LASER Hair Removal – Do’s & Dont’s

October 20, 2014

Having a beautiful flawless body is no more a luxury but has become a necessity in today’s world. Whether you are a housewife, working women, a sports person or a celebrity everyone require a body that looks confident. Because of the shortage of time, we want a beauty solution that is permanent, cost-effective and harmless.

Unwanted hair is one of the biggest obstacles when it comes to the perfect body. Hair removal methods such as waxing, plucking or shaving are not only expensive but also painful. So it is a better idea to look for any affordable laser hair removal treatment.

Laser hair removal is one of the common process of removing unwanted hair using a laser light that will destroy your hair follicle. This can be done on various parts of the body such as face, neck, chest, back, hands, underarms, bikini line, legs, toes, and feet. Before you processed understand the dos and don’ts while going for laser hair removal treatment.

Do’s while going for Laser Hair Removal Treatment:

  • Do research carefully before settling on any cosmetologist who is performing this process.
    Do ask all required questions and go for a skin test
    Do understand that it works best on dark and light skin
    Do understand that it will take more than one section to get the process completely done.
    Do shave a day before your treatment for best results
    Do have a clear idea about the rates of each section

Don’ts while going for Laser Hair Removal Treatment:

  • Don’t go under direct sun contact without applying sunscreen at least six week before and after treatment.
    Don’t go for any other hair removal method such as waxing, or plucking before treatment.
    Don’t get scared of the treatment pain, because it is definitely less painful than waxing.
    Don’t go for hot bath, swim, steam bath that can lessen the effect of treatment.
    Don’t apply perfume or deodorants that cause irritation.
    Don’t take over-the-counter medicine without consulting your cosmetologist.
    Don’t worry about post treatment irritation, it can be treated.

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