LHR burns (Laser hair removal burns)
You shouldn't get treated tomorrow. The burns need addressing and the reason behind them. You have a dark skin type which makes hair removal a bit more difficult. You need to start wound care to minimize scarring and PIH. I would use Biafine and start hydroquinone/Retin A as the blister heal. I would question the experience of the provider and did they have an appropriate laser for your skin type. I would use a 1064 laser for your skin color.
Thank you for your question vjohan. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Laser hair removal can treat various areas on the body. Often times settings are adjusted from one session to another. If the settings are too strong, blisters can form. These can heal with good would care. PIH can be treated with products such as hydroquinone, if necessary. If something new was used an allergic reaction is possible. For example a different gel or numbing cream. Please follow up with your doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!