“Avoid sun exposure and tanning two weeks before and two weeks after a laser hair removal treatment — period.
How long after laser hair removal can you tan?
After you have had laser hair removal done, you should also avoid sun exposure for about two weeks. This gives your treated skin a chance to heal while also reducing your risk of having hyperpigmentation or other problems occur. Remember that even if your skin does not look tanned, it is still being exposed to UV rays.
Can I tan 2 days after laser hair removal?
We would recommend you wait at least 4-5 days before applying fake tan to your treatment area. Please ensure skin has completely calmed down before using fake tan. Please note that clients with extremely sensitive skin should wait an extra day or two if necessary.
What happens if I tan after laser?
Avoid sun exposure after laser hair removal treatments
After your treatment, your skin will be sensitive and will need time to heal. Excessive exposure to UV rays at this time risks damage to your skin, so it’s highly advisable to avoid sunbathing and tanning beds.
Can you sun tan after laser?
Our advice is that tanning of all sorts should be avoided two to three weeks before and after your laser hair removal treatments; and if we happen to turn you away from treatment due to your tan, know that we only have your best interests at heart so come back when your tan has faded.
Can you fake tan straight after laser hair removal?
However, tanning (traditional or solarium) and the use of tanning creams should be avoided for at least 4 weeks after treatment as the treated areas will be sensitive, and exposure to direct sunlight could harm the skin or cause discoloration.