10 Things you need to know before getting Laser Hair Removal

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10 Things you need to know before getting Laser Hair Removal

In this article, you will learn about 10 things you need to know before getting laser hair removal. If you’re considering laser hair removal, it pays to study up. I know it’s easy to be lured in by the promise of a stubble-free life, but it’s oh-so important to read up on the facts (and side effects) first – to make sure the treatment is right for you.

1. You need to Shave

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It might look weird to the people who are in a habit of waxing, but if you are getting your hair removed by laser treatment, you must need to shave that area before. Possibly, the best time to shave is about 8-12 hours before the procedure. Essentially, you must shave close to your appointment, but also giving your skin some time to heal from being shaved so it is not too sensitive.

2. Stop other Treatments before Laser Hair Removal

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Ideally you shouldn’t wax, pluck, use depilatory creams or bleach your hair 3 to 6 weeks before your first Laser hair removal in dwarka treatment, and during the rest of your treatment period. If there aren’t any hairs present (because they’ve been waxed) or if the hairs are light (because they’ve been bleached) the laser won’t work on them.

3. Stay out of the Sun

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You do not want to undergo laser hair removal on sunburned skin! In fact, it’s best if you have no tan at all (including making your skin darker using self-tan creams). Try and keep the area out of the sun for at least 4 weeks before the treatment and apply sunblock to exposed areas (which you should be doing anyway…). After your laser treatment, you also need to be cautious about sun exposure.

4. It Might not be Pain Free

Although a lot of systems are advertised as pain-free, different people experience laser hair removal differently. You might experience anything from slight discomfort (often described as an elastic band snapping on your skin) to the pain that’s really quite intense. Generally people with darker skin and people with coarser hair experience more pain.

5. Consider taking Pain Precautions

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If you have sensitive skin and you’re worried about the pain, you can take an oral anti-inflammatory about 30 minutes before your appointment (most therapists recommend ibuprofen). You can even apply a numbing cream to the area before your appointment — if you’d like to go that route, chat to your pharmacist about the best options. Make sure you read the directions on the tube — you need to apply the cream so that it kicks in during your appointment.

6. You must Stick to your Schedule

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Depending on the treatment area, you have to go for repeat treatments every 4-8 weeks. It’s really important that you don’t push your appointments out because the schedule is based on the hair-growth cycle. If you HAVE to miss an appointment, phone your therapist to check when you should reschedule it for, but do what you can not to mess up the schedule

7. You’ll need more than one Session

Placecol told us that most people require 6 to 8 sessions to achieve desired results, but some lucky people may need as few as 4. The good news is that you will start to see hair reduction from your very first session.

8. It’s really, really Quick

The time it takes for treatment depends on the size of the area and your skin type, but the sessions are usually super fast. For instance, if you have fair skin and you’re getting laser hair removal done on your underarms, the laser will only need to be active for 40 seconds and you can go straight back to work afterward.

9. It doesn’t work for Everyone

There’s good news and there’s bad news: the Soprano ICE laser used at Placecol salons is safe to use on all skin types and colors, so a laser hair removal is an option for you if you have dark skin! But it won’t work on hair that is blonde, grey or red.

10. You’ll start seeing Results soon, but your Hair won’t ‘Disappear’

How does Laser Hair Removal work? The laser works by damaging the hair follicle; it doesn’t actually do anything to the hair in that follicle though. After your first appointment, you will leave with exactly the same amount of hair that you came in with.

But after a few days, the targeted hairs that were in the active growth cycle will stop growing and fall out. So you will experience hair reduction from your first session.

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