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No, I don’t think so that hair removal treatment cause any harm to the skin if it is done by experts. Many peoples know that all laser hair removal treatments are the same. But, in reality, it is not. For the information & advice, you should contact your local clinic and book a suitable course of Laser hair removal package in London for you. It is completely safe and can be used anywhere on the body, including the neck, face, arms, back, legs etc.

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Laser hair removal is very safe and reliable with very few side effects. The technology just keeps getting better and better. Look for a dermatologist who specializes and has the latest technology in laser hair removal.

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It does have to be done following your hair's growing cycle. Not all follicles are active at once, which is why you get regrowth after one or two treatments. The dormant follicles aren't targeted, because the hair has to be growing during treatment. But, after a few treatment sessions, you should see good results.

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According to the Skin Care Foundation, the procedure is sometimes used to treat certain forms of precancerous lesions. But in this case, the lasers they use in hair or other skin procedures have a minimal amount of radiation and the minimal amount of radiation they used is based on the surface of your skin. So laser hair removal is safe and effective for most people. As a precaution to others, don't get the procedure near your eyes or during pregnancy and if any rare symptoms occur after the treatment you may see it with your doctor. Lastly, the procedure doesn't guarantee permanent removal. Follow up treatments is a must.

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I guess not, as long as you do it with the professional. Having your waxing needs done by a professional at a waxing salon is your best option for getting a clean wax on any area of your body. So better not do it alone, specially if your doing it on your [cat]. 

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Just to be clear, laser hair removal uses non-ionizing radiation that does not remains at the skin level. It is ionizing radiation that, when it passes through the body can cause damage. There are no studies indicating that non-ionizing radiation in the amount used in a laser hair removal causes cancer.

Hope that helps.

 

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