Have you heard of the Halo glow? The Clinic for Dermatology & Wellness is proud to bring the acclaimed Halo™ laser skin treatment to Medford, Oregon! With this cutting edge therapy, you can reverse years of sun damage and rebuild collagen and elastin for an intensely revitalized complexion. Halo fractional laser skin resurfacing renews skin from deep within for a wide range of long-term complexion improvements. Your Halo treatment can be personally tailored to your specific skin needs and aesthetic goals.

Call  (541) 200-2777 today or request a consultation online to learn if Halo is the ideal treatment for you!

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Halo can improve:

  • Pore size
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun damage
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Age spots
  • Scars
  • Dullness
  • Rough texture
  • Uneven tone
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A new kind of luxury med spa experience is coming to Medford. At Pure Medspa, you’ll find results-driven and science-backed aesthetic services delivered with the level of dermatology expertise you’ve come to expect from The Clinic. Your robe and slippers will be waiting at our brand-new location in late 2023.

FAQs: Halo laser skin rejuvenation in Medford, Oregon at The Clinic

How does a Halo fractional skin treatment work?

Halo is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser, treating not just the skin’s surface but also the deeper dermis for intense skin rejuvenation and impressive results…without the downtime of similar laser treatments!

Halo treatments use temperature-controlled dual laser technology to simultaneously treat both the outer layers and deeper layers of the dermis, actually rejuvenating your skin from within for intense skin renewal. Halo uniquely targets only a fraction of the skin, leaving a balance of treated and untreated skin to promote faster healing and an overall shorter amount of downtime compared to similar laser treatments.

Some people may benefit from combining their Halo treatment with another laser skin rejuvenation treatment, such as MOXI or ClearSilk.

What happens during Halo laser skin resurfacing?

We will first numb your face and other treatment areas with a topical anesthetic. We will then administer the Halo laser, creating thousands of tiny treatment channels in your skin to spur healing and new collagen growth. Immediately following your Halo, your skin will look bright red and feel intensely sunburned for about one hour. In the following week, redness will fade into a brown patina before revealing a vibrant, intensely refreshed complexion.

Depending on your individual needs and aesthetic goals, we may recommend a series of treatments spaced three to four weeks apart to achieve maximum benefits.

How long does a Halo treatment take?

From beginning to end, including pre- and post-treatment product applications, a Halo treatment typically takes about 90 minutes.

When will I see my Halo results?

This depends on the intensity of your customized Halo treatment, but most patients begin to see results within the first week after treatment. You can expect to see optimal results two to three weeks after your session, with improvements continuing in the months after treatment as your skin produces healthy new collagen.

Results are best maintained with daily at-home skin care and SPF 30 or higher sunscreen. Our experienced team will help identify the ideal products and skin care regimen for you. For some patients, we may recommend a series of treatments spaced three to four weeks apart to achieve maximum benefits.

How much downtime should I expect with Halo?

Because Halo treatments are tailored to each patient, downtime can vary. With a mild Halo treatment, there may be a few days of skin irritation prior to seeing visible results. It’s typically possible to wear light foundation as soon as one day after a mild treatment. Medium or intense Halo treatments can lead to a week or more of skin irritation, as your skin will need more time to naturally renew. We often advise patients to expect at least a few days of social downtime after their Halo treatment.

How do I get started with Halo at The Clinic?

To learn more about Halo and get started, call (541) 200-2777 or request a consultation online today.