Did you know that the best time for a Halo™ fractional skin resurfacing treatment is now? Actually, the best time for skin rejuvenation is any time in the fall and winter, when the sun is weaker, the air is cooler, and our time indoors increases.
Halo works its magic by renewing the skin from the inside out, which takes a bit of time—a week or two, depending on the intensity of your treatment. Newly treated skin is fragile and needs to be sheltered from the sun. In the fall and winter months, when we spend more time indoors anyway, UV protection is a breeze.
Another reason we love Halo in the fall and winter is that it gives your skin a fresh start after a long and hot summer in the sun. Halo can reverse the sun damage that you didn’t expect (remember the day you forgot to reapply SPF at the beach?), stimulate new collagen production, and reveal revitalized skin with more even tone and texture.
The key to the Halo glow is in the technology. Halo fractional skin resurfacing cleverly combines both ablative and non-ablative energy to target the surface of skin and deep below for intense skin-renewal without the lengthy downtime you’d expect.