Redefine the Surface of Your Skin with Halo

March 7, 2018
If our lives are thought of as the accumulation of all we encounter, then our skin serves as the pages on which the stories of our experiences are written. Every meal we eat, every plane ticket we purchase, every hike we go on, every vacation we book to new and unusual parts of the world bring with them the possibility that, after months, years, and decades, our skin will bare the marks of their existence. Although our skin acts as our outermost barrier, many of its blemishes, conditions, and signs of aging are brought about only from prolonged exposure to environmental stressors. These issues form deep below the skin’s surface and threaten our bodies’ natural structure. When, at last, their effect surfaces to appear as wrinkles or patches of unwanted pigmentation on our complexion, the damage has been done. Thankfully, with the right steps, the damage can often be undone. And skin can be restored to its youthful, healthy, and vibrant appearance.

Simultaneously Addressing the Skin’s Surface and Underlying Structure

With many skin care products and treatments, patients are given the option to either address the effect on the surface of the skin or the underlying cause. With chronic or persistent conditions such as melasma or deep skin wrinkling, this can easily require an entire regimen of services to treat. Although a thorough skin care regimen is ideal for maintaining healthy, beautiful skin, it can be beneficial to address both concerns simultaneously.

Introducing the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser

Favored for its ease of use and dramatic results, the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser targets skin concerns by emitting precise laser technology at multiple wavelengths. Unlike other lasers and pulsed light devices that target either the skin’s surface or base structure, Halo reaches all layers of the skin simultaneously. This highly concentrated, yet broad application of laser resurfacing allows for change to be made from the outside in. Collagen and elastin (two vital proteins responsible for the elasticity and tightness of the skin) are invigorated by the Halo laser, causing them to hasten their production. At the same time, precise laser emissions target areas of concern on the surface of the skin to tighten, clear, and rejuvenate the skin’s appearance.

Halo Treats a Multitude of Skin Conditions in a Short Period of Time

The Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser can be utilized to treat many skin conditions, including sun damage, wrinkling, scarring, and uneven tone. While multiple treatments may be possible depending on the severity of the skin issue, one of the added benefits of this procedure is that it can be performed in a relatively short period of time, often taking only an hour or less – with minimal downtime.

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