Anti-Aging Home-Use Lasers – Are They Worth the Money?

Home use lasers are manufactured to be safe enough that people won’t be constantly burning themselves or causing pigment problems with them. The manufacturers make them to be used by potentially thousands of people. This also means that anti-aging home-use lasers have very little power. Otherwise, people would hurt themselves with it and sue the company, clearly not a desired outcome.

Pros and Cons of Anti-Aging Home-Use Lasers?

So, if you are content to spend a moderate amount of time and money to see little or no visible results, you may be fine to buy it. You would be buying it mostly in the hope that it will have a preventive effect. There is some data/science to support this concept. You’d have to use it consistently over many months/years to know if this was actually a good strategy for you as an individual. It’s also possible that there may be adverse side effects to these devices with daily use, that just haven’t come to light yet.

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Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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