When it comes to skin rejuvenation, few treatments can touch the power of the Sciton Halo Laser. This FDA-cleared laser – which combines two effective wavelengths within one treatment – helps to create clearer and younger-looking skin that’s ready for any big event or selfie.
But how exactly does the Halo Laser work? And how can the Halo Laser rejuvenate your skin?
How the Halo Laser Works
The Halo Laser combines both ablative and non-ablative laser wavelengths to help patients achieve their best skin ever.
Here’s how it works: the Halo Laser is passed over the treatment area. Throughout this passing, one laser works to exfoliate the top layer of the dermis, while the other creates microchannels to the subdermal tissue. Once these microchannels are created, it encourages the skin’s collagen production, which in turn speeds up cellular turnover.
How the Halo Laser Rejuvenates Your Skin
One of the reasons that the Halo Laser is so renowned for skin rejuvenation is because it helps speed up cellular turnover. This natural process – which is accelerated when you’re younger – is responsible for getting rid of dead and dull skin layers, letting the younger and clearer skin come to the surface. Cellular turnover slows down once we get older, so it’s important to find a medical treatment that helps kickstart this process again.
With a few Halo Laser treatments, cellular turnover can be sped up, leading to younger-looking skin with less hyperpigmentation, fewer wrinkles and fine lines, and even minimized acne scars.
Take the Next Step
Ready to experience skin rejuvenation with the Halo Laser treatment? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott A. Greenberg at Winter Park Plastic Surgery & Laser Center in Winter Park, FL (serving the Central Florida area). (407) 499-8603