Laser hair removal

@article{Ibrahimi2011LaserHR,
  title={Laser hair removal},
  author={O. Ibrahimi and M. Avram and C. Hanke and S. Kilmer and R. Anderson},
  journal={Dermatologic Therapy},
  year={2011},
  volume={24}
}
The extended theory of selective photothermolysis enables the laser surgeon to target and destroy hair follicles, thereby leading to hair removal. Today, laser hair removal (LHR) is the most commonly requested cosmetic procedure in the world and is routinely performed by dermatologists, other physicians, and non‐physician personnel with variable efficacy. The ideal candidate for LHR is fair skinned with dark terminal hair; however, LHR can today be successfully performed in all skin types… Expand
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