Laser hair removal and Sun interaction
Laser hair removal, which has been practiced worldwide for more than 20 years, is actually a procedure that can be performed in 4 seasons. However, if the person who has the application in the summer months gets tanned, the application cannot be performed successfully and effectively.
In addition, if the application area is not protected with high-factor sunscreen creams, staining and irritation problems are encountered, and permanent deformations such as scars may occur on the skin. The best time for laser epilation, which is especially needed in the summer season and provides great convenience, is the fall or winter season when the sun’s effect is minimized.
The best time is the fall-winter period
Unwanted hair is a cosmetic problem in addition to being a major cause of discomfort for both women and men. Laser hair removal, which is the most effective and permanent solution to solve this problem, works on the principle of preventing hair follicles from producing new hair with the help of laser light concentrated at a single wavelength. One of the most important requirements in laser hair removal is that the application area should not be exposed to the sun…
While much more successful and effective results are obtained if the application area is not exposed to the sun, significant skin problems may occur in the application areas that interact with the sun. For this reason, the best time to start laser epilation is the fall and winter months. In addition to the fact that it is much easier to protect the skin in this period when the effects of the sun are minimal, it is also a separate reason for preference to get a great result in the process until summer.
The period from the beginning of October to March has been accepted as the best time to start laser hair removal. Considering that laser epilation is not a single-session procedure and session intervals, it can be ensured that the procedure, which is started to be applied in October-November, is largely completed by the beginning of summer.