It is inevitable—years of aging, sun damage, and environmental elements rob your skin of all its nutrients, leading to fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, pigmented lesions, skin laxity, and other skin problems. However, our personalized Halo therapies use cutting-edge dual-wavelength technologies to wipe away years of accumulated damage from your skin.

What is HALO?

Halo is a cutting-edge and innovative hybrid fractional laser treatment that restores your skin’s youthful vibrance and smoothness. It features a dual-wavelength technology that simultaneously delivers ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to the treatment regions to facilitate healing.

The dual wavelengths remove the damaged epidermis (outer skin) and heat the underlying dermis (inner skin), producing two-fold benefits. It removes surface irregularities from the skin’s surface, such as acne scars, pigmented lesions, sunspots, etc., and it encourages your body to produce more collagen, which, in turn, tightens your skin tissues.

What Can HALO Accomplish?

Most skin rejuvenation treatments address the issues on the epidermis or the dermis. They remove the surface irregularities from your skin or encourage collagen production to tighten the skin tissues. However, Halo uses dual-wavelength technology to address both levels of skin concerns. As such, Halo treatments address the following skin concerns:

  • Excessive skin laxity
  • Sagging skin tissues
  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Enlarged pores
  • Acne scars
  • Textural irregularities
  • Hyperpigmentation

Benefits of HALO

  • Nonsurgical and noninvasive procedure
    No pain or discomfort
  • Simultaneously affects the dermis and epidermis
  • Treats most skin concerns
  • Encourages collagen production
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Results visible within 48 hours
  • No downtime

Are You a Candidate for HALO?

You’re a suitable candidate for a Halo treatment if you have sagging skin, wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars, pigmented lesions, or other signs of aging and skin problems. It’s a completely safe procedure suitable for all skin types and colors, so most people are viable candidates for the treatment.

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HALO Overview

Your cosmetic provider will examine your skin concerns and discuss your goals to curate the ideal treatment plan. The clinicians will apply topical anesthesia to your skin’s surface before the procedure to ensure optimal comfort. During the Halo treatment, the skin care provider will adjust the laser settings according to your skin depth, type, and concerns. After calibrating the laser settings, they’ll pass the device over the treatment regions to deliver the ablative and non-ablative wavelengths into your skin’s surface. You’ll feel a little warm, but there won’t be any pain.

The procedure length varies for each individual, depending on the number of treatment areas and their size. You might notice redness, irritation, and swelling on your skin, but the side effects will dissipate in a few days. You can also get multiple treatments for faster results, but that will cause more post-treatment discomfort. Your skin will start healing and tightening in a few days, giving you smoother, tighter, and more youthful skin.

Schedule a Consultation

If you want to take years of skin damage and age off your skin, please schedule a consultation to discuss your Halo treatment options with our skilled esthetician. Our Halo sessions are finely calibrated according to your unique skin type and concerns to ensure optimal results.

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