Halo is here
Our unrelenting focus on skin quality means we are always on the lookout for the very best new treatments.
Across the country, results and patient-feedback for Halo has been overwhelmingly positive. Halo is the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser. This means it combines the best attributes of ablative and non-ablative fractional lasers.
Ablative treatments go under the skin’s surface and are associated with the most dramatic one-time results, yet they also have the longest downtime. Non-Ablative treatments are far less invasive, have less downtime, and require more visits.
In combining the results and one-time visit associated with ablative procedures with the recovery of a non-ablative treatment, Halo is truly in a class by itself.
Based on many studies and results, Halo benefits include:
- Repair of sun damaged skin and age spots. Skin tone and discoloration due to sun damage and age-spots are significantly improved. Skin is tighter and more even-toned.
- Fewer fine lines and wrinkles. Small lines that accumulate around the mouth, nose and eyes were noticeably reduced.
- Diminished pore size. Large pores were minimized resulting in improved skin smoothness and a toned – more youthful – complexion.
- Overall Improved Complexion As a full-face procedure, the total results are impressive. Smaller pores, less fine lines and age spots and overall smoother skin results in a notable transformation. Your skin just looks more beautiful and youthful – all around.
Addressing skin quality is the key to youthful and naturally beautiful skin!
Even as we continually perfect our skills for “freezing” and filling, we can’t underestimate the effect and value of full-face skin-focused treatments.
We are thrilled to be one of the few doctors on the Front Range offering the Halo procedure.
Please schedule a consult, or at your next visit ask the doctor about the Halo and whether it’s right for you.
Schedule a consultation with Sonata Aesthetics today. Serving Broomfield, Denver, Westminster, Boulder, Arvada, and surrounding areas.