Laser Hair Removal and Pregnancy
Pregnancy is an exciting time for women, but it can also leave you feeling uncomfortable with the changes to your body. One of the most common pregnancy side effects is an increase in unwanted hair, which can be difficult to manage. Laser hair removal is a popular solution for those looking to reduce or eliminate unwanted hair, but…
Is it safe to have treatments during pregnancy?
The short answer is yes, laser hair removal is generally safe to use during pregnancy. As with any medical procedure, it’s important to consult with your doctor first to ensure that laser hair removal is right for you. There are also a few precautions that you should take when considering laser hair removal during pregnancy. First, since hormones can change during pregnancy, it’s important to make sure that you’re aware of any changes that may occur to your hair growth and texture. This will help you to make an informed decision about whether or not laser hair removal is a good choice. Second, it’s important to communicate with your doctor and laser hair removal technician about any changes that have occurred during your pregnancy. Additionally, it’s important to note that laser hair removal is not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy.
Why is Laser Hair Removal not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy?
Due to the increased risk of skin damage. During pregnancy, hormones can cause skin to become more sensitive than usual, making it more susceptible to burns and other skin complications. Additionally, the increased risk of skin damage is especially high during the first trimester, when the baby is still developing. For these reasons, laser hair removal is not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy.
Why have we decided to postpone any treatments during pregnancy?
Although there are a few studies that have been done on laser hair removal during pregnancy, more research is needed to conclusively prove its safety. Studies that have been conducted so far indicate that laser hair removal during pregnancy is generally safe, with no significant adverse effects reported. However, more research is needed to confirm the safety of laser hair removal during pregnancy. It is also important to note that laser hair removal should only be done under the supervision of a qualified technician. Additionally, it is always important to consult with your doctor before undergoing any medical or cosmetic procedure during pregnancy.
We always choose safety, specially when our decisions not only involves our client but another human growing inside. We do not take chances, we perform safe treatments always. Give Laser Hair Removal a break during your pregnancy, enjoy the process, and do not worry too much about the hair you see growing in certain areas, we will get rid of that later on, we promise.