After the procedure is complete, you will most likely experience redness and maybe even a little stinging. This generally subsides in about two to four hours. For a few days after the procedure, you might experience some mottled skin or discoloration. These problems, however, will resolve themselves. If you have particularly coarse or thick hair, you might also experience some blistering or crusting. As with the skin discoloration, this will go away on its own within a few days.
You will also notice that hair remains on your skin after the procedure. This is because the procedure does not actually extract the hairs. Rather, it kills them at the root and it can take some time for them to fall out. As time goes on, you will notice a gradual lessening of hair. You should not, however, attempt to pull the hairs out or try to help them along in any way. You will notice right away that you no longer need to shave as often.