Use ice or cold compresses
To numb the treatment area. After laser Treatment hairs will removed, you may feel some discomfort, such as a slight sunburn. The area may be slightly swollen or red. Ice and cold compresses are simple ways to relieve this pain. You can use ice or cold compresses immediately after laser treatment, so please put them in the refrigerator before use. Melbourne skin clinic has facial techniques for all skin types.
Wrap ice cubes or cold water in a towel before use
Placing the bag directly on the skin will cause further irritation. Snow on the treatment area at least 3 times a day for 10 minutes until the discomfort disappears. Wait at least one hour. Try using aloe vera to relieve redness and swelling. Many people say that aloe vera helps relieve skin pain, redness and swelling. It is easy to find skin care or sunscreen products in pharmacies. Be sure to store aloe vera gel in the refrigerator for best results. Use fresh aloe vera gel whenever possible because it is more effective.
Apply the Aloe-Vera
Directly to the hair removal area. Wait a few minutes for it to be absorbed by your skin. Once the gel starts to dry, you can remove the aloe vera with a soft damp cloth. However, it is safe to leave a small amount of aloe on the skin. Repeat this process 2-3 times a day until the pain, redness and swelling disappear. If ice packs and aloe vera are ineffective, use painkillers as much as possible. Most people know that using ice packs and using aloe vera will reduce discomfort, but if the pain persists, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers.
Only use over-the-counter pain relievers as directed
You should only use painkillers within one day after laser treatment. If the pain persists after 24 hours, see a doctor. Aspirin is not recommended after laser hair removal because it thins the blood and may extend the healing time. Protect the treatment area from sunlight. Sunlight can irritate the treated area and increase discomfort and redness. The easiest way to avoid this is to avoid exposing the treatment area to direct sunlight. If you go out, be sure to cover the area with clothes. If you have treated your face, please wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
You should also avoid artificial UV radiation sources
Such as tanning beds, until the skin is completely healed and the discomfort, swelling, and redness disappear. Direct exposure to sunlight should be avoided for at least two weeks after laser treatment, but some healthcare professionals recommend avoiding exposure to sunlight for up to 6 weeks. Use sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.
Do not expose the skin to heat
Until the skin has healed completely. Laser treatment uses heat to destroy hair follicles. Overheating of the treatment area may increase skin irritation. Hot water, sauna and steam bath should be kept for at least 48 hours after processing. You can clean the treated area. However, you should stick to cold or warm water to help the affected area heal as quickly as possible.