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Laser Hair Removal devices, which ones work and which ones don't live up to their promises

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For the last few years medical technology has come up with very effective and powerful lasers capable of , in just a few sessions, prevent further hair growth permanently or at least reduce it by a large percentage.
Many new and ambitious manufacturers of small at home devices have realized that if they spend large amounts of money on infomercials and costly marketing campaigns which promise the same results as with medical lasers, they can make millions of dollars selling these devices to people that think they'll be saving a lot of money and still get rid of their unwanted hair.
The truth is that in order to get real results, you must use a powerful, dedicated medical laser in the hands of a trained medical professional and each treatment must be done at the hair's antigen stage every 4 to 6 weeks.
Most people purchasing these devices regret spending the money on the device and eventually visit a laser hair removal center to solve their unwanted hair problem.
For those who have already purchased one of these devices and are finding out the hard way that it doesn't work, Tropicalaser centers are offering to credit them the cost of the device towards their laser treatment of 3 or more body parts at any of the Tropicalaser centers.