Those who fall into the Millennial age group, born between 1977 and 1994, have recently taken quite a bit of flack for killing off a number of the major staples of modern society. Gone are the days of bar soap and napkins, and even marriage, according to accusers. Whatever “they” say about millennials, we in the beauty industry know one thing: they are in the know about how to keep their skin looking great.One of the trends created by the young-adult age group is the idea of working with the aging process, rather than against it. Ok, maybe they aren’t working with it, necessarily, but younger adults who aren’t yet living with pervasive frown lines and sagging jowls certainly aren’t sitting around waiting for their faces to fall. They’re doing something about aging long before it happens. And this, they say, may keep the younger generation from needing surgical procedures at all. One of the latest trends in aesthetic medicine is to rejuvenate the skin and support ongoing collagen proliferation with the safest, most effective technologies. A system that we frequently use to achieve this goal is the Halo laser.
The First of Its KindThe Halo laser is different than any other device that has come before it. This system brightens up dull, tired, sun damaged skin with a combination of ablative and non-ablative rejuvenation. The ablative phase of treatment breaks through the outermost layer of skin, creating microchannels the immediately provoke a healing response. This means more collagen. The non-ablative laser works beneath the skin to further stimulate collagen rebuilding for future improvement. Typically, either treatment performed on its own requires a fair amount of downtime. The hybrid technology of the Halo device minimizes downtime while affecting the best outcome. This hybrid alone is advantageous, but this laser system is also customizable, which allows us to treat specific concerns and also achieve all-over improvements.
Halo Laser TreatmentSome of the concerns that improve with Halo laser treatments include:
- Visible pores
- UV damage
- Rough texture
- Fine lines
- Superficial scarring