Now that summer is over, the days are starting to get shorter and cooler. But the effects that the summer sun had on your skin may still last into the fall months and beyond. All that exposure can really have a negative impact on your exterior, causing many of the unwanted flaws and blemishes you may be experiencing. Fortunately, non-invasive treatments with Halo™ can wipe out those unfortunate reminders of happy times spent enjoying the nice weather to restore healthy, glowing skin.
Spots and Discolorations
One of the tell-tale signs of sun-damaged skin is the spots that can develop from over exposure to harmful ultra violet (UV) radiation. Sunspots, brown spots, freckles, blotches, discolorations, hyperpigmentation—however you describe them, they can all be a result from the sun’s rays.
Wrinkles and Fine Lines
Spots and freckles may be the most common signs of sun damage, but they are far from the only ones that come into play. Too much UV exposure can also lead to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as loose and sagging skin. Pair that with the effects of the aging process and you’ve got double trouble for your appearance.
Uneven Tone and Texture
The heat from the sun can dry out your skin and deplete its natural oils. That can leave your face dull and dehydrated. Unfortunately, your rejuvenating skincare products can only do so much to restore the moisture lost to the sun’s rays. And with a build-up of dead cells and debris that’s causing tone and texture issues, they may not even be effectively penetrating your exterior to provide relief.
Pore size can become an issue as you age—and sun damage can only make the situation worse. The pores on the face are already bigger than the other ones all over your body, and the last thing you want to do is make them any more noticeable. But soaking up too much sun can do just that.
Halo Can Treat Them All!
The good news is that Halo can address all of these concerns in the same treatment. This amazing non-invasive laser treatment safely and accurately revitalizes sun-damaged skin. It’s so effective because it uses two laser wavelengths to repair and refresh your skin. One laser targets the top layer, or epidermis, to reduce pigment and restore a vibrant glow. The second laser goes for the deeper layer, or dermis, to reverse years of damage. That means you can address the spots, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and dull, dry, and rough exterior without having to seek out multiple methods to do so.
One of our favorite things about treating sun-damaged skin with Halo is that we can personalize each treatment to provide the exact level of rejuvenation that you need. Your session will last 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your particular needs and goals. There’s very minimal discomfort during and after the procedure, and to ensure the most comfortable experience possible, a topical numbing cream can be applied to the skin prior to treatment. There’s also little to no downtime with Halo, so reversing years of built-up sun damage won’t take any unnecessary time out of your busy life.