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You love your boyfriend and have learned to live with his excess body hair. Yet, you want him to be happy, and his decision to have his unwanted hair permanently removed gives him more confidence. While he's excited about his upcoming procedure, he may still be a little nervous about how to prepare. Fortunately, this gives you the opportunity to show him your support by using these three tips to help him get ready for his first laser hair removal session.
Tolerate Some Temporary Fuzz
About a month before his treatment, your boyfriend will be instructed to stop using any hair removal technique that removes the hair at the root. This means no waxing, plucking or using depilatories at all on any of the areas that are to be treated. Lasers target hairs at their root, and plucking or waxing could cause those hairs to be missed during the procedure, which could potentially lead to more follow up treatments. Try to remind your boyfriend to leave those hairs alone, and encourage him to keep it up by letting him know that you don't mind the fuzz.
Give Him Some Sunscreen
As a general rule, darker hair on lighter skin gives the best results for laser treatments. While your boyfriend can't do much about how light or dark his natural skin tone is, he can avoid making it darker. Remind your partner to avoid tanning or exposing his skin to the sun for a month before his treatments. If you do plan a trip outdoors, help him slather on the sunscreen, and choose one with the highest SPF you can find.
Plan for Post-Laser Care
While your boyfriend shouldn't be in much pain after the procedure, he still needs to protect his skin. Plan some relaxing activities for the first two days after the procedure since too much physical activity such as going to the gym could irritate his skin. A movie marathon indoors is a great way to spend this time, or you could enjoy a dinner out to celebrate. Finally, remember that your boyfriend should continue to follow the recommendations he did before if he plans to have follow up treatments. Continue to remind him to skip the waxing and plan more fun things to do indoors to prevent his skin from tanning.
Shared experiences are what draw two people closer together. While laser treatments are fairly simple and routine procedures, your boyfriend will love knowing that he had your support through it all. Now that you know how to help him get ready, you can move on to planning a romantic date to the pool or beach to show off his newly smooth skin.Share
20 March 2018