Generally, clients need about two to six laser treatments in order to completely get rid of hair. You can expect to see about a 10% to 25% reduction in hair after your first treatment. As you continue your treatments, more and more hair will fall out, and you'll notice that it continues to grow back more slowly.
What happens if you wait too long between laser hair removal?
This repeated process leads to permanent hair reduction. However, if appointments are missed or spaced out for too long, such as four months, then on hormonal areas such as face, one may see regrowth.
Are 4 laser sessions enough?
The results vary from patient to patient. The color and thickness of your hair, area treated, type of laser used, and color of your skin all affect the results. You can expect a 10% to 25% reduction in hair after the first treatment. To remove the hair, most patients need 2 to 6 laser treatments.
What to expect after 4 laser hair removal?
The affected area may be red with a raised rash for a few hours to a few days. Regularly holding an ice pack to the skin may help (try a pack of frozen peas wrapped in a tea towel). Your skin will be more sensitive to the sun after laser hair removal.
What happens if I stop laser hair removal after 5 sessions?
If you stop laser hair removal too early, you'll likely be left with something around the percentage that is there now. Once the particular follicle is dead it won't regrow, but new ones can be triggered by hormonal changes.
What happens if you stop laser hair removal treatment?
If you stop treatments after only two sessions, it's likely that only a portion of hair follicles have been affected. You might notice a temporary reduction or delay in hair growth. But it's most likely that the untreated hair will continue to grow as it normally would.