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Why Fall and Winter are the Best Seasons For Lasers

Laser treated skin is more sensitive than normal skin, and this increase in sensilivity lasts up to three months after a procedure. This means after any laser you are at higher risk for sunburns, the return and worsening of sun spots, and experiencing a higher intensity of the UV damage that causes skin cancer. As a result, I ask for a 3-month sun hiatus after any laser treatment. This is much more easily done during the fall and winter monihs when the weather is bad, the sun is further away and often hidden behind clouds, and you're less likely to be outdoors.

What should I do after my First Laser Hair Removal Treatment?


  • Redness & Bumps are normal.

  • Cleanse the area treated gently....

  • No makeup & lotion/moisturizer/deodorant for the first 24 hours.

  • Dead hairs will begin to shed 5-30 days after your treatment...

  • Exfoliate to speed up hair shedding....

  • Avoid the sun.

  • Do not pick/scratch/wax/thread/tweeze the area.

  • Hair growth varies.



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