Eye Damage Due to Laser Hair Removal During a laser hair removal treatment, the eyes are at the greatest risk as a result of the radiations that are emitted by the laser machine. The spa you choose to have your treatment should be able to provide protective eye wear that will protect the radiations from reaching the eyes during treatment. The eye wear should be able to withstand the radiation and should not just be ordinary goggles that have been purchased in a beauty shop. Using such will be putting your eyes at risk since they won’t be able to block the radiations because they will not cover the entire surface of the eye. Most laser machines are sold together with protective eye wears, one for the esthetician and the other for the client. If you realize that the esthetician does not have these goggles when you go for a laser hair removal treatment, do not agree to continue with the process as you may end up losing your sight. The area around the eyes should not be treated as it could be very risky to the eyes. This is the reason why the eyebrows cannot be rev=moved through the laser hair removal method. If the esthetician is working on the areas around the eyes, you should ensure that you do not shift the eye wear unless you are told to do so. If you disregard this instruction and choose to shift the eye wear, the radiation might penetrate through the small openings at the edges and will find their way into the eyes. If anything goes wrong and your sight is affected by a laser hair removal treatment, the damage will be irreversible and you will have to live with it for the rest of your life. To avoid such dire consequences, abide by all the instructions given by the esthetician. You will still be able to see what is happening around you even with the goggles on and you, therefore, do not have any reason to remove them before the treatment is over.