Starting laser hair removal during the summer is generally okay, even if you plan to spend time in the sun, as long as you take proper precautions to protect your skin. Laser hair removal targets the melanin in hair follicles, which can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight for a short period after treatment. However, wearing SPF can help protect your skin from harmful UV rays and minimize the risk of skin damage or burns. It’s important to follow your provider’s instructions on how to care for your skin after laser hair removal, including avoiding direct sun exposure and wearing sunscreen with a high SPF. By taking these precautions, you can safely start laser hair removal during the summer and enjoy the benefits of smoother, hair-free skin.