Laser hair removal provides superior results and longevity than other hair removal methods. It uses light energy to target the melanin in the hair just beneath the skin, which stops it from growing in the future. This long-lasting hair removal method can spare you from frequent shaving, waxing, and tweezing, allowing for less ingrown hair and skin irritation. But, how should you care for your skin in between laser hair removal sessions?

Skin Care

Here, we’ll share our top skin care tips for people undergoing laser hair removal. We know that you’ll be thrilled with your smooth, soft skin after laser hair treatment. 

Skin Care Tip #1: Skip Time in The Sun.

After getting laser hair removal, make sure to avoid sun exposure and tanning beds. Getting a tan after having laser hair removal may discolor the skin and even lead to blisters. Sun exposure after the laser treatment can also irritate the skin and increase your risk of sunburn. So, minimize your time in the sun as much as possible, and slather on the sunscreen whenever you have to head outside. 

Skin Care Tip #2: Exfoliate. 

Shedding is a normal stage that occurs after laser hair removal. During this stage, the targeted follicles will fall out. You can take care of your skin at this time by gently exfoliating using a mild exfoliating scrub and a washcloth. Exfoliating will help remove dead skin cells to facilitate the shedding process and leave your skin smooth. 

Skin Care Tip #3: Don’t Use Other Hair Removal Methods. 

After laser hair removal, you should avoid tweezing, plucking, or waxing new hairs that grow in the area that was targeted during the treatment. Doing so could cause damage to the skin and contradict the laser hair removal process. 

If you’re interested in laser hair removal for soft, supple skin, contact Laser Affair today to schedule an appointment.