A lot of our patients often ask about the best time to schedule your laser skin treatment in Carmel. At Phases Skin Care and Laser Center we always tell our patients that you should schedule your laser skin care when it makes the most sense for you. However, there are some key benefits to scheduling your laser treatments in the fall.
1. It’s the season of long sleeves
After completing your laser skin treatment it’s important to protect your skin from sun exposure. This is especially important after your deep laser resurfacing and more intense laser treatments. In the fall we’re often wearing longer sleeves and clothes with more coverage. It’s naturally easier to protect your skin in the fall!
2.You’ll be getting less sun
Coupled with long sleeves, shorter days with less sunlight also make it easier to avoid sun exposure. Your skin is often more sensitive to sunlight after getting laser treatments, especially ones like HALO, so it’s important to be extra vigilant about protecting it. And as always, wear your SPF! Yes, even in the fall.
3. Cooler temps means more time indoors
The fall and winter are times when we tend to spend more time indoors, which is great because some of our more intense laser treatments do require a little bit of recovery time. It’s a great excuse to cuddle up and binge your latest Netflix find.
4. Some lasers require multiple treatments
Sometimes, multiple sessions are necessary to achieve the best results from your laser skin treatments or laser hair removal.
Reach out to Phases to schedule your laser skin treatment in Carmel!
Our team of medical aestheticians is here for you all year round with recommendations on treatments and products to improve your skin care. Whether you’re trying to choose between BBL vs IPL or looking for body contouring, we’re here to help you reach your aesthetic goals!
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