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#124464 - 08/10/17 09:05 AM Should ALL hairs fall out following a session?
jentate Offline
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I have had 9 treatments done on my bikini area. Normally, after 10-14 days, ALL hairs would fall out and I would be completely hairless until the next treatment.

I recently started laser hair removal on my upper legs, but at a different clinic. It has now been a month since my first treatment. Some hairs have fallen out, but definitely not all. Is this a sign that the practitioner is using the wrong settings on me? Or is it actually normal that not all hairs fall out?

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#124465 - 08/10/17 09:40 AM Re: Should ALL hairs fall out following a session? [Re: jentate]
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Ive never seen anyone where all thehair fell out after every treatment. I once did 12 sessions of laser and that NEVER happened, mind my laser results were terrible.I have that fact to thank, for why I do electrology today.
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#124467 - 08/10/17 11:40 AM Re: Should ALL hairs fall out following a session? [Re: jentate]
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Not surprising. Upper legs (thighs) do not typically respond as well to laser reduction, unlike the lower legs. Ask your laser specialist. Some hairs take about 3 weeks to shed, so observe what happens to you.
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#124475 - 08/10/17 06:18 PM Re: Should ALL hairs fall out following a session? [Re: jentate]
jentate Offline
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Thank you for your responses!
That's good to know - I was not aware that the thighs generally do not respond well to laser reduction. I suppose I will ask my specialist to adjust the settings, then?

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