3 Reasons to Schedule Your Spring Laser Hair Removal Treatment

If you are like most women, shaving during the winter months usually goes by the wayside. You don’t think much about the hair on your legs and underarms when you are wearing long sleeves and pants. Yet with the spring comes a new wardrobe, filled with short sleeve tops and skirts or capris. You will want to look your best during these months, as well as prepare for a summer of lounging by the pool or at the beach. Here are the three top reasons to schedule your spring laser hair removal treatment today.

Multiple Treatments May Be Necessary

In some cases, more than one treatment with laser hair removal is required before shaving is no longer an issue. If you want to be able to spend your summer months shave-free, you will want to start with laser hair removal now. If more than one treatment is required to get the desired results, you will have plenty of time to get the treatments and recover before the summer months hit.

Recovery Time

Laser hair removal is safe and often doesn’t have much recovery time, but it is a good idea to limit your skin’s exposure to the sun immediately after a laser hair removal treatment. Keeping your skin covered as it recovers from the laser treatment is important for maintaining healthy skin and keeping long lasting results. If you schedule your laser hair removal treatments now, it is still cool enough to wear long pants and long sleeved shirts to protect your skin during this recovery.

Spring is Less Busy than Summer

Summer is filled with activities, travel, and get-togethers. The last thing you want to be thinking about in the summer months is shaving or getting laser hair removal treatments. Spring is a much better time to schedule these appointments before the busyness of the warmer months hits with full force.

If you are interested in laser hair removal this spring, contact us today for a consultation and to schedule your first treatment. We can answer all your questions and lay out a treatment plan for all target areas.