A Halo treatment precisely targets years of skin damage and visible signs of aging. You will see improvements in overall tone and texture in addition to significant removal of discoloration, reduction in the appearance of fine lines, reduced pore size, skin reflectivity and glow.
Understanding the Procedure
A topical anesthetic numbing cream is applied to the treatment area thirty minutes before treatment begins. Your skin will be cleaned and your eyes will be protected with safety shields. The Halo hand piece will be used to measure the treatment areas of your face with will be divided into 5 sections. The halo rolls across the skin in a criss cross pattern. As a patient you should feel little to no discomfort.
What to expect after procedure
Symptoms following a Halo procedure resemble a sunburn. You may feel warm to the touch and your skin may feel tight and look red. Redness and heat should diminish substantially by the next day. You may have swelling more so in the orbital area the morning following treatment. For the first 24-48 hour post procedure, you should keep you face protected as directed by the esthetician. You may peel as early as day 2 post procedure. Healing can range from 3 – 7 days.