If you’ve ever battled acne, you know firsthand how challenging it can be. What’s even worse is dealing with acne scars. Once acne causes scars to form on your skin, there are very few over-the-counter remedies that provide any results. This is where the Halo laser comes in.
Get Smooth Skin with Halo Laser Treatments
Halo laser treatments represent the latest in state-of-the-art skin resurfacing treatments. They have been shown to be especially effective in helping those who are fighting acne scars in particular. Halo laser treatments are specifically designed for those who love the way that face looks but hate the scars that are taking away from it. You are likely a good candidate for this treatment if you are unhappy with the way acne scarring is affecting your appearance.
Halo laser treatments are a combination of ablative and non-ablative lasers. What makes this treatment so powerful is its flexibility. It allows our specialist to tailor your treatment exactly to your needs. The precise depth and intensity of treatment is controlled by our provider.
Halo laser technology provides a quick and easy option for addressing acne related scars. This treatment requires less downtime than some of the other procedures available. Whether your acne scars are deeper or just on the surface, Halo laser technology can provide you with the results you want.
What to Expect
Your treatment will begin with an initial consultation. We will discuss any skin issues that you have and help you determine if this is the best way for you to get rid of your acne scars.
Since our goal goal is for you to be comfortable throughout the entire treatment, we can apply a topical anesthetic beforehand. Once your skin has been numbed, the treatment can begin.
By making use of advanced technology, the Halo system has the ability to navigate every section of your skin. Scientific measurements are taken of your skin’s thickness. This evaluation is done to make sure that the results you get from the treatment are best for your skin. Most people say that they feel a slight warming sensation in the area that is being treated.