As we age, skin imperfections such as wrinkles, fine lines, large pores, and even sunspots start to appear. In most cases, over-the-counter skin products are simply not enough. Halo laser treatments set the standard for laser resurfacing, offering dramatic skin rejuvenation with little discomfort and minimal downtime.
how it works
Target Your Skin Concerns
Halo is a high-end skin resurfacing laser treatment that operates on the principle of hybrid fractional laser (HFL) at two different wavelengths in the same treatment zone, one that targets the older and damaged skin cells of the superficial epidermis, and another wavelength that penetrates heat deep into the skin. Together, the two wavelengths trigger the natural healing mechanisms of your body and stimulate skin regeneration.
The first laser of its kind, Halo’s two separate fractionated lasers achieve complementary results while leaving the surrounding skin intact.
With Halo, experience excellent results with less discomfort and downtime than traditional fractional laser treatments.
Improve skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, large pores, sun damage, rough texture, scars, and hyperpigmentation.
Enjoy visible changes in under two weeks, and progressive collagen building up to six months afterward, with long-lasting to permanent results.
Package pricing is available when purchasing multiple treatments in advance, and when combining different body parts for treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I prepare for my Halo treatment?
Pause use of vitamin A and acid skin care products for a week before treatment and avoid unprotected sun exposure for a month prior.
What should I expect during the treatment?
A topical anesthetic is typically used to numb the treatment area and ensure that you experience minimal discomfort. In addition, cool air will be blown on your skin during the treatment. Oral medication is sometimes also used in combination with the numbing cream to achieve a truly comfortable experience.
How long do results last?
With Halo laser treatment therapy, you will see visible skin improvements after the first week, which progressively improve over the following six months. Patients typically redo treatment every one to two years and progressively build on their results.
What is downtime and aftercare like?
The procedure is minimally invasive, and as a result, you can expect to completely heal within five to seven days. Makeup can be applied within 24 hours of receiving the treatment. About 20% of patients also experience some degree of swelling, which should subside after two to four days.
How many treatments will I need to see results?
One treatment produces very noticeable results and many patients are transformed after two. With repeated Halo treatments, the better the cumulative results will be over time.
What is the difference between BBL, Halo, and Microneedling?
Halo is a powerful resurfacing treatment for improving texture, fine lines, scars, enlarged pores, and for collagen induction, while BBL targets sun damage, redness, acne, and unwanted hair. Microneedling targets fine lines and texture.