The Benefits of Halo Laser Technology

The Benefits of Halo Laser Technology

Have you noticed that the skin on your face has lost some of its lusters? Does it rather resemble a state of weariness than one of vitality? Are you starting to see those annoying brown patches and other telltale symptoms of aging? It seems like it’s time to go and give your face the Halo laser treatment, which is a form of rejuvenation for the skin that works in not just one but two different methods.

When we were younger, we believed that obtaining a tan was the best way to acquire the “healthy glow” that we had always desired. We harmed our skin by spending as much time as we could in the sun, and we paid the price for it later. What we did not anticipate was the appearance of dark patches, fine lines, and wrinkles. Even worse, as we get older, those flaws become more noticeable than they ever were before.

When we were younger, we didn’t give much thought to preventing skin damage or shielding ourselves from it, but now we realize how critical these things are.

We can, thankfully, repair the harm caused by the sun with Halo.

Since it is a dual fractional laser, Halo differs from other types of laser treatment that are now available. To put it another way, it employs two different wavelengths of light to both eliminate surface defects and repair solar damage that is buried beneath the surface. You may say goodbye to skin irritation you can see as well as deeper harm you can’t see.

Your skin will immediately seem healthier and more young after using Halo, and in addition to that, the natural renewal process will carry on. Your body will begin to produce new cells as the pigment that was treated more deeply with the laser makes its way to the surface, where it can be peeled away. 

These new cells will further freshen your skin’s tone and texture. The Halo laser produces powerful effects, but the treatments themselves are painless due to the fact that it continuously cools the skin as it works.

The Advantages of Undergoing Treatment with a Halo Laser

Patients who are treated with Halo might anticipate amazing outcomes in as little as one or two treatments, in contrast to the five or six treatments that were frequently necessary when patients were treated with previous non-hybrid technology.

In addition, the quicker recovery time with Halo is not highlighted by the severely bloated and sometimes frightening “raw-meat face” that frequently came from the older technology. This was a common side effect of the older technique. (To think of the lengths we formerly went to in the name of beauty!)

The hybrid laser is able to accomplish the following since it targets both the epidermis and the dermis of the skin:

  • reducing the appearance of the size of the pores
  • assisting in the treatment of sun damage and dyschromia; reducing the appearance of pigmented lesions; repairing scarring
  • reducing the number of brown patches
  • reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • bringing the skin’s texture and tone back into balance
  • The Halo procedure is suitable for use on a wide range of skin tones and can resurface between 25 and 30 percent of the skin. In addition, the treatment itself is tolerable in most cases.

What Components Make Up the Halo Treatment

The Halo treatment is comparable to having a sunburn that is under extremely close medical supervision. Because of this, it is important to know that you cannot get a tan for at least four to six weeks before undergoing this procedure.

Before the operation, your board-certified plastic surgeon will discuss with you to determine the issues that you want to address as well as the regions of your body that you would like to target.

Although Halo is most frequently applied to the face, it can also be used to treat the neck, chest, arms, legs, and hands, among other parts of the body.

An application of a local anesthetic will be made to the area that will be the focus of the therapy prior to beginning the procedure itself. In order to ensure that your skin is completely numbed, you need to let this sit on it for forty-five minutes to an hour.

Some patients opt to take oral anti-inflammatory medication in addition to the Tylenol, Motrin, or Advil that they are already taking.

After the patient’s skin has been numbed, the board-certified plastic surgeon will use the halo to measure the surface area of the patient’s skin that will be treated. This will allow the surgeon to calibrate the amount of energy that will be required to provide the treatment.

This is done to guarantee that he or she is aware of the depths to which they or need to delve in order to solve your problems.

Not-so-complicated Process

You won’t need to do anything but relax and keep your eyes closed while the physician performs the laser resurfacing procedure. You are free to leave whenever you choose once it is finished.

Getting over the effects of Halo

The potential for Halo to cause adverse consequences is, on the whole, quite low. After treatment, you may have some redness, swelling, and/or soreness, all of which can be alleviated by applying a cool compress. It takes anywhere from one to three days for these symptoms to begin to improve, and anywhere from three to five days to fully recover.

After receiving moderate therapy, the vast majority of patients are able to go back to work or continue with their regular activities the next day. Additionally, makeup can be applied after only twenty-four hours have passed.

Within two to five days, most patients report that their complexion has become smoother and has a more youthful appearance. The production of collagen and elastin will progressively increase, which will result in these changes gradually continuing over time.

Even though receiving two lighter Halo treatments within the first year is more than enough to make skin more radiant and enhance anti-aging benefits, you might find it more appealing to select the more intensive rejuvenation option instead.

Beauty Nurse Bre may do a comprehensive examination of your face, provide you with an in-depth consultation regarding your alternatives, and then design a bespoke strategy to help you achieve your objectives. So contact us today!

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