Halo Laser in Los Angeles, CAIf you are like most of us, you may see celebrities and wonder how they seem to never age? Or if they do age, how do they do it so gracefully? experts, we’ve uncovered the answer!

The secret for most celebrities lies in successful medical spa treatments to keep them looking their best. One of the most common ways to maintain a youthful glow is with laser treatments. Fortunately, this is not something only reserved for the celebrity elite. If you have been dreaming of looking like your celebrity idols, Rejuva Medical Aesthetics is here to help.

What are Halo Laser Treatments?

The Sciton® Halo laser is the first laser in the world that uses a hybrid fractional laser to improve the appearance of your skin. The process uses ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to smooth your complexion and create an even skin tone.

How Does It Work?

With the Halo laser’s dual-wavelength feature, the laser targets the skin damage that you can and can’t see to trigger a dermal regeneration phase. The secret to its success is the way that the procedure uses quick energy bursts to stimulate deep dermal revitilization with epidermal renewal for a combined synergistic result.

Uncover Beautiful Skin

Halo laser treatments take less than one hour, requires less downtime, fewer required treatments than other lasers, and naturally beautiful results.

Of course, the best way to determine whether Halo Laser Treatments are suited to your needs is to schedule a consultation. At Rejuva Medical Aesthetics, we have assisted countless patients look their best using Halo Laser treatments, and we are prepared to do the same for you.

Ready to get started? Contact us today.

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