Where are all of the celebrities getting their ‘Red-Carpet Glow’?
The answer is with the hybrid fractional laser called HALO. It uses both ablative and non-ablative technology. This simply means that when the laser ablates the skin, it makes teeny tiny holes into the skin’s surface so that the nonablative laser can heat up the skin. This in turn causes the body to produce collagen and elastin, zapping wrinkles, sun damage, minimizes pore size and overall making your skin baby soft and reflecting light.*
The HALO uses erbium-YAG laser to target wrinkles and resurface the skin.
So why erbium and why not CO2 or fraxel?
The erbium-YAG targets the superficial water-containing tissue in the skin more efficiently than CO2 or fraxel.* It also has less downtime and decreased risk of causing hypopigmentation or prolonged periods of redness.* HALO is so precise in the skin depth and surface area treated, that it ultimately results in faster re-epithelialization (healing of skin) than any other laser!* With less downtime, tunable depth and coverage, halo is the perfect laser to rejuvenate your skin for the holidays.*
Product of the month is the Alpheon epidermal serum to maintain your halo glow all year long!*
I have the stardom glow. Jennifer Lopez
citation : the image above was taken from https://www.instagram.com/chelseahandler/ using a profractional laser treatment with Melissa Montes at honest dermatology in encino, california