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SHR  and  SFR treatments

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Before & After Laser Hair Removal

Before SHR Treatment:

1. Shave

SHR works best during the active anagen growth phase hence no plucking, tweezing or waxing minimum 3 weeks prior to treatment.

MUST shave all areas one day/night before treatment.

2. Avoid

Fake tans minimum 1 week before treatment, must not have any remaining residue at time of appointment to avoid potential burns or irritation.

3. Protect

Skin from direct unprotected sun exposure for 2 weeks prior treatment.

4. Hygiene

SHR in the brazilian or bikini area will not be performed during a menstruation cycle

Please use the sanitising wipes and tissues provided in the SHR Laser room prior to treatment


SHR After Care

1. No Means No

No pools, spas, saunas, or exercising for atleast 24hrs. Hair follicles are prone to sensitivity after treatment hence these activities can potentially allow chlorine and/or bacteria to irritate the skin

No direct unprotected sun exposure for 2 weeks post treatment. SHR Laser Hair Removal can potentially cause photosensitivity resulting in sun damage.

No plucking, tweezing or waxing in between treatments. The hair will naturally dislodge from the follicle. SHR Laser Hair Removal works best when hair is at the active anagen growth phase hence by plucking, tweezing or waxing treatment will not work.

2. Wait

14 days before shaving however best to shave only one day/night before treatment

4 weeks to wax, tweeze or use depilatory creams

7 days before applying fake tan

3. Apply

Avoid potential sun damage by applying a broad spectrum SPF 50+ sunscreen.

If treated areas are highly sensitive after treatment although highly unlikely with SHR Laser Hair Removal,  Skinstitute Laser Aid or Bepanthen Antiseptic Cream is recommended 1-2 times a day for 3 days for antibacterial support and to avoid, reduce or treat any redness, sensitivity or irritation.

4. Exfoliate

3 days after with an aha or bha based exfoliant to encourage hair to expel from the follicle and to help prevent them from becoming an ingrown hair.