Laser remove hair for ever?

Maybe. Laser hair removal is young only about 11 years old so we don't really know the long term reduction in hair. A positive result is an 80% reduction in hair. So far the majority of the time there is minima regrowth at 10 years but in all likelihood if the follicle isn't dead there will be some regrowth in years to come .
Laser hair removal . Laser hair removal is permanent reduction of hair in the treated area. A series of treatments can provide long lasting results.
Probably not. While it is possible to remove hair forever, this is difficult. This depends on the machine, the person doing the procedure and the anatomy involved. The procedure requires damage of the hair follicles, which require repeated treatments and some hair follicles may escape treatment. The typical desire is a long term solution but probably is not forever.

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Is it ok to to remove hair by laser if im ganna give birth in 3 weaks?

No. No, it should not be performed at this point in your pregnant. The ultimate decision is up to you, but it will be difficult to find a physician that will perform this procedure while you are pregnant. It is safer to wait till you have delivered the baby and are no longer breast feeding (if you choose to do that). Read more...

Laser permanently removes the hair? Or is there any chance of reoccurrence? And laser hair removal for people with keloid tendency is safe or not?

Laser Hair Removal. Laser hair removal is very safe, including people with keloids, in experienced hands. We prefer the term "long term hair reduction" as it is hard to permanently remove all hairs. With laser hair removal we see all 3 of (1) permanent hair destruction (2) "stunning" of hair for months/years with eventual regrowth and (3) miniturization of hairs, into peach fuzz, that may eventually change back. Read more...
See below. When properly spaced treatments are used with an effective laser, the hair growth should be slowed considerably or completely arrested. Not all lasers can be safely used in patients of all skin types. Read more...

Does face laser to remove hair cause discoloration & dark pigmentation to the skin? Does it also cause wrinkles/weakness of the skin? Using since 2004

Not usually. BUT different people call different things lasers. If you have a darker skin type then IPL for example (which some call laser but is not) can cause post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Assuming you had the laser hair removal done professionally, ask the person who did it what they used and what can be done now about the pigmentation. Another type of laser (1064 NdYag) perhaps. Good luck! Read more...

I operated painful inflamed bumps on both vulvas. Usually appear every summer, always removed with surgery. Will laser hair removal help?

Doubtful. sound like nabothian or skene's gland cysts. Laser hair removal would not help. Was does your treating surgeon say they are? Best to discuss with your treating doctor re how to prevent recurrence. Hope this was helpful. Best of luck. Dr. R. Read more...

Am having an allergic reaction to laser. I have a very sensitive skin, almost any way to remove hair is hard. Now my skin is full of rash bumps what I do?

Not allergic. Unless you are allergic to the gel or topical anesthetic used , the bumps are more likely inflammatory response to the laser injury. In hair removal, the intent is to destroy the hair follicles without harming the skin but this is difficult in dark skin people. Try some topical cortisone cream. Sometimes using a bleaching cream on the target prior to treatment may reduce the skin injury. Read more...

What is the best way to remove hair on arms and chest for men? Laser too expensive and shaving leaves bumps. Nair?

Maybe. Depilatory agents like Nair can work for some, but the chemicals involved will cause skin redness or allergic reactions in some.Before attempting a large area, test it in a small area and wait a day to see what happends. Waxing ,though painful, is less likely to produce allergic reactions. Read more...
Several means. But for areas as large as you describe waxing or chemical depilatories, like Nair or Nads, isn't unreasonable. You may want to consider waxing as it exposes you to less "harsh" chemicals. Read more...
All available hair. removal techniques have their pros and cons. Only haser hair removal is permanent. Waxing gives longer lasting periods of hair free areas, but nair (and topical products like it) are the cheapest. both can lead to folliculitis. You just have to try each and see which one you prefer. Read more...