International health insurance customers who are considering hair removal might want to have the treatment done before the hot weather comes in.
An expert from sk:n in Manchester told the Manchester Confidential that a strong sun block is needed to cover areas of skin undergoing laser hair removal.
Alternatively, people can cover up the skin, but this could prove difficult when treatment is being done on the face and as such the specialist advised patients that now is a "good time of year to start if you want to get ready for the summer".
The procedure works on any skin colour, but red, grey or blonde hair will not show very good results.
According to the professional, some people experience significant changes in their self-confidence after having their facial hair removed.
"Facial hair causes quite a lot of psychological problems for ladies," the expert explained.
"They have to shave once or twice a day so their life is changed now they don't have to do that."
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