It sounds as though you're reaching the point at which LHR will no longer be cost or time effective. As you continue treatments, the clinician must increase the intensity of the laser within the safety parameters for your skin and hair.
Anything longer than twelve weeks seems far too long unless there is very clearly not enough growth to justify a treatment. Even then, the laser energy is able to target hairs that are growing underneath the skin yet to break past the surface.
You probably won't gain much more past six to eight treatments in total if you wanted to elongate the treatment plan. Evaluate the results at least two months after your final treatment and then find an electrologist to thin the area out if you would like to see further results.
Hi thank you for responding. I have now had my sixth treatment and I am planning to finish up with electrolysis on the coarser areas left on my back.
Admittedly, I was apprehensive about suffering paradoxical hair growth (close to the shoulder areas & lower back) and skeptical about the results of LHR, which is why I let so much time in between treatments to see if I was truly receiving sufficient results. Specifically in between the 4th-5th and 5th-6th treatments.
I can confirm that there was a noticeable reduction between the 5th and 6th treatments and will wait at least 6 months to see what I'm working with before starting electrolysis.