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Quick question about laser hair removal on the face?

I just got back home from getting it done (it's my 1st session) and everything went fine but I got a little concerned during the procedure about one thing. I had this thing put over my eyes obviously to cover them from the laser, but I could still see a huge red flash from the laser every time. It was super bright and I'm wondering is it possible for the laser to actually blind you if it happened to be too bright for your eyes? I got a bit freaked out and paranoid about that, and I'm kind of worried about getting it done the next 6 sessions because I don't want to end up damaging my eyes and possibly going blind just because I want some hair removed.


What state do you live in? You should look up the renters rights in your state. I know that in my state, there are certain things that your dwelling must have to be considered liveable. All dwellings must have a working stove and hot water. If the dwelling does not have those things, the landlord has to fix them immediately or put up the renter in reasonable accommodations till they are fixed.
Somewhere in the town or city government offices is an office to whom this should be reported. Start with the health department. Perhaps she should pay for you to be in a motel until your apartment is back to normal.
When it beeps when you unplug it that is because there is an internal battery that is telling you that the power went out. There should be an off switch inside - turn that off to stop the beeping. The other option is to pull out the internal battery when you unplug it.
I'm not Mom, I am Dad. I don't talk to my wife that way and I don't tolerate it from others. And others includes kids. My kid would lose his cell phone, get grounded for at least a week and get a spanking as well. Then I can go to jail and the mouth can go into foster care. If you put up with the mouth at 12, you will have a kid hitting and kicking you be the time he is 15 or 16 years old. You better get a handle on this RIGHT NOW or the Cops will be dealing with him very soon. BTW, spanking is still legal. Some genius in the California State Legislature tried to get a bill through to outlaw it but she was laughed out of town (permanently I hope).

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