I’m not even sure what is it about the sun that makes us so crazy about it, but it seems like we’re always searching for the worst possible sun spots. At least I’m not always, so I guess it’s not a big deal.
It’s just that most of the sun’s radiation is absorbed by the skin before it reaches the eyes and skin. If you don’t want to look like a sun-lover you can use artificial sunscreens to block the sun’s harmful rays, but be careful: There are studies that suggest the sun’s skin damaging power may be much higher than you think.
When we hear about something that causes skin cancer, we often think it is either the sun, or the sun cream. The truth is that sun exposure is pretty dangerous, and there are even research suggesting that sun tanning is also a risk. Sunscreens can protect your skin from the suns rays by blocking the rays, but only if you apply the sunscreen after the sun has already warmed your skin.
I don’t know about you, but I hate going to the beach when the sun is out because I get a sunburn at the end. I hate going to the beach, and I hate going to the gym too because I get sunburns in the legs. Sunburns are painful and uncomfortable, and sunscreens are usually the first line of defense. I guess I’m just an old fogey.
So you’re probably wondering if there is a risk of sunburns when laser hair removal is done before a sunburn occurs.
I dont think you can get sunburns from being exposed to the sun (or other sun) before laser hair removal. There must be another reason for this that I am unaware of. Maybe the laser hair removal is actually removing hair from the skin that is already sunburned. Maybe the sunburn isn’t really sunburn at all. Maybe there is another reason. Maybe you cant get sunburns from lasers and you get sunburns from being exposed to the sun.
I can see sunburns from being exposed to the sun, but I can’t see any reason why sunburns from laser hair removal would be any different than sunburns from being exposed to the sun. There is no “other reason”.
I can see sunburns from being exposed to the sun, but I cant see any reason why sunburns from laser hair removal would be any different than sunburns from being exposed to the sun. There is no other reason.
The reason why sunburns are different from sunburns from being exposed to the sun is because sunburns are caused by the sun, whereas laser hair removal is caused by the laser, and thus by the sun. The sun is the source of sunburns, but the laser is the source of sunburns that get treated.
Another thing worth noting is that sunburns from sun exposure are caused by UV, the sun’s natural rays, and on the other hand, laser hair removal is caused by the laser, and thus by the sun. The rays of the sun that cause sunburns are of course the very same rays that can cause laser hair removal.