VIKINI Laser Hair Removal for Fast, Long-Lasting Beauty!
Acne is a skin condition that is very common and so many people suffer from this. This results to spot formation at the face, shoulders, chest and back. Acne could be mild, when it comes in the form of blackheads and whiteheads. There are other severe forms of acne which are cyst and others which may lead to scar formation. The mild form of acne rarely lead to scar formation. The sweat pores allow sweat out of the skin. When the sweat pores become blocked it results to acne.
How Does It Work?
The laser targets the hair follicle just below the skin. When the follicle absorbs the heat from the laser, it gets damaged and stops growing. Because the laser only focuses on the melanin in the hair follicle, there is no long-term harm to the surrounding tissue.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there anything I should avoid before my treatment?
Do not use any sort of tanning products (including tanning beds). If you already have a darker skin tone, use a whitening ointment for two to four weeks beforehand.
How should I prepare for my treatment?
Shave the area you want to be treated two to three days before the procedure. If you are especially sensitive to pain. it may be a good idea to apply a topical numbing cream just before your appointment.
How long will it take?
Depending on the size of the area you want to be treated, you can expect the treatment to take anywhere from five to thirty minutes. (For example, hair removal on the upper lip will take less time than hair removal on the back.)
Will I need to do this more than once?
Because hair growth occurs in cycles, you’ll need a few sessions to ensure the best results. It’s recommended you get about five sessions over a period of six to eight weeks.
Is there anything specific I need to do after my treatment?
You should avoid direct sunlight for about one week to prevent skin discoloration. It’s also recommended that you apply sunscreen on the treated area. Showers are suggested instead of baths or saunas for the time immediately following your treatment.
If any red “dots” or swelling lasts for more than seven days, consult a medical professional.