What the heck is Halo™?
You may have read about Halo™ in magazines like "Brides" and "New Beauty" or heard your favorite influencers talk about it on Instagram. Even so, if you're still wondering what exactly Halo is—and what all the buzz is about—you're not alone.
So…what the heck is Halo?
Halo is the only cosmetic laser that delivers a non-ablative and an ablative wavelength to the same microscopic treatment zone—stay with us here, it's worth it. This means that not only does Halo address superficial skin issues, it also works deeper to trigger collagen production and the skin's natural healing response. The result? Skin that glows.
How can Halo help me?
Want to feel more confident going makeup-free or simplify your makeup routine? Looking for a way to proactively prevent further skin damage? Wish your regular facials and skincare routine produced more noticeable results? Whatever your beauty goals, Halo can likely help by:
- Diminishing wrinkles and fine lines
- Improving skin tone and appearance
- Reducing the look of large, noticeable pores
- Minimizing the appearance of sun damage, dark spots and other discoloration
- Restoring a vibrant, youthful glow
What happens during treatment?
Your clinician will treat one section of your face at a time by rolling the Halo handpiece in a crisscross pattern. Think jade rolling, but with fancy equipment and real results. A numbing cream may be applied to your skin before getting started to reduce the sensation, which most people describe as building heat throughout the treatment. Afterward, your skin will be red for up to a week. During this time, you'll need to go makeup-free.
When will I see results?
Superficial changes in pigment and texture will be noticeable in four to six weeks, but it can take up to six months to see the full effect of improvements in fine lines. Your skin can continue to glow for years to come, as long as sunscreen becomes your new best friend. Keeping treated areas healthy is key to long-lasting results.
When is the best time of year to get Halo?
All treatment areas need to remain protected in the days before and after receiving Halo—as in your skin must stay out of the sun, not just slathered in sunscreen. This makes winter an ideal time to schedule, followed by spring and fall.
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