Laser hair removal allows you to remove unwanted body hair effectively. The laser targets the pigment in hair follicles and impairs regrow. Most people need 6-8 treatment sessions spaced 4-6 weeks apart for the highest results. Once you complete the recommended number of laser sessions, you will enjoy smooth, hair-free skin for a long time. Take care of your skin properly after laser hair removal to maintain the results.
Using exfoliation on your skin helps remove dead skin cells. It destroys hair follicle pigment when you undergo laser hair removal treatments. In the process, the top layer of skin gets damaged. If these dead skin cells don’t shed, they make your skin look dull. Exfoliating 2-3 times a week gently removes this layer revealing the fresh, radiant skin underneath. Exfoliating with a body scrub or loofah is a great way to remove dead skin.
Laser treatments leave skin feeling dry and tight. Your skin becomes flaky or scaly if it lacks adequate moisture. Make sure your skin is moisturized daily with a rich, fragrance-free moisturizer. Using moisturizers containing hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and dimethicone is the most effective way to keep your skin hydrated. Apply a moisturizer immediately after bathing when your skin is damp, to seal in the moisture. Focus on areas that feel especially dry. With very dry skin, you may need moisturizer 2-3 times a day.
Avoid direct sun exposure
Exposure to UV rays damages your skin and triggers pigmentation changes after Depilazione Laser Treviso. The treated areas may develop darker discoloration when exposed to the sun. It is best to minimize direct sun exposure for a few weeks post-treatment. Wear sunscreen with higher whenever you step out. Cover up with protective clothing and hats. If possible, avoid going out during peak sun hours. If you cannot avoid the sun, reapply sunscreen every 2 hours to protect your skin.
Wax don’t shave
Shaving irritates the skin and causes ingrown hairs. It leads to infection or pigmentation in the treated areas. So, avoid shaving and opt for hair removal methods like waxing instead. Waxing pulls hair out from the roots without irritating the skin too much. Just give your skin some time to heal between laser sessions before you wax. Avoid waxing for at least 2 weeks pre and post-laser treatment. You resume waxing once the skin is no longer sensitive.
Use a mild, fragrance-free cleanser rather than regular soaps to wash your skin. Soaps strip away natural oils and leave skin dry. Opt for a gentle face wash or cleansing lotion and lukewarm water to cleanse your skin. Avoid cleansers containing salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, or retinol close to your laser session as they can inflame the skin. Laser hair removal leaves skin sensitive for some time. Protect your investment in this treatment by caring diligently for your skin during the recovery period. Patiently stick to a proper skincare routine, and your hair-free skin will stay soft and glowing for longer.