Over time, our skin starts to show signs of age caused by influences such as sun exposure, environmental pollutants, an active lifestyle, and genetics. As a result, common skin concerns—like fine lines, wrinkles, dull skin, and areas of unwanted pigmentation—can gradually develop. With the Halo™ hybrid fractional laser treatment, our aesthetician can rejuvenate the skin for a more youthful, revitalized appearance.
- How Does the Halo Laser Work?
- Halo Laser Uses
- Halo Laser Treatment Process
- Halo Laser Side Effects
- Halo Laser Treatment Cost
How Does the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser Work?
The Halo hybrid fractional laser uses dual-wavelength energy to simultaneously achieve the benefits of ablative and non-ablative laser techniques. This innovate laser resurfacing treatment can target both upper and lower layers of the skin, allowing each treatment to be fully customized depending upon the patient’s needs. The prominence of skin imperfections can be diminished while the surface of the skin is renewed.
What Can the Halo Laser Treat?
The Halo offers a wide range of benefits for facial skin as well as the skin of the neck, chest, legs, arms, and hands. Common cosmetic concerns that can be treated with Halo technology include:
- Sun damage
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Uneven skin tone
- Dull or uneven texture
- Enlarged pores
The Halo system can also be used to reduce the prominence of light scars.
What Can I Expect in the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser Treatment?
A topical numbing agent is first applied to the skin to improve your comfort during the procedure. The Halo is designed to target microscopic treatment zones, which can improve accuracy while minimizing downtime. Depending upon your skin concerns, our aesthetician may vary the settings of the laser during treatment to achieve better results. The duration of your treatment will vary according to the size of the target area.
Are There Any Side Effects to Halo Laser Treatment?
Depending upon the depth and scope of your treatment, the recovery and side effects can vary. In some cases, mild swelling may develop, creating the feeling of “tight skin.” Others may notice their skin peeling for approximately two weeks. During your consultation, our aesthetician will tell you what you can expect based upon your customized treatment plan. Overall, the Halo can provide significant benefits, including more comprehensive rejuvenation with less downtime than traditional single-wavelength lasers.
How Much Does Halo Laser Treatment Cost?
Each Halo treatment plan is customized in order to best achieve the individual’s goals, and consequently, there is no fixed cost for treatment. The price of the procedure will take into account the size and location of the target area as well as the total number of treatment sessions recommended by our aesthetician. You will be given a quote for the cost of your custom Halo laser treatment plan at the conclusion of your consultation. Some of our patients choose to take advantage of our financing options, which can provide flexible payment plans with little to no interest. Please speak to a member of our team at Dermlounge to learn more.