A clinical study done at the Department of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School, USA has shown that:
- 100% of the patients experience temporary hair loss for a period of at least three months following one laser treatment.
- 89% of the patients had long-term hair loss at one-year follow-up.
- Of the 11% of the patients who did not have long-term hair loss, most had blond hair. Because blond hair contained less melanin than darker hair, and the laser targets pigment, the laser is less effective overall.
- Side effects are very rare. Most common side effects are transient pigment changes which usually occurred in the darker skin types or in patients who had tans at the time of treatment.
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