Halo Laser Skin Renewal
Get the Halo™ glow and flaunt smoother, more radiant, younger-looking skin with Halo fractional laser skin renewal. The first of its kind, Halo is an advanced hybrid laser treatment that can impart dramatic, head-turning improvements to your skin’s tone and texture by penetrating both the surface of skin and deep below with revitalizing laser energy.
Halo laser skin renewal is ideal for improving:
• Fine Lines and Wrinkles
• Pigmentation Irregularities
• Pore Size
• Sun Damage
• And Much More!
Halo is a fractional laser, which means it leaves a perfectly measured fraction of your skin untouched to speed healing time without sacrificing benefits, including smoother, brighter skin with smaller pores, more even tone, and diminished lines and wrinkles. Halo triggers your skin’s natural healing response, which can result in a few days to a week of redness and peeling as your skin renews itself, revealing intensely refreshed, vibrant new skin.
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FAQs: Halo Laser Skin Renewal in Mill Valley, CA
How much downtime is there with Halo?
Halo can be tailored in intensity to meet your skin’s exact needs. Depending on your treatment, you may experience a few days of redness and peeling for milder treatments, or up to a week or more of redness and peeling for more intense skin renewal. At your consultation, we will help you formulate an optimal treatment plan to meet your unique needs, including the specifics of your downtime.
Does Halo laser skin renewal hurt?
We will take every precaution to ensure you are as comfortable as possible during your treatment, including applying a topical numbing gel to your skin prior to your treatment. The Halo procedure is quite comfortable. Immediately following your treatment, your skin may feel intensely sunburned, but this sensation will dissipate within an hour or two.
Will I be able to apply makeup after my Halo treatment in Marin County, CA?
No. Immediately following your Halo session, we will coat your vulnerable skin with a non-comedogenic moisturizer. Halo is a fractional laser that breaks the surface of skin to trigger the skin’s renewal process. This means it’s essential to avoid makeup application for the first few days following your treatment to avoid infection and ensure your skin heals properly. You will also need to apply an SPF of 30 or greater in the days and weeks following your Halo session to protect your skin, speed healing, and maintain your results.
What will my recovery look like?
For mild treatments, you should experience a few days of pinkness, flakiness, and peeling. For medium to intense Halo settings, you will likely experience redness the first few days, which gradually turns into a sandpaper texture. As your skin renews itself, dead skin will gradually slough off and reveal refreshed, smoother, brighter skin with continued improvements in the following weeks.
Is Halo for me?
Yes! Halo is suitable for all skin types!