How The Halo Laser Can Rejuvenate Your Skin

Would you like to stop signs of aging and restore vibrant, youthful skin? The Halo laser can help.  It is a revolutionary laser treatment that is safe for all skin types and requires less downtime than traditional laser technologies.  But how does the Halo laser rejuvenate your skin?

What Is The Halo Laser?

The Halo laser is a unique hybrid fractional laser that combines ablative and non-ablative wavelengths that can be delivered simultaneously. It is a powerful skin rejuvenation technology that removes old, sun-damaged tissue and stimulates collagen to restore healthy, younger-looking skin.   The dual wavelengths allow providers to customize treatment to fit the specific skin concerns of each patient.

How The Halo Laser Can Rejuvenate Your Skin

The ablative and non-ablative wavelengths work together to rejuvenate and renew the skin. The ablative wavelength precisely targets the epidermis (outermost layer of the skin) and treats issues such as enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, and rough texture.

The non-ablative wavelength penetrates down to the dermal layer of the skin where it stimulates collagen, and addresses deep sun damage and pigmentary issues.

The Halo is a fractional laser so it divides the laser beam into multiple microbeams of light that target specific zones of the skin.  This action creates micro-channels that are surrounded by healthy areas of skin.  These untreated areas initiate healing, and the micro-channels stimulate collagen and promote skin tightening.

What To Expect After Treatment?

Healing is a lot faster with the Halo laser since both wavelengths work together to treat the skin.  Downtime after Halo laser treatment averages about 5 days.   After recovery, the skin is noticeably clearer, healthier, and more youthful.

Would you like to learn more about Halo laser treatment?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in Oakland and Macomb County, MI, FACE Medical Spa, Bingham Farms, MI is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (248) 663-0161.

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