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where to start with cosmetic procedures

Cosmetic procedures come in many forms. You can have some procedures done to shape your body or others to remove the damage of time to your face and neck. So, how do you decide which cosmetic procedures you want to have done? This is something that I struggled with for several years before I took the first step of improving my appearance through cosmetic surgery and procedures. I created this blog with the sole purpose of helping others struggling with the decisions that come with having cosmetic procedures performed find the solutions that will best suit their personal needs and desires.

3 Tips For After Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is an excellent way to remove unwanted body hair, however, because it is a medical treatment, there is somewhat of a recovery involved. The area of your body where the hair is removed will be somewhat tender. The more sensitive the skin in this area is, the more tender it will be. Thankfully, there are certain things that you can do to help heal quickly and reduce the pain after laser hair removal. Here are three great tips. 

Use Aloe Vera  

Just as aloe vera is good for your sensitive skin after a sunburn, it is also great for your sensitive skin after laser hair removal. The aloe vera does an excellent job of not only moistening your skin, but also having a cooling effect on it. This cooling effect really soothes the skin and helps to numb a lot of the pain and sensitivity that you are feeling. Also, because aloe vera is easily accessible and very affordable, this isn't going to be a costly or difficult item for you to find. You can place a lot of the aloe vera on the sensitive area at first and then cut it back as your skin becomes less and less sensitive. 

Keep Your Skin Out Of The Sun

It is very important that you keep your skin out of the sun once it has received laser hair removal treatment. The reason for this being that the top layer of your skin has essentially been burned by the laser, thus making it more susceptible to damage from the sun. If you have received laser hair removal on your face or another area that is often exposed to the sun, do your best to cover these areas as much as possible with clothing, hats, glasses, etc. Certain sunscreens are also great for protecting your skin, just make sure that they are first approved by the professional giving you your laser hair removal. 

Use Ice Packs 

If you have used aloe vera on your skin and you are still feeling some discomfort, then you may want to consider using an ice pack. This helps to reduce some of the inflammation in this area and helps to numb the pain a bit. Just make sure you rotate putting the ice pack on and taking it off so that your skin doesn't become too cold and numb. 

Healing from laser hair removal can be more comfortable for you if you use aloe vera on the treated skin, you keep your skin out of the sun, and you use ice packs for additional relief.