If you have issues such as fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, and sun damage that you need treated, the Halo laser treatment is an ideal solution. The Halo is a one-of-a-kind laser that can release the inner glow of your skin. But if you are looking for a complete skin rejuvenation procedure, you may be wondering – will halo laser treatments improve my skin tone and texture.
What is the Halo laser?
The Halo laser is a hybrid fractional laser system that combines both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths. Halo’s dual technology provides superior results with less downtime.
Will the Halo laser treatments improve my skin tone and texture?
The Halo laser treatment is a versatile skin rejuvenation solution that improves both the tone and texture of the skin.
The ablative wavelength targets the outer epidermal layer and corrects textural issues and reduces pore size, while the non-ablative wavelength focuses on the deeper dermal layer. The non-ablative wavelength addresses pigmentary issues such as brown spots and discoloration.
The Halo laser treatment also stimulates collagen, as it creates controlled zones of injury in the dermal layer of the skin, which activate the skin’s healing process.
What to expect after treatment
There may be some redness and swelling after treatment, but swelling can be reduced using a cold compress.
How many treatments will I need?
It typically takes 1-2 Halo treatments to achieve optimal outcomes.
Are you interested in a Halo laser treatment? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Walnut Creek or Greenbrae, CA areas, contact board certified plastic surgeon Robert Aycock, MD for a consultation.
You can reach Dr. Aycock at www.aycockmd.com, or by calling (925) 854-4174 (Walnut Creek), or (415) 903-8463 (Greenbrae).