If you have been receiving antibiotics, postpone the photon hair removal procedure until two weeks after taking the last dose.
You can shave first.
Unlike waxing or threading, photon hair removal does not require surface hair. In fact, it is recommended to shave within 12 hours of the photon hair removal, as this will prevent hair from being burned by the laser.
Do not wax or thread
Do not wax or thread your hair for a month before photon swashes, as this can disrupt the natural growth phase of the hair, greatly reducing the effect of photon hair removal.
Clean the skin
Make sure you don't have cosmetics, deodorants, creams or other beauty products on your skin. Over the next few weeks, make sure your skin is moisturized enough.
Wear loose clothes
The clothes you want to choose should make your hair removal feel relaxed and comfortable. You'll also want to minimize any irritation in the area after treatment, and if your bikini or leg has been laser-stripped, skinny jeans are not a good idea.
Protect your skin.
Use extensive sun protection during and within a few weeks of treatment, even indoors. Do not use sunbeds, do not allow yourself to tan, and avoid direct sunlight for a few weeks before and after laser epilation. This will dry your skin and make you more prone to burns. Tanning skin also means that laser hair removal is less effective because dark skin absorbs more laser energy.
After photon sa?disemomotion
Within 2-4 weeks of treatment, you need to avoid direct sunlight and sunbathing. You can use sunscreen, but make sure it has a high sun protection index rating. Treated skin is more sensitive to sunlight than usual, so use a higher SPF than usual.
Avoid hot baths and showers
Avoid showering or bathing in hot water for at least 48 hours after treatment, as this will irritate the skin. Again, do not use the gym or sauna at this time.
Avoid cosmetics and deodorants
Avoid deodorant and cosmetics if you have already had underarms or facial hair removal. Mineral products can be used if necessary, but if irritation occurs, remove them and moisturize with vitamin E to soothe the skin.
It is normal for the skin to be a little itchy, but don't scratch it, because if the skin breaks, the skin will be more delicate and more likely to leave scars.
After the redness subsides, you can gently remove the mass from the area. However, it is important not to do so too soon. Usually, you need to wait at least 1-2 weeks after treatment.
To give your skin a chance to recover, make sure to maintain a period of 4 to 12 weeks during photon hair removal, unless otherwise recommended in your instruction manual. Keep in mind that overtreatment can damage the skin.