Cold Shower Skin Care

Posted by bmedia on Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_Cold Shower Skin Care

Did you know that cold showers are actually good for your skin?

Everyone enjoys a nice warm shower. It can be relaxing as much as it is cleansing. However, using cold water occasionally during your showers can have benefits for your skin.

How Your Skin Benefits From Cold Water

The truth is that hot water can dry out your skin. Cold water, on the other hand, is better for preventing the skin from being stripped of its natural oils. Cold showers will tighten your cuticles and pores, preventing them from getting clogged. Cold water can also help to “seal” your pores, which prevents dirt from getting in to begin with. Even famous actress Katherine Hepburn swore by cold showers and baths.

Other benefits to cold water bathing include: increased alertness, improved immunity and circulation, refined hair, eased stress, and even depression relief for some. Cold bathing may not be as fun as bathing with warm water, but the benefits are numerous!

Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

There are also numerous benefits to laser hair removal treatment. What could be better than permanently reducing unwanted body hair? You’ll have no more need for a razor or waxing appointments after laser hair removal. Achieve the smooth, hairless skin you desire with Laser Smooth Company.

Laser Smooth Company offers offers the best laser hair removal treatment in the Gresham area. We are always open for free consultations, and we’d love to help you take the first steps towards permanent hair removal. We are conveniently located at 2850 SE Powell Valley Rd in Gresham, Oregon. We are waiting for your visit!

Contact us or call at (503) 867-6386 for your consultation today!


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