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As office-in-treatments become more mainstream and professional-grade equipment enters our own bathrooms, interest in high-tech devices grows. One area in particular is growing: the market for laser hair removal is growing at a rate of just under 20% per year. Interest comes mainly from home devices, advanced professional technology and (somewhat) low cost.
But there are precautions with any treatment. In a recent episode of Clean Beauty School, I spoke with Tiffany Clay, MD, a board-certified dermatologist. The episode itself was extensively about hair removal, but we spent a lot of time on lasers in particular.
Although a fan of the Clay method (he himself has received a few treatments and considered it a “gold standard”), he notes that it is not without its imperfections. Here, three things he thinks every patient should know.