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Old 05-01-2012, 01:23 AM   #1
 
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Default Is laser hair removal safe on brown skin?

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Is laser hair removal safe and is it permanent? What are the pros and cons? Is it safe to use on brown skin. I am considering to do this because my lips had very ugly hairs.
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In my point laser hair removal is safe, I think there is no need of worry, with the brown skin. There is no problem to use on brown skin. but you are talking about the lip's, it's a most soft and sensitive part of our body, then according to my view you have to talk from your Dr., Only a skin therapist can give the best suggestion in the topic.

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Of course IPL treatment is safe for brown skin. There are many pros and cons about IPL treatments. The treatment is gentle and there is no interruption of routine activities. There are no stitches, cuts or bleeding to worry about. There are some risk factors also associated with ipl treatment like some mild swelling or bruising may occur. Swelling is more common in patients with very red or pink toned skin that are having treatments to reduce redness.
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Lasers are now the gold standard treatment for permanent hair reduction. In the right hands and using the correct machine, laser hair removal is a safe and effective procedure with few if any side effects.sell gold

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Laser hair removal is most popular hair removal*method because of permanent solution it provides. It is only method that provides permanent hair removal.*

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Laser hair removal is safe and permanent Procedure. Don't worry, It is safe on brown skin. I will suggest you to consult with your surgeon and go for it....

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Laser hair removal is the most commonly done procedures all around the world. It beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light, that destroys the hair. 90% of patients have permanent hair loss after three to five sessions.

If you are planning on undergoing laser hair removal, you should limit plucking, waxing, and electrolysis for six weeks before treatment. That's because the laser targets the hairs' roots, which are temporarily removed by waxing or plucking.
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Laser hair removal is a great procedure to eliminate unwanted fuzz on the body. A mane is supposed to grow on your head, but on other parts of the body, furriness is just not attractive.kamagra uk

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Hi all,
Is laser hair removal safe and is it permanent? What are the pros and cons? Is it safe to use on brown skin. I am considering to do this because my lips had very ugly hairs.
Thanks in advance.
There are a lot of medical lasers and light systems for removing hair. Not all lasers are not perfect for all skin types and hair colors. I think Elos laser hair removal system can address brown hair. It uses optical as well as radiofrequency energy for giving lasting results. There would be only less discomforts. Faces, backs, arms, legs, faces, and bikini lines can be treated with this.There are also other systems but i have not much idea about those.

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Its safe i know a lot of people who had done this and they are much confident then before and yup its permanently

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