I dont purport to be any kind of expert on laser at all. The dishonest marketing makes it exremely difficult to determine what forms of laser have any effect on what kind of skin and hair, and so when asked, I have only one bit of advice I can pass on, that is Alexandrite lasers seems to work well in competent hands on people with light skin and dark hair, and YAG is preferred for people with darker complexions.
I get people all the time asking me about this laser or that and I have no information for them.I hear mention of things like lightsheer diode lasers and I really cant tell someone what works, or what doesnt.
I’ve seen all spectrum of results from differing types of laser. I\m right now starting a huge case with a girl from out of town who has significant paradoxal laser hair stimulation over her entire torso and face , and she claims scarring from using the wront kind of laser on the wrong skin type.It makes it very difficult to advise someone afflicted like this on even what to expect for electrolysis treatments now after the fact. I’ve had a parade of clients with everything from good laser results, to patchiness, to complete regrowth.
I at one time considered taking a laser technician into my business, but I dont know if I could do it really. I’m wondering if laser has run it’s course? But again, not all people seem to be privvy to lasers success and failure rates. Marketing a product dishonestly, can and will eventually catch up to you.
I dont find myself recommending laser much at all these days to be honest.I cant really make a recommendation, for a product I simply dont have any belief in its success.
It used to be, the snake oil salesmen were eventually run out of town.