and means that the follicle has responded well to treatment. Most people can return to their normal activities within a few days. During your first consultation, you will be informed about the specific treatments and side effects as well as the expected results.