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Red marks on arms after laser hair removal with light sheer diode machine. Is it normal to appear ?

I have red marks on my arms after laser hair removal with light sheer diode has been 2 days since i had the procedure done.i do not have any blisters but marks similar to those as if you would graze your knee .i think she burnt me.i went to a dermatologist and im using nerisona c cream at the moment.i am so worried i look like i have a bad case of the measles but improving.the red marks are not as bad as they were in the first 24hrs.any advice will be appreciated thankyou.AAAAA
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Slight redness and swelling around hair follicles is an indicator of good clinical response and is quite a common effect seen after laser hair reduction. This may persist for two to three days and gradually disappears. At times some people get severe redness after laser session. To treat the same, avoid sun exposure. Do icing of the concerned area and apply a steroid based cream. Hopefully in few days the redness would subside
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Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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