The case is pretty simple.
The price I paid is high according to Korean standard (400,000 Korean won)*
The area needed to be treat was small (eyebrows)
The laser itself should be strong (Ablative is strong than non-ablative laser, CO2 is strong than Er)
However, I had zero downtime. My skin was back to normal next morning, no redness and crust. Another dermatologist examined my skin told me the laser used was so weak that is close to useless.
I request follow-up treatments, but customer service refused.
* Moderator Notes: The Korean Ministry of Health’s average international patient price for laser skin treatment is $410 USD (~500,000 Korean won). Domestic Korean patients may pay less than this, but they can also use their national Korean health insurance for skin problems, especially if it’s noted as a medical necessity by the clinic.
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