How long until you can start wearing deodorant after having laser hair removal on your armpits?

Deoderant. You can use deoderant after 7-10 days.
Immediately. If the treatment had no side effects such as burning of the skin, you can apply deodorant pretty much right after your treatment. However, sometimes the skin may be slightly sensitive, so you may want to wait a little while.

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How long until you can put deodorant and perfume on after laser hair removal?

I would. I would wait at least 24 hours before using deodorant and perfume. Side effects will occur usually in this time period. Read more...
Laser . If no redness or irritation exists on the treated areas then deodorants and perfume should not present a problem. Read more...

Will laser hair removal on my armpits cause itching?

Laser hair removal. Laser hair removal will more likely cause pain that itching. Pain is generally present with application of laser, however, it will quickly resolve. Itching is possible when any inflammation occurs. This may be improved with hydrocortisone cream. I hope this helps. Read more...

Is laser hair removal safe? Especially at areas of vagina and armpits?

Yes. As with any laser treatment there will always be a slight risk of burns but these are frequently treated areas. Read more...
Yes by experienced . Laser hair removal is one of the most common cosmetic procedures performed and therefore you may have heard of some complications such as burns. However, the risks are comparatively low when your procedure is performed by an experienced individual who is familiar with the proper settings. Read more...

I have a swollen lymph node in my armpit (doctor confirmed that is what it is). I want to get laser hair removal in armpits. Is that ok?

No. First things first. If there is a palpable node in axilla that does not represent hidradenitis then origin of node if first needed. One can have a metastatic tumor from arm or chest wall, a lymphoma or inflammatory node from shaving. Once Ca ruled out, one can use laser hair removal. Read more...

I had laser hair removal on my arm and now my mole looks puffed up, could this be a melanoma?

Unlikely. Since hair follicles and moles grow together, likely the laser treatment irritated the hair follicles in the moles. Watch for one month , if still puffy, need to be seen by a dermatologist . Read more...
Unlikely. Laser treatment will not cause a melanoma. The mole I assume was in the area where the hairs were lasered and probably received some of the energy and got a little inflamed. If it were a melanoma , then it would have had to been that way prior to the laser treatment. Read more...

Is it possible for you to put on deodarant afterhaving laser hair removal?

Later that day. Sure. Laser energy is absorbed mainly by the pigment in the shaft of the hair. Energy transferred to the stem cells in the base of the hair follicle kills them. That heat temporarily "opens" up the pores of the skin, but the epidermis should be left intact. You can use deodorant and anti-antiperspirants starting a few hours after your treatment. If you get blisters or crusting, avoid them. Read more...
Wait a bit. LHR can cause burns and skin irritation. you would be best served by waiting at least 24h before applying any occlusive agent. your skin will be a bit cooked from the procedure and i'd recommend some ice and aloe gel then wait a day or two before irritating the skin anymore. Read more...