An initial consultation allow an exchange of views between the patient and the operator, carrying out a medical history and an appropriate physical examination to detect and explore pathological causes from hair growth and possible contraindications.
The patient must understand the procedure, care before and after treatment, and expectations before it.
- Skins of type VI(Black skin).
- Tanned skins (minimum one month from the last exposure).
- Photosensitive Skin.
- Ocular Area.
- Neoplasm Areas.
- Pregnancy, breastfeeding and menstrual period.
- Diabetic patients.
- Immunocompromised patients.
- Patients with herpes.
- Freshly shaved areas (waxes,tweezers, electric, etc.).
Side Effects and Complications:
Laser hair removal is a safe procedure with few side effects. If they occur would be related to any skin phototype, the fluency used, and the patients response to light radiation:
- Pigmentation changes.
- Scares (very rare, due to incorret application).