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    I have type iii skin i believe and dark hair. i'm looking to get my (male) face done. so obviously the hair is pretty thick.

    i'm looking at a clinic that says they use an apogee elite laser so that seems good from what i've read. but it almost seems too cheap... idk if my face will qualify, but on groupon it says 165 for 3 treatments, large area... could it be a scam?

    anyway hopefully someone can give me an answer about the stimulated regrowth, i'm not too worried from what i've read but just wanted to check for sure.
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    Hey there!!

    I’m also getting my laser hair removal treatments and was pretty apprehensive during initial treatment sessions. I’m skin type II or III and I have thick hair growth on the beard region. My dermatologist from Les CosMedics Clinic, Rajouri Garden, Delhi, provided me safe and reliable treatment.

    There is very rare chance of getting induced hair growth due to laser treatment. A certified dermatologist or cosmetic clinic will offer the safe treatment and right laser tool for the hair removal treatment. Cost may vary from clinic to clinic due to difference in experience and expertise of the dermatologist. My physician is using LightSheer Diode and it is working pretty well on my hair growth. And there is no increased hair growth after the treatment. Hope my answer helped you to get your query sorted.
 
 
 
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