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.