Laser hair removal products on sale as effective as ones used by professionals?
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See a professional
It is the best to see a professional for laser hair removal to avoid and minimize the risk of burns and pigmentation. Laser hair removal tools sold for private use are usually not as strong and will not give you desired results. Best of luck
Laser hair removal better by a professional or over the counter treatment
Our treatments at the office are FDA approved for hair removal with a laser on brown or black hair. We do recommend five to six treatments at one month intervals. Having a certified professional is important not only for safety but for expertise and efficacy.
There are many areas and options for men and women. Gentlemen can benefit from laser hair removal on the neck, back of the neck, shoulders, back and even beard. Female patients can do lip, chin, sideburns, underarms, bikini, brazilian, legs and feet.
At our practice we recommend a consultation before beginning treatment for best outcomes.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
Laser Hair Removal
Thank you for your question in regards to laser hair removal. It is best to see a professional when it comes to lasers. To be sure what is best for you, see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment. I hope this helps.
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For best results I always recommend seeing a professional. Laser hair removal does take a series of treatments. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
Home laser hair removal effeciveness?
Though the paid commercials, often times late night when people are most vulnerable to suggestions, mention glowing testimonials, they don't work well and often not at all. They might have some effect in some people for bikini line, but generally have been disappointing. There is no comparison between a $100,000+ worth of state of the art professional laser machine and a $300-$500 home tool. The very low power used can be counterproductive by not "killing" the hair but rather stunting the growth, in which case even future proper high powered laser hair treatments can become less effective and difficult.
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