The laser beam penetrates to a depth of no more than 4 mm , and acts exclusively on melanin.
Radiation does not damage even the epidermis, let alone internal organs, which are located much deeper.
The laser is also safe for lymph nodes.
It doesn't matter where exactly the hair is removed - this does not affect the depth of radiation penetration.
hair removal has been done for over 30 years, and the technique is constantly being improved. If during this time the negative consequences of such an impact were discovered, statistics about this would be known.
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No, laser hair removal cannot adversely affect reproductive function if you do not have any contraindications for the procedure itself. Let's remember the physical properties of hair removal equipment. The maximum penetration of the laser beam is the border of the dermis and subcutaneous fat (neodymium beam). Consequently, the light will not be able to penetrate to the internal organs, and it will also not be able to directly influence them. Of course, one should take into account the indirect effect in the form of increased blood flow, which always occurs in response to any traumatic effect. With regard to the already existing pathology of the gynecological sphere (fibromas and other neoplasms), this is bad, and such conditions in themselves are direct contraindications to hair removal. Therefore, if there are no contraindications for gynecology, then epilation cannot cause infertility.
No, that's not true. There are many scientific studies that show that laser hair removal is completely harmless. The only thing that can threaten you is getting burns. And then, if your master is adequate, then there will be no burns ...
In essence, if we talk about safety, then in this regard, the armpit area is no different from the bikini area in terms of skin structure. The essence of laser action is that its energy is absorbed by the hair pigment - at this moment the light energy is converted into heat energy, and the hair follicle itself is destroyed when heated. The laser light energy cannot physically penetrate into those areas where the lymph nodes and pelvic organs are located. But it is important to understand that this applies only to high-quality equipment, which has all registration certificates. In particular, this is a certificate of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation and, most importantly, of the American organization FDA. The latter suggests that the device went through a lot of research even before it was used in humans. Diode laser hair removal itself has been used in the world for 15 years, has more than 100 scientific publications that prove its safety.
I do not know if it is theoretically possible to get burns during the procedure, in practice I have not heard of this. And even then, getting burns that interfere with childbirth (i.e., giving powerful scars), it seems to me not real
And there are no more reasons for concern.