Yes, it does. Don't be frightened or upset, it is expected. Laser hair removal has a
Let's explore this question in detail. When hair grows after laser hair removal:
• You have undergone 2-3 treatments, not 3-10 (full course). The effect of laser hair
removal (regardless of laser type) comes only after a course of procedures. The
number of sessions in one cycle depends on body peculiarities: skin type, hair color,
intensity of hair growth, etc. The course of treatment usually includes 3-10
procedures. If you have had just 1-2 laser hair removal procedures, the effect will be
weak: the hair will grow back
• Blonde fuzz hair may grow back. Most of this hair is normally "asleep", and after
the removal of heavy dark hair, hormones will push fuzz hairs to take on their role.
This is a normal protective reaction of the body. The laser affects the melanin of the
hair. The energy from the laser is captured by the melanin pigment, guiding it to the
root of the hair follicle. The heat from the laser destroys the root. Since there is little
melanin in blond hair, the effect of laser may achieve weaker results. But this only
applies to alexandrite lasers. Diode lasers with longer wavelengths cope with blond
• Protective reaction of our body. After the procedure, new dark stiff hairs may
appear in larger number than there were before laser hair removal. The laser kills
the roots of hair in the active stage of growth. The body loses its natural defence
against cold. Reflexive protective processes are activated: the growth of "dormant"
and underdeveloped hairs is activated. This is a normal and expected process.
Therefore, to get rid of unwanted growth it is necessary to have a course of