GS Laser Hair Removal 10 Thing you need to know So Waxing is never a good time when growing out your GSilk Si-beforehand results in you looking’ like Snuffaluffagus. Shaving is more of an annoyance than anything. That uncomfortable prickle when you haven’t shaved and are wearing jeans? If you’re looking for a more permanent solution for your unwanted hair woes, laser hair removal could be the best service for you.
1. Laser hair removal does not actually work by using magic.
This treatment uses a cosmetic laser that has settings adjusted to both your skin and hair type. The laser fires a concentrated beam of light that’s directed at the pigment in your hair follicles. This kills the follicle at its root, preventing those suckers from growing back.
2. Stay out of the sun before your treatment.
- Blue light treatment: Stay out of the sun for 24-48 hours after treatment
- Chemical peels: Stay out of the sun for at least a few hours after treatment. avoid sun exposure for at least a few hours. Your doctor will advise on sun avoidance times for a light chemical peel vs. a deeper chemical peel.
- Laser hair removal: Since skin may be sensitive after treatment, avoid direct sunlight on your treated areas for at least a few hours, to avoid sunburn and discoloration.
- Microaggression: If your skin is irritated, avoid the sun for a few hours, but there’s no need to stay out of the sun for days.
- Acne treatments for adults and teens: For laser and topical cream solutions, follow your doctor’s advice. Some topical acne creams at prescription strength have warnings about sun sensitivity; follow your doctor’s orders.
3. Shave , don’t wax.
The root of the hair must be present in the follicle for the laser to identify it, so avoid waxing, epilating, use of depilatory creams or anything that might disturb the hair follicle. Instead, shave the treatment area 12-14 hours before your appointment. A clean shave with a sharp razor is must, we don’t want the laser targeting longer hairs that sit above the skin, as this runs the risk of causing burns.
4. Don’t tanning beds, spray tans.
6. Laser hair removal GSilk don’t make your skin glowing after 1st treatment.
7- Don’t use it beside your eyes never.
8- If you want more results!, You need yo be consistent Your hair follicles are on their own growth cycle. People who see the best results typically go in for treatment every four to six weeks .
09. Some hair and skin types can be a little harder to treat!
Dark hair follicles are usually easy to treat because, again, the laser targets the hair’s pigment.
10-Avoid exercise and hot showers
Exercising and hot showers both increase your body temperature, causing your body to sweat and creating a potential breeding ground for bacteria. This could lead to infection or ingrown hairs, so we recommend waiting at least 24 hours after a laser hair removal treatment before attempting any activity that may increase your body temperature and upset the follicles.