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Laser - Recovery time seems faster


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Guest Krisina

I was wondering if others have noticed the same thing after laser treatments on their face. 

I have had my seventh treatment on my face for the laser and it only seems to take about four days to recover instead of 10 or 12.  My face, skin, seems to be pretty much back to normal. Maybe i am jumping the gun on this, assuming, and other hairs will exfoliate I don't know about that will need to clear up.  

What has been the experience for others with this, after so many laser reatments?

Krisina

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Guest Krisina

Hi Audrey. I just looked at my face again and I guess it isn't that clear. No, I wasn't referring to the irritation. The irritation is gone. I was referring however to the number of dark hairs that usually sit just under the surface of the skin. The ones I can't shave off or use exfoliates to clear up properly. The hairs I have to wait to come to the surface. It takes me about 10 days til the face is clear of them and exfoliated of the dead hair follicles.

Again I might be jumping the gun on this. My face under a brighter light isn't that clear. It is to me really good though. I was thinking maybe it had something to do with the laser has been doing its job and there aren't that many active dark hairs anymore to be zapped.

Krisina

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Guest Audrey Elizabeth

Oh,haha. Yeah I guess I never really thought of that as recovery. Probably because I have dealt with these darn hairs for so long I just expect it. But now that you mention it, it actually seems like the recovery time is taking longer. But really because there is not much there anymore so what is stands out big. But I think you might agree that when it does recover it is a wonderful feeling. :D

One thing that has shortened is the time it takes to complete each session. Less pain is always a good thing.

Audrey

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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

I've only had 2 sessions and it still seems to take about 2 weeks before I notice areas that aren't as dark as they used to be.

...and like McDonald's, I'm lovin it!

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Same here, about 10-12 days for the hair to fall out. I totally love that it takes less than 5 minutes of treatment :thumbsup:

I've gone 3 times and got amazing results. I'm considering switching to electrolysis now though because I think it might be more cost effective at this point.

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