If you’re tired of constantly tweezing, waxing, or shaving unwanted hair on the unlikeliest places you can think of, laser hair removal can be the best option for you. Since the lasers being used for this procedure specifically targets the hair follicles, these may even lead to permanently doing away with unwanted and unappealing body hair.
Having hairless skin doesn’t end with undergoing laser hair removal as you also need to ensure proper care to make the most out of the procedure. After your laser hair removal session, follow these steps in caring for your sensitive and irritated skin, and you can achieve flawless, hairless skin in just after a few months:
Moisturizers and Cool Compresses
It’s only natural for your skin to feel like it’s been sunburned a day or two after the procedure since your hair follicles have been recently fried from the laser. If you can’t bear the pain, applying cool compresses and moisturizers over the affected area may be helpful in reducing or even numbing the pain. Moisturizers and cool compresses act very much like an anesthetic in helping you deal with the sunburn-like pain.
Newly lasered skin is prone to darkening and even damage when exposed to direct sunlight, which renders the treatment ineffective. If you absolutely need to go outside, use a sunscreen with SPF 15, 20, or 50 and above. Putting on sunscreen can help protect the skin from the sun’s harmful rays.
Avoiding Make-Up and Saunas
To help your skin recuperate from the treatment, avoid going to saunas, hot showers, and steam rooms for at least a day or two after the procedure. If you’ve had laser treatment on your face, you may start applying make-up a day after only if your facial skin has not blistered.
Spacing Out Sessions
Though several treatments are recommended to achieve permanent hair loss, it’s not a good idea to undergo two sessions in a month. Give your skin time to heal, and space out your next sessions between four to twelve weeks.
Finally, for a treatment plan that best suits your needs, seek a professional’s advice after undergoing laser hair removal in Tijuana at spas like Baja MediSpa.
How to Look After Your Skin After Laser Hair Removal, Laser Hair Advice
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