Hypopigmentation from laser hair removal refers to the lightening of skin due to the laser beam is partially absorbed into the skin instead of being absorbed into the hair follicle. The light rays can ruin or defect the melanin of the skin and by that harm the ability of the body to manufacture skin tone.
Laser hair removal is a non-invasive procedure in which a laser is used to reduce the growth of body hair. It is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures that people undergo to get rid of unwanted hair. In this procedure, a concentrated beam of light is targeted at the melanin (a type of pigment)