Is your skin starting to show the effects of too much time in the sun? Laser skin resurfacing can help. The cutting-edge Halo laser treatment can improve a variety of skin concerns including scars and enlarged pores. But does the Halo laser treat sun damage.
How the sun affects the skin
The UV rays of the sun can penetrate deep into the skin and damage the skin cells. Over time, this can causechanges in the texture and structure of the skin, resulting in uneven skin tone, sunspots, redness, fine lines, wrinkles, dull complexion, and rough, dry texture.
Does the Halo Laser Treat Sun Damage?
The Halo laser by Sciton can dramatically improve the appearance of dull, sun-damaged skin. It is a hybrid fractional laser that uses ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to tone and tighten the skin. The Halo laser is a versatile tool that allows physicians to customize the procedure to match each patient’s aesthetic goals and lifestyle. It typically takes 1-2 treatments to see results with the Halo laser.
How Halo treats sun damage
The Halo laser emits both ablative and non-ablative energy. The ablative energy removes the upper layers of damaged tissue, and the non-ablative micro-beams target skin conditions in the deeperdermal layer of the skin. It also stimulates the production of collagen. The resulting skin renewal process causes healthy new skin cells to emerge that makes the skin smoother, clearer, and more youthful.
Are you ready to rejuvenate your dull, sun-damaged skin? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA area, Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting P. C. is our featured practice.
You can reach them at www.plymouthmeetingdermatology.com, or by calling (610) 828-0400.