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Complete Skin Restoration with AYA Medical Spa

By AYA Medical Spa By AYA Medical Spa | May 16, 2022 | Style & Beauty, Sponsored Post,

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Halo is a hybrid fractionated laser. Meaning it is two laser wavelengths firing on your skin at the same time. One wavelength works in the deeper layers of the skin (dermis) to help stimulate collagen and elastin, and the other wavelength works superficially to resurface the outer layer ( epidermis) of the skin. Because of this, it allows the practitioner to fully customize the treatment to the patient's needs.

How is Halo different from other resurfacing lasers?

Halo is different from other resurfacing lasers because it uses ablative and nonablative wavelength technology. It uses the best of both systems which results in faster healing times, fewer complications, and better results.

Who is a good candidate for Halo? What does it treat?

Halo is a safe and effective treatment for all skin types and tones. It treats everything from sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, scars, vascular lesions, and enlarged pores.

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What is the downtime for Halo?

The downtime for Halo is typically 7 days. Immediately after treatment, you will have a sunburn-like sensation that typically lasts up to 2 hours. The first 2-3 days post-treatment you can expect mild to moderate swelling and erythema (redness). The skin will also begin to develop a sandy texture. This is the MENDS (microscopic, epidermal, necrotic debris) forming. These will slowly exfoliate off over the course of 5-7 days. We recommend using a product like AYA Skincare Skin Soothe to combat any discomfort.

When is the best time of year to get a Halo?

Halo can be done year-round but is better in the fall and winter when it is easier to be sun safe.

How often should I get Halo?

Depending on your skin type and concerns, typically one Halo treatment is enough for glowing results! We recommend one Halo treatment a year to maintain results.

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