Few. If done correctly, laser hair removal is safe and effective, with few skin changes. Blistering and pigmentary changes can occasionally occur.
Pigment change, scar. Laser hair removal is generally a safe and effective procedure. However complications can occur. These include a change in the pigmentation of the skin, either lighter or darker, and scarring. Darkening of the skin is usually temporary. Patients with a tan and darker skin types are at more risk. See an experienced dermatologist or aesthetic physician in order to minimize risk of complications.