Your Guide to Halo™ Skin Treatment 

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Your Guide to Halo™ Skin Treatment 

The name itself sounds miraculous, almost angelic—HaloTM skin treatment. Some are going to be instantly intrigued by the name. Others are going to assume that it’s automatically too good to be true.

There is a lot of excitement over the HaloTM lasers, but public understanding hasn’t exactly caught up with that hype yet. And it’s understandable. When it comes to laser treatments for skin care, many are proprietary, trademarked, and specific. It can be hard for those who aren’t experts in these treatments to understand what they do, let alone their benefits compared to other laser treatments. 

If trying to figure out HaloTM skin treatment has your head spinning, don’t worry. We’ll help you cut through the clouds and make an informed decision if this treatment is right for you.

How the process works

Some of you will be very familiar with the process of using lasers to help address various skin conditions. Others may be scratching your heads and wondering what the two possibly have in connection. 

So, a quick recap. Laser treatments use, you guessed it, a laser to help improve the appearance of skin. This is normally done through two main ways. Firstly, lasers can be used to safely destroy the upper layers of your skin. While this sounds intimidating, your outer skin layers are very good at regenerating. Essentially, the laser can destroy a discoloured or damaged section of skin, and then it will be replaced with new, fresh skin.

Lasers can also go deeper than that, however, in which case the heat they cause also has another benefit. Heat transmitted below the skin promotes the growth of collagen, which forms the firm base under your skin. So after a laser treatment, your skin tends to look more firm and youthful, with less noticeable wrinkles.

Okay but what about HaloTM skin treatment?

You may have heard that what makes HaloTM laser treatment so special is that it’s a “hybrid fractional laser”. But that’s just so much marketing talk unless we understand what that means. We can break it down like this

Hybrid: The HaloTM laser hits both the surface level and deeper levels of the skin at the same time through the use of different wavelengths. 

Fractional: The laser can be split, doing multiple tiny sections of the skin at once for greater efficiency.

Laser: You’re getting all of the benefits of laser treatment that were mentioned above. 

So why get HaloTM skin treatment?

The upshot of the benefits listed above is that the HaloTM laser treatment is incredibly versatile in its usage. It can target multiple skin issues during a single treatment. Before and after pictures will show that HaloTM treatment can have a major impact in reducing the appearance of:

  • Wrinkles and sagging
  • Scar tissue
  • Skin discoloration
  • Sun damage
  • Enlarged pores

HaloTM laser treatment also comes with the benefit that it’s suitable for use all over the body, not just the face. This means that it can help target skin conditions on the limbs or chest, or anywhere else you wish. 

What is getting HaloTM skin treatment like? 

If we were using that marketing talk mentioned, this is the point where we say “but wait, there’s more!” Another reason why HaloTM laser treatment is so popular is because of how efficient it is in terms of time. The process itself does take from 1-2 hours, or more, depending on how much of your skin you want treated. However, you can return to work after just a few days of the treatment. 

There will be some redness, swelling, flaking, and peeling, but this is all normal. Your dead skin is shedding, and new rejuvenated skin is emerging. In fact, HaloTM laser treatment will continue to show steady improvements for up to six months after the initial session itself! 

So if you have issues with any of the skin conditions we listed, it’s worth giving HaloTM Treatment a deeper investigation. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to set up a consultation.

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