Around 2011, laser hair removal technology got really good for skin with melanin. So I felt that was going to be the cure all and it was…for a time. Laser hair removal did reduce the majority of hair on my face. It really helped breakup the density. In addition, it also allowed my skin to begin to heal from hyperpigmentation. However, I’ve had to continue to get laser hair removal treatments over time because I spent so many years tweezing and using chemical removers that my hair growth isn’t consistent. So after a few sessions, the hair in the follicles die but 6 to 12 months later, other follicles that weren’t active start to produce hair. Overall, I’m very happy with the laser hair removal results. I have mostly peach fuzz and small patches of hair here and there. So in between sessions, I typically use a hair removal tool like Finishing Touch Flawless.