Painless laser treatment

Laser treatment is effective for hair removal, to reduce wrinkles as well as for removal of tattoos. Laser treatment may, however, be an extremely painful experience, and especially if the treatment is done in the face. Below, you can read more about how you can reduce the pain by using a numbing cream, and you can also learn more on how laser treatment works and takes place.


Who chooses laser treatments, and is it something for you?

More and more people choose to have laser treatments for a variety of reasons, which is why the treatment has become extremely popular. Both because it is effective, but also because a laser treatment can be performed on virtually everyone.

Laser treatment is often chosen in connection with:

  • Unwanted hair
  • Spider veins
  • Wrinkles
  • Unwanted tattoos
  • Pigment changes
  • Sagging skin
  • Acne and acne scars
  • Stretch marks

Treatment with laser is both effective and gentle, and requires no restitution. If you are in doubt about whether your problem can be solved with a laser treatment, most clinics offer a free consultation where they can assess whether the laser can fix your problem or not. You can also choose to go through your doctor, who can help with advice and a possible reference to a clinic, which can do the laser treatments.


How laser treatment works

Laser treatment consists of pure, concentrated light energy. Therefore, a treatment is also free of unwanted and harmful substances making the treatment gentle for both you and the environment.

Regardless of the type of laser treatment you need to have done, the treatment will start with a thin layer of gel being smeared on the area, which will be exposed to laser. The gel helps to guide the light from the laser into the skin. The laser emits a brief glimpse of strong light that is absorbed in the blood vessels, hair, pigment and even sun-damaged skin.


Laser treatment for hair removal

When you have a laser treatment, because of unwanted hair growth, the laser will go in and destroy the hair follicle. This prevents new hair from growing out, and provides you with permanent hair removal. Your skin will be soft and you do not have to expose your skin weekly to malicious razors that both irritate your skin and often provide scratches and wounds.


Laser treatment of acne, acne scars, wrinkles, sagging skin, stretch marks, skin rejuvenation, spider veins and pigment changes

In connection with the above-mentioned problems, the laser beam will go in and stimulate the skin’s cells. In that way, new skin cells are formed and they will replace the old damaged cells. This type of laser processing works both in the upper and the subcutaneous tissue. By this type of treatment, the results will not last forever, but it is effective and lasts for a long time. Treatment with laser lasts even longer if you treat the skin properly and generally live a healthy lifestyle with exercise and a healthy and balanced diet.

It might seem to be too good to be true. Even though laser treatment is gentle to your skin, it is still a very painful treatment, which thankfully hurts the most when it is being carried out. However, you can do some things that will reduce the feeling of pain during the treatment. You can do this by using a numbing cream.


Avoid pain when you need to have laser treatment done

It can be a painful experience to undergo a laser treatment. Therefore, it can also be a good idea to make certain reservations before doing the treatment. If you want to lessen the pain as much as possible, use a numbing cream.


How to use numbing cream in connection with laser treatment

The No Pain numbing cream is rubbed on the part of the skin that is to receive the laser treatment approximately 15 to 20 minutes before the procedure. When the numbing cream has worked for 15-20 minutes, then wipe the cream away. This can easily be done with a damp cloth or a piece of paper. You will experience a big difference in comparison to a treatment without numbing cream.


The No Pain numbing cream can be used by both clinics and at home

Many laser clinics already offer a numbing cream for the patient before the laser treatment is performed. What you can do before a laser treatment is to apply the cream about 20 minutes prior to the treatment, and wiping it off again just before the treatment starts.


How to treat your skin after a laser treatment

After a laser treatment, there are certain precautions that should be followed. The clinic where you have undergone the treatment will give you specific guidelines that you must follow. Treat your skin properly, and you will get a nicer result in the end.



Right after the treatment, you will get a soothing and cooling lotion rubbed onto the skin. The lotion soothes and protects the area. After that, the affected area is wrapped in a sterile bandage, which helps in keeping the bacteria out. It is a good idea to continue to use a lotion like that for 7 days after the treatment, until the area is completely healed.


Keep the area clean and dry

During the healing process, it is important that you keep the area clean and dry. This provides the best conditions for the skin to heal up adequately. The area is cleaned the best by gently washing it with lukewarm water. After this, you need to pad the area dry.


Keep the area away from chlorine

You can easily take a shower, but make sure that the area is not exposed to water for long periods of time. In addition, you should not go in swimming pools or spa during the first 14 days after the procedure.


Protect the area from the sun

The treated area should be taken care as as a wound, which is why you should keep the skin away from the sun for up to a month after the treatment. Once the area has healed, it is also a good idea to apply sunscreen with a high factor to protect the skin.


Relieve the pain

The treated area can feel like a sunburn, and therefore it can also be sore and in some cases painful. The pain can be relieved by taking over-the-counter medications such as pain killers.

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