“That's kind of what it felt like! So this is the thing, you go in and you get numbing cream put on for an hour and it's this medical grade numbing cream,” Bec explained.
“You can't feel anything when you touch it with your fingers. But then they kind of torch you with this laser and you can really feel it then.”
“So it was still really hot and uncomfortable but tolerable.”
The procedure is said to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, skin pigmentation, acne scars and sun damage, but in the meantime Bec is staying out of the limelight.
“There's no chance of this face, this noggin, on my Instagram alright?” she said.
This article originally appeared on Women's Health.