Your time is valuable. You try your best to save time by using apps, curbside grocery pickup, dry cleaning delivery and so much more. But, have you ever thought of how much time you spend on small lifestyle tasks?
The average woman will spend 70 hours in her lifetime shaving her legs. That’s almost 3 full days of just shaving your legs. Add in the time spent on your underarms, bikini area and any other bodily regions that your maintenance routine covers and the results are baffling! Now that we’ve convinced you that your time is worth it, when is the best time for laser hair removal?
The dreary, damp fall and the frigid winter temperatures are not often associated with bare skin. However, the fall and winter months are the best time for laser hair removal. This is mostly due to the convenience of avoiding the elements and processes that become necessary during the spring and summer time.
The professional administering your treatment will advise on what restrictions to follow weeks before your treatment. Some physicians recommend that you avoid sunlight for approximately 4-6 weeks before you undergo a laser treatment. In addition to avoiding UV lights, you should refrain from waxing or tweezing hair for a period of time as well. However, shaving is very acceptable. In fact, it is recommended that you shave before your treatment in order to encourage new growth in the follicle.
Just as with pre-treatment, during your post-treatment care you should refrain from tweezing or waxing the treated hair. Taking proper precautions to avoid sun exposure is also a best practice for several weeks after the removal procedure.
If you are ready to make the investment to benefit your time, make your laser hair removal appointment today with Dr. Wooming by calling 972-661-5476 or request an appointment online.