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After how many sessions of laser hair removal on face wil give significant results?

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Dr. Anifat Balogun
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 29 years experience
LHR face: Depending on the area(s) being treated (color and density of unwanted hair), the type of laser being used, your skin type and sensitivity/tolerance, or underlying hormonal conditions (pcos is one), you may need as little as 4-6 treatments or as many as 10-12 for permanent hair reduction. Have a consultation to discuss expectations, pre-treatment preparation, post-care and treatment intervals.
Dr. Timothy Mountcastle
Plastic Surgery 22 years experience
6 : You need to target the hair in different phases. All hair removal machines should give you a permanent reduction in hair after 6 treatments. Ps it only works on dark hair (hair containing melanin).

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After how many sessions of laser hair removal of face wil give remarkable results?

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Anywhere from 1-6: This can range anywhere from 1-6 sessions.

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