Laser hair removal treatment will not remove hair: Many people believe that laser hair removal completely gets rid of unwanted body hair. The fact is, laser hair removal makes the hair thinner and finer. Such hair will be difficult to notice and will be as though you do not have any hair.
Not all hairs are the same: Laser hair removal will only work on hair that contains pigments. A person who has blonde or grey hair that does not contain any pigment cannot go through a laser hair removal treatment.
Hormonal change can alter the gains of a laser hair removal treatment: If you underwent a laser hair removal during your teenage years, it is likely that the hair will grow back on reaching puberty. If a woman has gone through a laser hair removal and then gets pregnant, the hair will grow back as a result of the hormonal changes brought about by the pregnancy.
Not every part of the body can get lasered: some parts of the body like the eyebrows cannot have the hair removed through the laser process. Every other part of the body can go through the laser hair removal process.
A pregnant woman or any other person who is going through some hormonal changes may have the hair grow back after the laser hair removal process. This, however, does not mean that the laser treatment is not effective; you can still go through another process to get rid of the hair after the hormones have stabilized. This should be after delivery for the expectant mother. You should also consider your type of hair before choosing to go for a laser hair removal treatment as not all types of hair can be effectively removed via the laser method. Look for a professional aesthetician who will advise you on the best method that will work on your hair so that you will not end up wasting your money on a process that cannot work on your type of hair.