How to Quickly and Safely Eliminate Sun or Age Spots on Your Hands

How to Quickly and Safely Eliminate Sun or Age Spots on Your Hands

Do you feel self-conscious about the appearance of sun spots and age spots on your hands? Do you want smoother, clearer-looking skin that will help your hands look as young as you feel?

If that’s the case, you may be a good candidate for the Halo Laser from Sciton. This highly customizable laser minimizes the appearance of dark spots on the hands and face, leaving behind glowing and rejuvenated skin.

Take a look at how it works!

Halo Laser for Age Spots and Sun Spots

The Halo Laser combines the power of ablative wavelengths with non-ablative wavelengths to treat skin as quickly, effectively, and safely as possible. Ablative wavelengths work to gently exfoliate the top layer of the skin, while non-ablative wavelengths create tiny microchannels in the skin. Once these microchannels are created, the body triggers collagen and elastin production to help heal the wounds.

As a result, skin looks younger and firmer, while age spots and sun spots are fully minimized.

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With enough treatments (usually about two to five, depending on the spots), patients can expect to see significant clearance.

How to Maintain Your Results

Once you’ve achieved younger-looking skin on your hands, use this advice to keep age spots and sun spots away from your glowing complexion:

  • Always, always, always wear sunscreen! Sunscreen can be incredibly important for protecting your skin against sun spots and age spots, so slather it on even in the midst of winter.
  • Moisturize the skin on your hands as often as you do your face and neck.
  • Schedule regular skincare treatments for your hands, including Halo Laser sessions when necessary.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about how to treat sun spots and age spots with the Halo laser? Schedule your consultation at Ageless Beauty Center in Okemos, MI today! Simply fill out the contact form on this page or give us a call at (517) 203-5052.

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