Halo™ fractional laser skin resurfacing can revitalize and refresh your appearance by renewing skin from deep within. Halo at The MedSpa at Hendrick is unique because it’s the world’s first hybrid fractional laser, which means it simultaneously treats the skin’s surface and deeper layers for intense skin rejuvenation without the downtime of similar skin resurfacing treatments.
Halo at The MedSpa at Hendrick can improve skin texture, tone, and radiance by diminishing:
- Fine lines, wrinkles, and creases
- Age spots
- Pore size
- Hyperpigmentation and discoloration
- Sun damage
Halo Laser Skin Renewal FAQs
How does Halo work?
Halo uses safe and efficient laser technology to treat the surface and deeper layers of skin for intensive skin renewal. Halo targets a “fraction” of the skin, leaving a perfect balance of treated and untreated skin to promote a rapid healing time and shorter downtime than similar laser treatments while revealing impressive results.
Is Halo in Abilene painful?
To ensure your comfort, we will apply a numbing agent to your skin prior to your treatment. Immediately following your Halo session, your skin will be red and feel sunburned for a few hours. As your skin renews over the first week following treatment, your skin will peel and flake as it reveals luminous new skin.
When will I see results from my Halo treatment?
As your skin regenerates, it will gradually peel and flake off. Optimal results begin to appear three months after your Halo, with continued improvement as your skin produces new collagen. Applying daily UV sunscreen is a must for maintaining your results.
How much downtime is there after Halo?
Downtime varies from person to person depending on the intensity of your treatment. Details of pre- and post-care will be discussed during your consultation.
How do I get started with Halo in Abilene?
*Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Downtime is subjective to individual pain tolerance. Before and after photos are not to be taken as guarantees for expected results.