I think my last post on this didn’t show up or became lost. This is serious burning. This was way up in the high range, or she may have had freckles or moles that absorbed too much energy. As someone who went through medical school, I can tell you, this level of pain is felt immediately. It would be nice to hear from her, her experience would be a valuable lesson to those seeking LHR. This is a rarity and even my laser technician wants to know about this, the conditions it happened under, and were anesthetics were used.
LHR is a new rapid method that is used by 1.5 million people. It’s rapidly growing and I know it works first hand. It will render older, slower methods of hair removal obsolete. But like a car or a power tool, in incompetent hands, it’s dangerous like anything else. Research, research, research.