Can the diode laser damage the skin?

Diode laser techniques have been tested and do not damage the skin. 
Selective photothermolysis converts light energy into heat, which targets cells, in this case hair bulbs, thereby not harming the surface of the surrounding skin.
What's more, laser hair removal is a tested technique that is carried out by specialised, qualified staff. That is why it does not damage the skin.
The client is always assessed beforehand and any dermatological issues are evaluated.
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