Proper Skin Care After Removing Laser Hair Removal
The process of removing laser hair loss is that the follicles of the hair under the skin are targeted by the laser and are killed. Killing hair follicles can have a bearing on the skin, which you can easily relieve the consequences of post-laser care. Laser hair removal specialists propose steps that can be easily followed after each laser treatment session after careful care of the skin.
In general, the use of sunscreens can be beneficial for the skin, but it should be noted that the use of this health product after laser hair removal is absolutely necessary. A skin that has recently been treated with laser therapy and its hair removed is highly vulnerable to sunlight. In these conditions, even a few moments of direct sunlight can be harmful to the skin. Because generally the laser hair removing hair uses a range of thermal wavelengths, which is very similar to the solar wavelength. This resemblance to wavelengths is much higher, especially for those with darker skin colors.
In order to minimize exposure to sunlight, it is recommended to use sunscreen with a minimum degree of SPF of 15. Do not forget that the duration of the effect of sunscreen is short, and over time, the creams will disappear from the skin. It is therefore very important to use a sunscreen on your skin at regular intervals. It is advisable to use a sunscreen once again whenever you get out of your home, your workplace and your worn places.
Avoid skin warming
After removing the process of removing excess hair from the laser, you should avoid warming your skin for 24 to 48 hours. Warming of the skin causes opening of the skin cavities and causes discomfort and sensitivity. Therefore, it is advisable not to use warm water baths, hot tubs, steam rooms or saunas in the first days after laser treatment.
Remedy after laser hair loss
You may feel a little discomfort, mild sensation and pain after the laser hair removal treatment in the same area for one or two days. These discomforts are quite natural and can be reduced by some ways to reduce their severity. To reduce the pain, you can use a compress of ice on the laser area. You can also use analgesic ointments to relieve pain in this area. It's best to consult a Laser Therapist who has been providing laser services for the health products you intend to use to improve your skin. You can also contact our experts for more information.
Do not use topical and cosmetics
One of our most important recommendations for patients who have removed their hair by laser by laser is to not use cosmetics as well as topical medications such as anti-acne cream at the laser site after laser treatment. These materials can stimulate the treated area and even block your skin, which will delay your next laser treatment session. The only cosmetics that can be used after using the laser are inorganic cosmetics. Note that you can only use this type of cosmetic that you have used before using laser and make sure your skin is not allergic to them.
Our specialists will be at your disposal throughout the process of removing excess hair from the skin, and will be ready to provide all of the healthcare and counseling of this center to your loved ones with the best quality.