Sciton HALO Laser

When Halo hit the market in 2014, it could have been seen as just another way to treat problem skin.

It isn’t – and people began to find out.

Nearly 600,000 people in 2016 sought some form of laser skin resurfacing such as Halo, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Nearly 74,000 of those people were men.

Halo, a hybrid fractional laser that combines two wavelengths to reverse major skin damage, can treat problem skin for young and old alike. However, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports 41% of those seeking treatment were over 40, and 40% were over the age of 55.

Halo laser treatment targets problem areas

March Halo specialTo explain how it works, we have to look at the layers of skin. Specifically, the epidermis (top layer) and the dermis (second layer).

Halo’s laser targets both, delivering ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to the same microscopic treatment zone. While one laser works to do away with the affected tissue, the other works to restore it.

With one to two treatments, you should notice the return of your youthful, glowing skin after years of aging and sun damage. It’s also great to treat enlarged pores, fine lines, scars, discoloration, uneven skin tone and poor texture.

What’s more, the results can last for years! But it’s important to protect your skin from the sun at all times to minimize the return of damage.

And because Halo is minimally invasive and gentle, it requires little recovery and downtime! That means you’re able to resume your normal routine more quickly – within 24 hours – than if you sought other treatments to deal with the aforementioned problems.

During the month of March, Trouvaille Med Spa is having a sale on Halo treatments! You can have one for $999 – and one could be all you need! But if you need more, we’re offering three treatments for $2,700.

Our licensed clinician will go over the process with you and answer any questions you have about the treatment.

Come see us in March and get prepared to look like your younger self!