What Is The Halo Laser?

Would you like to rejuvenate your skin without having to undergo surgery?  The Halo laser may be the ideal solution for you.  The Halo laser is heavily endorsed by celebrities because of its ability to deliver beautiful, glowing skin with minimal downtime.  But what exactly is the Halo laser.

What is the Halo laser?

The Halo hybrid fractional laser is a state-of-the-art laser by Sciton that incorporates both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths. The Halo’s dual technology allows it to deliver superior skin rejuvenation results with minimal downtime. 

What to expect with the Halo laser treatment

The Halo laser treatment is a short procedure that takes approximately 15 minutes.   The recovery time varies depending on the extent of treatment.

Benefits of the Halo laser

  • Treats a wide range of skin conditions:  Since the Halo has two wavelengths it is able to target both the superficial and deep layers of the skin at once.   As a result, it improves a range of skin issues including sun damage, fine lines, enlarged pores, brown spots, and uneven skin texture.  It also stimulates collagen.
  • Versatile and customizable: The Halo laser treatment can be customized to fit the unique needs of each patient, regardless of their skin type.   The laser has different levels, so it can be adjusted to fit the desired results of the patient.  It is possible to get a light treatment with no downtime, or a more aggressive treatment that requires a few days of downtime.
  • Long lasting benefits:  Initial results can be seen within a few days, but improvements will continue over the following weeks and months as new collagen is produced.

Are you ready to try the Halo laser? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Rockwall, TX and surrounding areas, Juvanew Medspa is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.juvanew.com, or by calling (972) 449-9932.

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